Though Dango already boasts one of the most impressive tactical and EDC wallet catalogs in existence, the Santa Clara company is now expanding its popular range of minimalistic wallets with the A-Series.
The wallets are built around the Adapt dual-axis rail system chassis, which is precision-machined from anodized 6061 aluminum billet. The chassis can hold four cards in a single RFID-blocking pocket on one side, while the flipside packs a slot for a single exposed card for housing driver’s licenses or ID cards, which can be slid back to expose the frame’s internal stash area for storing bills and other small items. Dango’s also produced several covers from its proprietary DTEX material that add additional card storage space, converting the chassis into a single pocket wallet or bifold, while simultaneously altering its outward appearance, albeit without compromising its unmistakably tactical aesthetic. The A-Series collection’s bifold wallet was also designed to accommodate Dango’s aluminum or titanium P01 ballpoint pen (and 48-page mini-notebook) and is sold as a single item by the company at a discounted rate. Starting at $79 for the A10 Adapt wallet and running up to $139 for the A10 Adapt Bifold Pen wallet, the entire Dango A-Series is available now.
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