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Dango Custom DTEX Wallets

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Dango Custom DTEX Wallets

Thanks to an extensive catalog covering all your card-carrying needs, Dango wallets have become a staple in many EDCer's pockets. But sometimes you need a piece of gear exactly matching your specifications—or the rest of your carry—while still preferring familiar styles and features. Dango already lets you build custom wallets, but now they offer an even more high-tech option with their newly developed DTEX material. It's a non-leather, highly durable, and water-resistant material that you can use to make the perfect rugged EDC wallet.

The customization process starts with Dango's CNC-machined aluminum chassis as the centerpiece of the wallet, adding structure and rigidity without much weight. From there you can take your pick of the two DTEX pockets, either a single pocket sleeve for a sleeker profile or a 3-pocket bifold to hold more of your essentials. The DTEX material itself is textured and flexible, molding itself to your use similar to leather.

Bringing everything together are the wallet's band and bolts. The former comes in 7 colorways, making it either the most versatile component of the wallet's look, or a way to make the whole thing pop when choosing one of the vibrant colors. The band secures the bifold flap while giving the wallet a better grip, as well as an extra place to slot in some essentials like folded cash. Finally, the hex wallet screws are what locks the entire wallet down. The #1-72 x 1/8 steel bolts come in either black and silver, and a provided hex wrench gives you the option to change up the look of the rest of the wallet's pieces or replace them if needed.

It's hard to find the perfect wallet, but with the ability to build one from the ground up with innovative materials and construction, Dango's customized bifolds come pretty darn close. Start building your own on Dango's site at the link below.

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Discussion (1 total)

Kyle Kreaux ·
Have had one of these wallets for about 2 months now and it's already starting to fall apart from mild normal use. Says its genuine leather but looks and feels fake and definitely does not hold up to what you would expect from leather which is terrible to see because I really like the design of this wallet. I can just already tell that it's not going to last very long and i'll have to go back to my old wallet.