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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by gwalchmai, Apr 2, 2012.
Fess up. Anything else?
No, I like good music and I'm not 14.
I have one. I just use the wallet part now though. Can't remember what I did with the chain. I took it off because I didn't want it scratching up the saddle bags on my bike.
Not for 15 years when I was a punk kid, lol. Well, actually I had a travel wallet I took backpacking thru Europe for a month that had a somewhat thing black chain that I'd just tuck into the pocket with the wallet. Much more difficult to pickpocket out the wallet if it is chained on either walking around or in your sleep in the hostels. Haven't used it since though.
Dont own a wallet period.....money clip/credit card holder for me.
sadly, i wore one when i rode a lot. sick of searching the shoulder of the highway looking for my wallet.
then i realized i looked like a d bag so i just zipped it up in the zipper pocket of my jacket.
I've still got mine from when I was a route salesman back in the early 70's.
I wear one occasionally and It can help you CC if you do it right.
Chain drive wallets and Harley Davidsons, I feel a mid-life crisis coming on.
One of the best things I ever bought, no one can pick my pocket and I can't lose my wallet. Only downside is the metal detectors at airports
I owned a couple back when I was younger and rode motorcycles.We made our own before they started selling them locally.Took a billfold,punched a grommet into it ,added a dog choke collar and clip.Gave up riding twenty five years ago or more.Same with the chain-drive wallet.tom.
I've used a "chain" wallet on and off for many years.
Several years ago I thought I had lost my wallet (for two days)
After that, I started using my chain wallet again and I'm almost to the point now that I need to buy a new wallet.
This time, I'll look for the smaller version but I will not do without a chain ever again.
No...no Harley either.
I've given up on chain wallets and only use local wallets.
i still own one but i haven't worn it in years. mine had nothing to do with riding motorcycles it was more about peace of mind while working large venues like the rodeo, concerts, and other crowded places.
Yup, not the huge trucker kind, but a smaller one that fits entirely in my back pocket. Started 35 years ago when I get my first bike, and it just don't seem right not to have a chain.
I owned a bicycle chain once