Bellroy All-Conditions Collection

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You take your wallet with you everywhere. And whether you're up against a busy commute zipping through the city, roughing it in the great outdoors, or traveling to far-off destinations, your wallet should be tough enough for the ride. No stranger to quality EDC wallets, Bellroy dropped its newest range of zip pouches to be your single solution for carrying your essentials to new environments.

The Bellroy All Conditions collection includes a compact zip wallet, phone pocket, and general utility pouch, constructed from weather-resistant materials and hardware. Each offering comes with weather-resistant exteriors made from either full-grain veg tan leather or durable woven textiles to protect your valuables. A YKK AquaGuard water-repellent zipper helps seal off contents from the elements and adds an extra layer of security.

On the inside, things get even more interesting. The internal pocket layout differs among the Wallet, Phone Pocket, and Essentials Pocket, optimized to their respective applications. The Wallet has two slots for cash and coins, with enough room for 4-12 cards and something small, like a spare key. The Phone Pocket comes with a microfiber lining to keep your phone screen in good shape and accommodates 2-8 cards, coins, keys, or cash in its two additional pockets. Lastly, the Essentials Pocket's spacious, 5-pocket design offers the most utility. It's versatile enough to use for organizing your general EDC, consolidating travel documents (alongside its included micro travel pen), or for keeping your electronic devices dry.

For a thoughtfully designed carry option that balances durability, security, and minimalism, check out Bellroy's latest on their site at the link below.

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Great job with the weather-resistant materials. And I like the internal pocket layout. It looks very functional.