When it comes to crafting EDC gear that’s as robust in design as it is utilitarian in function, Santa Clara-based Dango is all but unmatched — especially in the case of its exhaustive wallet lineup. Never one for complacency, the brand has taken its innovative A-Series offering and revamped it with new materials to ensure that it’s tougher than ever before.
Like the original Adapt wallet, this A10 is based around Dango’s patent-pending quick-release rail mechanism, carrying up to four cards beneath its removable RFID plate and storing IDs and driver’s licenses in a single exterior slot. However, where its predecessor was made from anodized 6061 aluminum, this version is machined from Grade 2 Titanium, an addition that ensures it’s as strong as steel yet also lightweight, naturally corrosion-resistant, and even self-healing. Considering that it offers completely tool-less compatibility with the rest of the Adapt ecosystem — including various backplates, pen and notebook adapters, as well as both single and bifold pockets, this is one wallet that makes for a value proposition that’s too good to pass up. The A10 Adapt Titanium is available now starting at $179, with a variety of configurations to cater it to your particular needs.
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