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As simple as possible. Sometimes I add an Embassy Pen. Thanks and keep up the good work on your awesome blog.

Editor’s Note: Hi there, thanks for the kind words and encouragement. I appreciate the “minimal ruggedness” of your carry. Simple, tanky designs seem to be the theme here, as evidenced by the Para 2 and its solid compression lock, a simple leather bifold, a one piece multitool, a single cell twisty light, and so on. It’s hard to see in your photo but good choice with the P7 suspension clip to pocket tuck your keys since you didn’t opt to go the carabiner/gate clip route. I would just suggest to change the split ring on the Mini123, they’re very weak in my experience (lost a light because of it). Good stuff there, thanks for sharing!


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Trayvax Black Element Wallet

An interesting thing happened when we featured the Trayvax Axis a while back—we found that our readers who carry one are exceptionally happy with Trayvax and all their wallets. So when we heard Trayvax made updates to their flagship Element wallet, we had to take a look.

The new Element comes with all the features of the original. Top-grain, oil-tanned leather make up its main enclosure, and secures onto the stainless steel skeleton with mil-spec 550 paracord. The frame now comes in a much-requested black colorway, with a Cerakote finish that improves durability and RFID protection. The Element is sized for EDC at 4.5”x2.8”x0.5”, and designed to carry 3-10 cards and 1-5 folded bills either in your pocket or off a lanyard.

The black version of the Element is made in the USA and comes in Mississippi Mud (dark brown), Tobaco Brown, and Canyon Red leather (pictured above). If you want a rugged wallet that both carries minimally and ages elegantly, pick one up direct from Trayvax at the link below.

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