I tend to use a wallet until it is falling apart. I like to get my money’s worth out of them. Around Christmas I knew the time was quickly coming to find a new wallet, and started looking into thin wallets.
I’ve never quite had the same problem George had, but I’ve tried to keep wallets out of my back pants pockets for years. I don’t even really carry cash with me anymore, just a lot of plastic. I was also thinking if my wallet held less stuff, I’d be forced to carry less.
I don’t exactly remember how I came across Trayvax, but the more I looked into what they do and make, the cooler they were for me.
- American company
- Products made in the USA
- Wallets are RFID resistant
- Lifetime warranty
- Partner with and support veterans
This wallet is made out of solid, tough materials I dig. The design is minimal and slim to carry my plastic cards and a few bills with ease. It’s smaller than my cell phone so it’s not like it crowds my front pockets. The wallet is also modular, allowing you to loosen or tighten the strap to securely fit what you’re carrying. If you’re concerned about the wallet opening up, you can secure it with a carabiner or other similar item.
I think what has struck me most, is all the positive comments I have received from cashiers when I go to pay.
“Is that a wallet?”
“Where’d you get that?”
“That’s so cool!”
I’m not sure why, but cashiers seem to love wallets, beards, and Trejo’s Tacos t-shirts. I’ve also used the Trayvax Axis as a tool of sorts to pry or smash things. So far it’s held up quite well.