Gerber Barbill Wallet

Sep 4, 2018

Category: Gear

For 75 years, Gerber has been building reliable and durable outdoor and everyday carry-focused tools and gear. And their dedication to approachability and dependability have made them one of the best go-to brands in the industry. Looks like they’re continuing that trend with a new minimalist addition to their expansive catalog: the Barbill Wallet.

Built upon a skeletonized stainless steel frame, this cash and card carrier is extremely lightweight, but also remarkably tough — perfect for EDC enthusiasts and outdoorsmen alike. It also features a seven-card capacity, kept in check by a durable and flexible elastic band. Best of all, this TSA-friendly wallet also has a built-in bottle opener, so you can crack open a cold beer whenever the mood strikes. Weighing just 1.6 ounces and measuring at 3.5 inches on its longest side, you can stash this wallet in your front pocket for just $20.

Purchase: $20

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