Apex Aluminum Wallet

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Our friends at MSTRMND Collective are no strangers when it comes to well designed wallets. They hit the ground running with their Simplistic wallet, and haven’t looked back since. Now Justin Heister and Jonah King look to hit another home run with their Apex wallet.

While most minimalist wallets are crafted from leather, the designers opted for something a bit different with Apex. The wallet is constructed from RFID resistant anodized aluminum, and is available in your choice of three different colors including black, silver and gold. All 3 options feature the brand’s easy-slide ergonomic thumb slot, which alleviates the hassle of pulling your cards in and out of your wallet to make quick purchases. Simply slide the card forward with your thumb and swipe – it doesn’t get any easier. Each wallet is also outfitted with an elastic band to hold all of your cash and cards. [Purchase]

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