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Magpul DAKA Bifold Wallet

For most people, a fat wallet is a great thing to have. But as EDCers, we want our wallets slim by design, not because they're empty. While many minimalist wallets trim down the bulk by limiting how much cash you can carry, Magpul's newest DAKA Bifold wallet doesn't compromise capacity for pocket friendliness. Thanks to its high-performance technical fabrics and innovative construction methods, it carries your IDs, cards, and cash in a familiar silhouette that's much slimmer than the rest.

As the newest member of the DAKA family, the Bifold wallet features the same reinforced polymer materials as the rest of Magpul's popular soft goods. The DAKA fabric boasts a slip-resistant tactile texture and excellent water resistance for that go-anywhere durability. The material itself is thin and light, but RF-welded seams reduce bulk further while adding durability and water resistance. The combination of materials and no-stitch construction allows for a truly low-profile wallet without added thickness from unnecessary material overlapping and stitched seams.

The wallet opens to reveal a single pocket on each side of the interior with an additional slit cut out to form 4 dedicated card slots. The cascaded placement of slots allows for easy visual ID, while the side-loading orientation keeps cards from falling out. Best of all, a full-length dedicated billfold section accommodates shorter currency without needing to fold your change to fit it into such a slim wallet. Last but not least, rounded corners keep it comfortable to carry and easy to slip into your pocket. With its slim silhouette and 4.215" x 3.05" dimensions when closed, it minimizes printing so nobody can see where you're keeping your wallet.

For a slim and durable wallet that can conveniently carry cash, check out the DAKA Bifold at the link below.

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Kershaw Seguin

Sometimes you can take one look at a knife and know it can do some serious work. We're talking about the kind of knife that looks like it can do more than cut open the occasional package in the mail (or for some of us, much more than occasional…). Something with enough heft to get big jobs done, but still entirely pocketable to be your daily driver. The new Kershaw Seguin is one of those knives. This Les George collaboration sports a beefy design with a versatile blade to boot, featuring the kind of ergonomics that make even the toughest tasks feel a bit easier.

The solid build of the Seguin (that's pronounced Seh-geen, by the way) starts with its full-sized 4.25” stainless steel handle. Its length, mixed with the ergonomic contours, lets you get a firm grasp for full control over your work. And unlike most knives that have metal handles, the Seguin enjoys an aggressive machine-etched texturing on the top, bottom, and sides of the blade that make this knife easy to grasp even when things get slippery. The business end of the knife is impressive as well, with a modified clip-point shape making the Seguin reminiscent of a pocket folding Bowie knife. Fitting, since the namesake of the Seguin was a hero of the Texas Revolution.

The 3.1” 8Cr13MoV blade has everything you need, from a solid point for piercing, a curved belly extending to the tip for slicing, and a straight edge for rope and other utility tasks. To match the stainless aesthetic of the handle, the blade is treated with a PVD coating, which also increases its hardiness against the corrosive elements. The large index flipper tab and SpeedSafe assist makes opening the blade an easy one-handed motion. There's added jimping on the index flipper for control that doubles as a finger guard in the open position. And because there's a frame lock in a handle, you can be certain the blade won't close up on you accidentally while you work.

Once you're done with the Kershaw Seguin, close it up and let it disappear into your pockets with the single-position deep-carry tip, a welcome addition to a pocketknife of this size. With how versatile it is, you'll appreciate the build quality as you'll find yourself using it again and again as part of your everyday carry. Pick one up at the link below.

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This is a sponsored post presented by Kershaw.

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