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Discommon Launches The Wallet 3.0: The Return of the Stitch-Free Card Holder

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Chris Van Hoven
Discommon Launches The Wallet 3.0: The Return of the Stitch-Free Card Holder

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Discommon has recently released the next iteration of its popular stitch-free wallet, aptly named The Wallet 3.0. This release marks the third generation of its thermoformed wallet, first launched in 2016. It features a sleek and minimalist design that can hold up to six cards, three on each side. Prioritizing style and durability, it’s made of top-grain nappa leather and micro-suede interior. It features a new and more complex form that allows a little "flip lip" to assist in opening.

One notable change in The Wallet 3.0 is the removal of the RFID blocker, which was present in the previous generations. According to Discommon, the RFID blocker affected the product's longevity and was “mediocre in its abilities in such a small wallet.”

The Wallet 3.0 is not only a cult item for Discommon but also one of the most requested products by its customers. The brand said that it received a lot of inquiries and feedback about its wallet and took its time refining and improving the design.


At a glance

Purpose: Card holder, Everyday carry
Dimenions: 3.625" x 2.625”
Exterior Fabric: Genuine Nappa leather
Inner Fabric: Microsuede
Capacity: 6 cards
Price: $110.00 (also available as a bundle of three for $270)


The Wallet 3.0 is now available on Discommon's website, and it comes in three different color combinations: Tan and Mango, Black and Oslo, and Gray and Ruby.

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Discussion (2 total)

Mike ·
Very nice, but the removal of the RFID blocker is, for me, a dealbreaker. While data theft via concealable RFID readers isn't a huge risk, it is still a risk and considering that I've already had to deal with ID theft, it's not one I'm willing to take.
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