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We all know that Nike makes some of the best-looking sneakers around, but who would have guessed that its sneaker-inspired wallets would be possibly even more stylish? Well, maybe anyone Nike-worshipping sneakerhead but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t bear repeating.

There are heaps and heaps and heaps of new wallets by Nike and gosh darn it, I want every single last one of them. It's frankly shocking how good they are.

The leather wallets come in all different models inspired by some of Nike's most popular kicks. There are slick card wallets in fresh pinks and yellows named after the Air Max 90 sneaker, for instance, finished with actual Air Max design details on the back.

And they're all shockingly affordable. Seriously.

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None of the Nike cardholders will run you over $30. Now that's value. Plus, leaves lots of money to actually put into the wallet.

But it gets better.

Nike has also designed a whole host of slick leather accessories, like the wristlets (¥6,600 or about $42) that take cues from the Nike Blazer, with a huge swoosh and a little suede detail reminiscent of the Blazer heel, and the Nike Cortez.

The latter even comes in all the classic Cortez colorways, including Forrest Gump's beloved red, blue, and white

There are other wristlets, too, with little Nike details in primary colors. The most attractive one is an all-white coin purse-type wristlet with red logos up top. And then, of course, there are also cross-body iPhone pouches (¥4,950 or about $30), in Nike red, green, baby blue, and pale, pale pink.

For the price, why not just collect them all?

If matching your Nikes to your t-shirt or hoodie was already the best way to style your kicks, now you have the walletthat just brings it all together. But can you carry the Air Max card wallet while wearing Air Force 1s? Or is that like pairing your Dunk Lows with adidas socks? Knowing sneakerheads, it’s definitely the former. 

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