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Paul Smith/Rapha Credit Card Case
Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses
iPhone
Wichard D-Keypin as keyring
Sinn Flieger 356 on Corvus RAF nylon strap
Field Notes Ravens Wing memo book
Bic Cristal Ballpoint Pen / Black
Opinel Carbone No. 6 pocket knife

Editor’s Note: Beautiful Sinn you got there… I like the simplicity overall, but I feel like you might find it worthwhile to upgrade that Bic to something like a Pilot Hi-Tec-C ballpoint. It’s still simple but many claim it’s better than a Bic (I’d have to agree). Thanks for sharing!

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Rever Vant Clipfold Wallet

You like cash, right? Along with your cards, it can be one of the most-used items in your EDC. So why do minimalist wallets make it so hard for you to keep cash on you? You have to fold, tuck, zip, and jump through a ton of other hoops just to retrieve your money. Rever out of San Jose, CA have had enough. They've made a wallet that changes how you deal with change, so the process is easy, convenient, and you can get right to the good stuff: spending it.

The Vant Clipfold gives you all the benefits of a minimalist wallet. It's slim, has slots for your essential cards, and made from top-grain Nappa leather. Its key feature comes in the form of a 15-degree rigid convenience clip, which pops up when you unfold the Clipfold. With this design, it's easy to lay your 6-8 bills flat, slip it into the wallet, and secure the cash without worry. You don't have to take time to fold or mess around with clips—storing your cash is as easy as opening and closing the wallet.

No need to leave out your EDC cards as well, with 2 quick-access exterior slots and 4 RFID-blocking interior ones. The Nappa leather option on the Vant Clipfold was selected not only for its hand feel, but also for its functional rigidity that makes the convenience clip work.

Love the convenience of minimalist wallets but tired of performing origami with your money? Pick up the Rever Vant Clipfold in your choice of color at the Kickstarter link below.

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