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SlimFold MICRO Soft Shell Wallet

Mikey Bautista
SlimFold MICRO Soft Shell Wallet

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A high-performance, high-density, synthetic weave sounds like the perfect material for a wallet, one of your most-used everyday items. If it can withstand crash tests designed for motorcycle wear, then holding up to regular cash and card retrieval should ensure a long life of performance. SlimFold's MICRO Soft Shell wallet is based on an integrated card slot design made popular by the original Tyvek wallet, but instead uses this technically superior material. The MICRO can hold up to 12 cards, with a sizable 8.125” main compartment that can hold most currencies without folding. At 0.5mm thick, the material hardly takes up any room while still maintaining exceptional resilience from water and stains, and can even be machine washed. This is as thin as it gets, so check out the MICRO at the link below to add this tiny tech marvel to your EDC.


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Jeremy Monkhouse ·
I've had one for about 1 year and it is great. I had the Tyvek before, and loved it, but love this more!
Jeremy Monkhouse ·
Just about 2 years of every day use now, including several months of travelling. Very little wear and tear. Love it.
Brian ·
I just got one for Valentine's Day from wife. I had been looking at this one and a similarly styled one from Flowfold. I have the black and red one. It feels sort of like a nylon wallet but it also feels much tougher and more durable. Currently when you have a bunch of bills in it, it wont stay completely closed when sitting on the table and It will stay partially open. Maybe it will change as it gets used and broken in. The 2 pockets inside the bill compartment can be a little awkward to get into at first, but is fine as long as you keep seldom used cards in there such as a medical insurance card, emergency credit card, etc. Yes. it's a little bit on the pricey side but it's designed to last too. As they say, you get what you pay for.
Bard ·
Got mine yesterday. It looks and feels great. I like the fact that it's waterproof, so it'll probably fare better in my pocket than my Tyvek wallets.
Chris ·
Looks cool, this is probably what I'd go for if I ever went back to a bifold. I like my Loft of Cambie too much though.
Ripley A ·
Great wallet
Tom Bowers ·
Very nice looking, a little on the pricey side but looks to be a very nice.
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