Dango Dapper Wallet

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With the number of minimalist wallets on the market, it's the details that make one stand out for everyday carry. A little sleeker, a better use of materials, a bit more rugged but still lightweight. With Dango's Dapper wallet, it's all of these things and more.

Let's get it out of the way: the Dapper looks a lot like its minimalist peers. But where it's similar in appearance, it's unique in its execution. The Dapper uses a single piece of 6061 anodized aluminum for its main compartment, bolstered with an aluminum backplate. CNC machining lets Dango take off as much material as needed to keep the weight down, and lets them add in details like a lanyard hole and much smoother edges. Genuine leather makes up the main compartment, and holds up to 12 cards with a combination of a durable silicone band and mil-spec hex screws.

This combination of smooth metal and top grain leather gives the Dapper strength while remaining a pleasure to touch, which matters a lot for an EDC item you take out and use dozens of times a day. And with its choice of materials and construction you won't have to worry about leather warping out of place or nylon bands losing their grip. Ease of carry every day is a given, too, with the Dapper weighing a little over 2 ounces and maintaining a low profile just over 0.3” thick with 6 cards in tow.

With a fresh take on the usual aesthetic, the Dango Dapper wallet maximizes its traits in a sea of minimum innovation. Pick one up in two colors from Amazon at the link below.

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I'm a proud owner of the Tactical model (same but serrated side onstead of smooth).

Agreed it tajes a moment to get used to, but the back plate is easy to pick so you can slide the cards in and out without much fidgeting.

And, there is always the leather front that holds up to 2 cards for easy access. And all of it is RFID secure.
It looks good, but its tricky/complicated to excess your cards or the tool.