Recycled Skateboard Wallet

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Retail skateboard shops become a burial ground for old thrashed decks. Many shops discard the waste, but at the Lynchburg, Virginia-based Scene3 they give these old boards new life as part of your everyday carry with these recycled skateboard wallets.

Each and every card holder is made by hand at Scene3’s shop, using leftover grip tape scraps to smooth the wood down to a nice finish. Once sanded down, the crew then applies a clear enamel that not only protects the wood, but also helps bring out the colors. Once the base of the card holder is complete, a recycled bicycle tube measuring one inch wide is used to hold your cards and cash in place. The brand sells each wallet with multiple tubes (just in case), and each tube provides enough flexibility to hold one or ten of your cards. [Purchase]

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