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Sergeant Fire Hose Wallet

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Jun 2, 2016

Category: Gear

Wallets are important. They hold our valuables, they keep our things in order, and they represent us in some not-so-small ways. For some, a hefty tri-fold leather wallet with a dozen different pouches and pockets is a cumbersome necessity. For others who want something slimmer and more minimalist, but with unmatched grit, there’s the Decommissioned Fire Hose Wallet by Recycled Fire Fighter.

Made from actual decommissioned polyester fire hose, lined with 1″ Mil-Spec binding, and sewn with T-90 nylon thread, this American-made wallet is as tough as they come. With the capacity to hold 4-8 cards–depending on the size and shape–the slim, no-nonsense design can take whatever punishment you can dish out. And they look the part, too. Each wallet retails for $29. [Purchase]

Decommissioned Fire Hose Wallet by Recycled Firefighter 1

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