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The 10 Best Money Clips That'll Let You Ditch Your Bulky Wallet

For carrying around cash, there's nothing better.
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Carrying around cash can be a real pain. It fattens up a small wallet, making it harder to slip into your back pocket (plus, that placement leaves your bills less accessible). If you're one of those guys who prefers cash to cards, consider investing in a money clip. They're the most functional way to keep a few bills organized in your pocket, bag, or car. Plus, it gives your beat-up wallet a little rest. Here are 10 of the best.

Craighill Square Money Clip 

For clip newbies, start small. This Craighill one is under $50 and does the job with style.

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Minimalux Sterling Silver Money Clip

For something sleek, consider a low-key sterling silver option. 

Mulberry Leather Money Clip

Though many clips are metal, there are other options. Leather is a cool take. 

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Paul Smith Money Clip

For accessories that are professional but don't lack personality, Paul Smith always does it right. 

Saint Laurent ID Money Clip 

You can always count on Saint Laurent to make anything edgy, money clips included.

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Montblanc Stainless Steel Money Clip

Montblanc's stainless steel money clip is virtually indestructible. We like this one for traveling; it can take a beating.

Dunhill Engraved Sterling Silver Money Clip

Dunhill's engraved clip looks like something an old-school Englishman would use—in the best way possible.

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Berluti Leather and Silver-Tone Money Clip

Not sold on solid metal or leather? Try one that has a little of both.

Kingsman + Deakin & Francis Rose Gold-Plated Money Clip

Men's accessories don't often lean into rose gold, but they should. It's the perfect neutral color that still feels fresh.

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Tom Ford 18-Karat Gold Money Clip

And, if you have more money than you can count, go for a very extra 18-karat gold Tom Ford pick. That's what all that cash is for, right?

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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