DPTR Clamshell Wallet

Jul 3, 2016

Category: Gear

While smartphones are back to getting bigger, wallets are sizing down. And seeing that various studies suggest that having a thick wallet in your back pocket while you’re at a desk all day isn’t great for your back, we’re definitely okay with slimming down our pockets. DPTR (Departure Clothing) has a new Clamshell Wallet that takes minimalist wallets to the next level.

It’s hand-crafted from a single piece of Horween leather and uses a braided elastic waistband to keep everything nice and tidy. It contains only the essentials necessary to keep your cards and cash from slipping out. There aren’t any hidden pockets, zippers, holders or anything else you might find in a regular wallet — only the basics. It’s available now for $50 in your choice of grey, black or brown. [Purchase]

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