Magpul DAKA Everyday Wallet

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It might be tempting to strive for minimalism as a goal in and of itself, but the reality is every EDCer has a different idea of the bare minimum. So when picking out a minimalist wallet, you might appreciate a more balanced approach that doesn't feel too barebones. Magpul's most recent addition to their excellent lineup of EDC wallets keeps things slim but adds a bit more space and functionality than their other offerings. The DAKA Everyday Wallet not only handles your essential cards, but it also accommodates folded cash and makes flashing your credentials a breeze.

As part of the DAKA lineup, the Everyday Wallet features the same reinforced technical polymer fabric you've come to expect from Magpul. The material itself boasts both a water-resistant exterior and anti-slip texture to carry through rain or shine, while RF welded seams cut down on bulk without sacrificing durability.

Measuring in at 4.2” x 2.84”, the wallet is 10% larger than the earlier DAKA Essentials Wallet. With that extra bit of clearance, Magpul added a center compartment for once-folded bills and an ID pocket with a rugged, frosted window on the exterior. They're welcome additions for those of you who encounter cash more often or need to show ID frequently. Two card slots hold anywhere between additional 3-7 cards, giving you ample capacity in a relatively compact form factor.

For an EDC wallet that's still slim but gives you a little more room to work with, the DAKA Everyday makes for a solid option. Grab one in your choice of black, flat dark earth, OD green, or stealth gray from Magpul at the link below.

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So this wallet cannot be shipped out of the United States for fear of enemies of the united states gaining tactical information from a wallet that can be bought by any and all Amercian residents? shame cause i think the wallet is pretty cool
Has anyone used this wallet? Is it sturdy?
I don't have this particular model, but I've had the Daka Essentials wallet for about a year now and it's held up really well. None of the compartments are too loose, material hasn't picked up any sort of discoloration. Looking at the seams, I see loose bits of fabric, but that's actually where the corner's been rubbing on the inside of my jeans and the fabric is just from my jeans, not the wallet. I'd say there's been literally zero wear, despite keeping it in the same pocket as my keys. I'm a university student so I've had some heavy use for my wallet as well, storing cards or pulling out cash. I wouldn't hesitate to say that this will last for several years, surprising for the price.