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Dango Coin Capsule

Until we move to a completely cashless society, we’re unfortunately stuck with cold, hard, currency. Coins especially can be a pain due to their weight and irregular sizes. Carrying them in the pocket is bad enough thanks to the jangle and damage they could cause to other items carried with them, but pulling them out to pay is just as bad as you try and hunt-and-peck your way through a handful. There have been attempts to solve this problem with tools like a coin dispenser, but for Dango, it’s worth taking to the next level. Their new Coin Capsule is an overbuilt coin system that’s designed to do one thing and do it well: make managing coins simple and efficient. It’s a great way to stack, store, and spend your coins while integrating with the rest of your EDC.

The Coin Capsule’s design houses the five unique coin sizes of American currency between two slabs of machined 6061 aerospace-grade aluminum. The “lid” twists into the main body, and comes with three slits that line up with the coin compartments and make them easier to pinch out an exact number when you’re ready to cash out. There’s space for up to $5.44 in change: 16 quarters, 10 dimes, 7 nickels and 9 pennies. The simple design wastes no space and makes the most of its space, compared to all that change loose in your pockets.

Carrying the Coin Capsule is just as simple. You have an option to either clip it to your pants or bag by way of a stainless steel clip, or integrate with the rest of your gear by way of a tether loop hole. And speaking of integrating, you have a choice of satin silver or anodized jet black colorways for the Capsule, letting you match it perfectly with the rest of your EDC.

With its unique and specific design, the made in the USA Dango Coin Capsule addresses a unique American problem with the fit and finish you’ve come to expect from the brand. Change it up by checking it out at Dango’s site at the link below.

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Dango P02 Pioneer Travel Wallet

There’s no denying that traveling is a unique experience. You get to see the world, experience a wealth of food and culture, and even put some of your EDC to good use. But travel comes with its unique challenges, too, especially when it comes to what you keep in your pockets. When you’re managing boarding passes, foreign currency, and travel passes on top of everything else you’re carrying, sometimes a little help goes a long way. Dango’s new P02 Pioneer travel wallet is just the ticket, with its jet set-ready features and the fit and finish Dango is known for. And with some extra functionality that makes it convenient and useful to EDC, the P02 is worth a spot on your next itinerary.

As expected from a robust travel wallet, the P02 isn’t lacking for storage. From currency to cards, passports to keys, and even space for a phone, you’ll have all your travel essentials easily accessible, all with ample RFID protection. There’s a special slot along the wallet’s spine for Dango’s own optional pen, and thanks to a through-hole design you can grab it while the wallet is both open and closed. Speaking of closing, the clasp that holds the P02 closed is actually a compact multi-tool with 5 functions, including a chisel, bottle opener, 1/4“ hex socket, and 2 drivers, so even if you’re not able to travel with your full EDC, you still have tools at your disposal. Rounding out the wallet is an external water-resistant pocket that’s a good spot for small items like loose change or often-used transport cards.

Since the P02 is built for travel, it comes with Dango’s premium DTEX material, a rugged, flexible, and weather-resistant non-leather synthetic textile. The wallet also gives you a few options for carry; you can slip it on its own into a pocket or bag, or carry it like a sling with its included nylon webbing strap. Either way, at 6.6“ x 4.33” the P02 remains as compact as possible for ease of transit, bigger than your usual wallet but smaller than most travel folios.

Whether off on a business trip or exploring the world on your next adventure, the Dango P02 wallet is the travel wallet that can go the extra mile. Pick one up from Dango at the link below.

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Dango M2 Maverick Wallet

When it comes to EDC, durability never goes out of style. Case in point: Dango's newest M2 Maverick wallet. It improves upon the bombproof, CNC-machined aluminum chassis from their flagship vertical wallet with a hand-polished, nickel-plated finish. It not only adds luxe looks and a premium feel, but it also makes this functional pocket bling even tougher thanks to the nickel plating's high hardness. If you're looking to dress up your carry, slim down your pockets, and make a statement all in one go, the Dango M2 is built for the task.

To keep things fast and light, the M2 Maverick sports a single pocket design with three leather variations to choose from: Jet Black, Whiskey Brown, and Raw Leather. The single pocket features an elongated thumb slot in its top grain leather section to more easily slide out your cards. The pocket holds around 4 of your most frequently used cards, while an RFID-blocking cavity on the reverse side ups the total capacity to 10 cards. A sturdy silicone strap holds it all together and keeps cash and overflow in its place. For such a slim wallet, you're not sacrificing much capacity to keep bulk to a minimum.

The standout feature of the M2 lies right at the surface: a premium nickel-plated coating that's polished by hand to a mirror finish. It adds a cool, slick contrast to the leather section's organic feel, all while upping the durability with its enhanced hardness. And while the M2 easily slips into a pocket, it offers many more carry options thanks to four loop holes at the corners of its aluminum chassis. You can use them as attachment points for straps, lanyards, keychains, and tethers depending on where, how, and with what you choose to carry it. For a truly maxed-out setup, you can pair the M2 with Dango's MT04 card-sized multi-tool as a sleek way to cover your bases. Be sure to check out all three variants of Dango's high-end, made-in-USA flagship wallet at the link below.

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Dango M007 Limited Edition Wallet

You don't have to be a secret agent to carry stylish gear with hidden functionality. With the right design and materials, even your wallet can both make a statement and save the day. Dango already engineers their line of wallets to deliver that no-compromise functionality with the durability to match, but their new M007 Limited Edition does it with a striking aesthetic that looks right at home as part of Bond's daily arsenal. Based on their recent vertical M1 wallet silhouette, Dango's M007 is a luxe way to carry cash, cards, ID, and a one-piece multi-tool to round out a classy carry.

Based on Dango's latest and greatest design, the M007 is dressed to kill with a high-contrast mix of durable materials: its machined aluminum chassis features a chem-etched gold anodization, while its hand polished nickel backplate shines up to a mirror finish. It wouldn't be a Dango wallet if there was no substance behind the style, though, which is why the aluminum frame features a vertical orientation and four attachment points for multiple retention and carry options. Combined with the nickel backplate, it forms an RFID-secure card cavity for up to 6 cards.

On the reverse side, a low-profile, top-grain black leather card slot pocket stashes around 2-4 cards, bringing the wallet's total capacity to 8-10 cards. Its elongated thumb slot allows for easy push-to-slide retrieval, making it an ideal location for your most frequently used cards and RFID-enabled credentials. For loose bills, overflow cards, and everything else, a black silicone strap holds it all down.

The M007 wouldn't be mission-ready without a few tricks up its sleeve, which is why it comes equipped with Dango's MT04 one piece multi-tool. Lifting the nickel backplate reveals this high carbon steel emergency tool, packed with over 10 functions. It balances day-to-day tools like a pry tip and bottle opener with emergency functions, including an escape hook, serrated and sharpened edges, and even an oxygen tank wrench.

Whether you're looking to make a statement with your wallet, add a touch of class to your carry, or just want to channel your inner Bond for your next mission, the USA-made M007 wallet might fit the bill. Grab this limited release before it's gone from Dango at the link below.

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Dango M1 Maverick Spec Ops

When tasked with securing your most valuable essentials, an EDC wallet carries with it the pressure of being durable, organized, hard to lose, and easy to use, all at once. Even more so when it's tasked to carry important identification, like a badge. Fortunately, Dango's flagship wallet, the M1 Maverick, can carry that load—literally—thanks to its bomb-proof design and vertical orientation for easier visibility, access, and handling. And with a new badge adapter and neck lanyard, it's ready for every EDC duty.

At the core of the M1 is a vertically-oriented, CNC-machined aluminum frame. It features loop holes at each of the four corners to serve as attachment points for keys, tethers, or lanyards to wear as a badge holder. An internal metal RFID blocking card cavity holds up to 6 cards, held in place by a silicone cash strap. The Spec Ops version seen above is the M1's definitive incarnation. It's built around the same aluminum chassis, but it's coated with a durable Cerakote finish you'd find on some firearms and tactical gear. Instead of leather, it sports Dango's DTEX material: a rugged, flexible and weather-resistant non-leather synthetic textile. This version also comes equipped with Dango's new MT04 tool. It's specially designed for emergency situations, complete with functions like a seat belt cutter, oxygen wrench, serrated and sharpened edges, and more.

The badge adapter and neck lanyard complete the M1's functionality for use as robust identification display. With the combined functionality and toughness of the M1 and MT04, you'd never be able to go back to a regular generic wallet or badge holder. The badge adapter itself is a plastic card you slip into the M1's card slot, and its partner lanyard is an adjustable cobra weave made from 95 paracord and unravels into up to 20 feet of rope for additional utility. Dual metal loop-spring clasps can latch onto the corner points of the M1, or to themselves for a more compact length and carry.

Dango's usual attention to detail in their designs as well as the highest quality fit and finish make the M1 the ultimate wallet or badge in your service. Be sure to check out the M1 wallet in two colors here, the badge adapter and lanyard sold separately at this link, and the Blue Line bundle that includes everything at the link below.

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Dango Modular Watches

When you're at the top of your game, the biggest challenge is figuring out what to do next. It's easy to be stagnant rather than explore uncharted territory, but the thing is, nobody gets anywhere exciting or makes anything interesting by standing still. Now with a long history covering all the essentials in your pockets, Dango has set their sights on their next frontier: robust everyday watches. Built with the same care and attention to detail that are the hallmarks of their popular wallets and accessories, this new line is definitely worth your time.

In the spirit of covering your every adventure, the Dango Watches line comes in three models to match your everyday activities: Trek, Dive, and Chrono. All three watches feature a strong 45mm wrist presence built with 316L stainless steel and sapphire glass, protecting a beating heart in the form of a Swiss Ronda quartz movement.

The TK-01 Trek Watch's design takes its cues from the EDC-favorite field or officer's watch, but with materials turned up to 11. Its face features the style's signature dual 12- and 24-hour dials, with luminescent markings, polished silver indices for the outer dial, and a high-visibility second hand as key eye catches. No expense was spared for its strap, either. It features Dango's new patented interchangeable lugs (with quick-release spring bars) and offered in a luxurious Horween leather strap or nylon NATO style. Last but not least, a 50-meter water resistance and 45-month battery life round out the TK-01's complications.

The dive watch is arguably the most emblematic of EDC—a rock-solid watch with bold features and reliable performance on land or at sea. The DV-01 ticks all the boxes for this iconic style, with a few more thoughtful features added to the mix. Out of the collection, the DV-01 has a hardier 200-meter water resistance you would expect from a dive watch. Large luminescent markers light up its dial, with a date window at the 3 o'clock position and hi-vis yellow ends for its three hands. Finally, a notched, uni-directional rotating bezel rounds out the DV-01's case features. For its strap you have an option for either a metal bracelet or ventilated silicone sport band, both featuring Dango's interchangeable lugs.

Last but not least is the CR-01, Dango's chronograph offering. As expected from a watch in this style, its movement comes with more complications along with the most detailed case of the line. Three subdials are front and center with 30-second, 60-second, and 10-hour hands used for tachymeter and stopwatch complications, paired with a date window at the 3 o'clock position. Both the inner dial edge and bezel feature scale markings, with red accents on key indices and on the watch's main hands, as well as a bright red side button. For its straps the CR-01 comes with the interchange lugs and quick-release spring bars as the other watches, in a leather strap or metal bracelet option. Its clasp comes with a patented micro-adjustment buckle, allowing you to have the perfect fit every time without having to add or subtract links from the bracelet itself.

It's time to step up your watch game with Dango's new timepiece collection, built for any everyday carry and activity. All three watches are currently being launched on Kickstarter at special introductory prices, so be sure to check out the campaign at the link below.

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Dango Blue Line Tactical Wallets

Blue is the calm, soothing color of the sky, a color that invokes stability and trust. It's the perfect color for a wallet you rely on every day, and especially apt for Dango's long line of popular EDC wallets. Cementing that reliability is their new Blue Line series, which takes their most popular models and gives them the toughest coating available. Not only does it increase their durability even more, but it also gives the wallets fresh new looks while keeping their utility-driven design.

The key to Dango's new hue is Cerakote coating. It's a ceramic-based finish that gives exceptional protection to applied surfaces, and it's particularly helpful for gear that gets a lot of wear and tear (like your wallet) thanks to its scratch- and abrasion-resisting properties. Leading the Blue Line are two of Dango's latest and greatest models, the T01 Tactical and their newer M1 Maverick.

The T01 uses Dango's DTEX fabric, a non-leather, highly durable, and water-resistant material, available in one- or two-pocket configurations. Whichever DTEX pocket option you choose, it's paired with a CNC'd aluminum chassis for structure and RFID-shielding. The metal components are then finished with Cerakote coating. Rounding out the T01's tactical utility is the included MT02 multi-tool, which packs 14 different functions into the size of a credit card.

Dango's newer M1 offers a vertically-oriented CNC-machined aluminum chassis, toughened up with a layer of Cerakote. The chassis features loop holes at each of the four corners to serve as attachment points for keys, tethers, or lanyards to wear as a badge holder. An internal metal RFID blocking card cavity holds up to 6 cards, held in place by a silicone cash strap. The Blue Line M1 also comes in DTEX in either single-pocket or bifold configurations: the single pocket holds up to 8-10 cards total, while the bifold section adds 3 more card pockets to accommodate 14-16 cards total.

Whether you're after a fresh colorway for your wallet or need the extra resistance for hard use, Dango and Cerakote literally have your wallet covered. Check out the entire Blue Line at Dango's site at the link below.

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Dango M1 Maverick Collection

When tasked with securing your most valuable essentials, an EDC wallet faces the pressure to be durable, organized, hard to lose, and easy to use, all at once. Dango's new flagship wallet, the M1 Maverick, performs this difficult balancing act as one of their best wallets yet. It improves upon the bomb-proof aluminum chassis of their foundational T01 and D01 wallets while adopting a vertical orientation as on their recent S1 wallet for easier access and handling. The different feature-packed configurations in the new M1 line-up offer solutions for any EDCer, from the refined minimalist to the tactical prepper.

At the core of the M1 is a new, vertically-oriented CNC-machined aluminum chassis. This time around, it features loop holes at each of the four corners to serve as attachment points for keys, tethers, or lanyards to wear as a badge holder. An internal metal RFID blocking card cavity holds up to 6 cards, held in place by a silicone cash strap.
You can configure both the material choice and the number of pockets on the exterior wrap to complete the wallet. For a more classic look and familiar feel in hand, you can opt for Dango's top grain leather section. 

These leather exteriors come in both single pocket and bifold configurations: the single pocket holds up to 8-10 cards total, while the bifold section adds 3 more card pockets to accommodate 14-16 cards total. The single pocket is the more minimal of the two, with an elongated thumb cutout to easily slide cards out. The bifold flips out clamshell style for quick access to the internal pockets, which have angles and cutouts for easy retrieval as well. The bifold portion also adds a small loop section for storing a small house key or similarly sized object.

For those of you looking for a more feature-packed wallet, Dango developed a Spec Ops version of the M1 range as well. It's built around the same chassis, but it's coated with a durable Cerakote finish you'd find on some firearms and tactical gear. Instead of leather, it sports Dango's newly developed DTEX material: a rugged, flexible and weather-resistant non-leather synthetic textile. Materials aside, the M1 Spec Ops versions come equipped with Dango's new MT04 tool. It's specially designed for emergency situations, complete with functions like a seat belt cutter, oxygen wrench, serrated and sharpened edges, and more. The bifold variant of the Spec Ops M1 includes yet another tool, the MT01. This compact tool adds an additional 5 functions, including flat and Philips head drivers, and slots into the external loop of the bifold section as an additional security measure to keep the wallet closed.

Each configuration of the M1 wallet features Dango's usual attention to detail in their designs, with cutouts, angles, and touchpoints to make using the wallet and retrieving your cards easier. Be sure to check out the collection in full detail at the link below to get a closer look at all the wallets' specs and features. 

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Dango D01 Bifold Slate Grey Edition

If you’re tired of your bulky bifold wallet, there are plenty of thin cardholders you can get to slim down your pockets. The problem is they usually require you to leave a few cards at home or give up carrying cash all together. That’s where Dango's best-selling D01 Dapper Bifold comes in. It stays thin, light, and strong thanks to its aluminum frame while offering tons of storage with its bifold section made of genuine leather. And now available in a cool Slate Grey Special Edition color, the D01 Bifold carries everything you need and looks good doing it.

Holding the Dango D01 Bifold together is the CNC-machined aluminum frame that weighs in at only around 2 ounces. It’s light enough that it won’t weigh you down but tough enough that it doubles as a bottle opener so you can enjoy a cold one after a long day. The entire aluminum chassis is then wrapped in leather, giving you 3 pockets that can hold up to 4 cards per pocket for a total of 12 cards. The bifold pocket section is made from an exclusive Raw Hide leather with contrast red stitching that's only available on this special edition colorway. You’ll also get a quick access pocket on the outside for your most used cards or ID, and then two more pockets along the inside for cards that you don’t use often but still don’t want to be without.

If you tend to carry cash the Dango D01 Bifold has you covered there too. It comes with a textured silicone band for strapping folded bills down until you need them. As it is, the D01 Bifold is a thin, minimal wallet for people who want to slim down their pockets but can't deal with a thin cardholder. But if you can spare a bit of pocket space and weight for a ton of added utility, it's also compatible with Dango's card-sized multi-tools like the MT02 and brand new MT03. The MT02 adds 14 other tools to your EDC including a box cutter, flathead, and can opener just to name a few, while the MT03 covers bases with specialized functions like a comb, camping fork, and money clip.

The Slate Grey special edition D01 Bifold has all the features you look for in a wallet and then some, and now has a slick minimal grey look to it too. Plus, it's handcrafted in the USA and built to last. If you or someone you know suffers from a bulky wallet, click the link below and check out the Dango D01 Bifold.

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Dango S1 Stealth Wallet and MT03 Multi-tool

From bombproof EDC wallets to feature-packed multi-tools, Dango has your pocket essentials on lock. While many of their products lean towards the ultra-durable, tactical end of the spectrum, their latest releases come as some of their most minimalist designs yet. The all-new S1 Stealth wallet sports a slim cardholder silhouette, while the MT03 multi-tool crams over 15 functions into a credit-card sized form factor. They're specially designed to be carried together, resulting in a modular, multi-functional front pocket EDC that doesn't compromise on durability and features.

The S1 Stealth wallet is an extremely slim yet rugged option thanks to its use of DTEX material. Developed by Dango, it's a non-leather, highly durable, and water-resistant fabric that's a high-tech alternative to using leather. The S1 comes with 4 pockets that can hold up to 6 cards, and also includes a single key pocket on one side for emergencies. A D-ring on a nylon loop also expands the S1's utility and EDC potential, letting you attach a keychain or tether it to your gear as needed.

While limiting the number of cards carried is ideal for the S1 to maintain its small footprint, sometimes you need a bit more space for a few extra bills. This is where Dango's new MT03 multi-tool comes in. At it's core it's a modular money clip, able to change the orientation of its clip from vertical to horizontal, or removed completely to serve as a portable spork. Its base is no simple slab of stainless steel, either. The MT03's card component features over 15 functions, including a comb, drivers, bottle opener, phone stand, and more, all while designed to slip into the S1 and other Dango wallets seamlessly. With the addition of the money clip on the MT03, you can use it standalone as a money clip or as a slim tool clipped to your pocket.

Whether bolstering the utility of your current Dango wallet with the new MT03 multi-tool or slimming down your essentials with the S1 Stealth, Dango is always in pursuit of the perfect wallet for your EDC. Check out the new products over on Dango's site at the link below.

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Dango Loop Hook and Wall Mount System

Just like how suspension hooks for your keys keep them within reach and within sight, Dango's Utility Hook system is a useful companion for larger essentials like your bag, headphones, or jacket. After all, even if your gear is as tough as nails, a little extra protection from getting toppled and knocked around on the ground won't hurt, especially when you're hauling around expensive essentials. The Dango Loop Hook is a machined aluminum tool that counterbalances your gear off the side of a table, counter, or other flat surface for a hands-free way to keep your gear in place while you're on the move. For something so seemingly simple in its function, it's executed with thoughtful details that set it apart from ordinary hardware.

The Hook's top hook has a non-slip grip strip that keeps your bag firmly anchored to a surface. Instead of bent metal, the Hook is fully CNC-machined from lightweight aircraft grade aluminum for added strength and rigidity. There’s a hole in one end so you can mount it on a keychain, and its outer edge has a built-in cap lifter for popping open a cold one at the end of a long day of commuting. You can opt to keep the Hook on your bag via the machined strap slot too, making it even handier.

The Wall Mount is an an additional accessory that you can purchase along with the Loop Hook that effectively turns it into a 2-hook hanging system. The built-in cap lifter latches on to the mount, functioning as a standard wall hook for your jacket, bag, and more, decluttering your home or office without taking up a lot of extra space.

While good EDC gear should be able to take a lick or two, the Dango Hook helps prolong the life of your gear by removing the unnecessary wear and tear of plopping your bag on the ground. They make all of their goods in the USA from premium, EDC-ready materials. You can pick up the Loop Hook and Wall Mount in a variety of finishes and materials at the link below.

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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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Dango Belt and Jet Black Buckle

You may not realize it, but your belt could play a more important role in your EDC than you think. Besides just holding up your pants and all the gear you carry in them, it also serves as a platform for new carry options. Even if you're not gearing up with sheaths, pouches, or holsters on your belt, the Dango Belt adds discreet storage with a stash capsule built right into the buckle. Their latest belt buckle is stealthier than ever in a new Jet Black anodized aluminum color that pairs perfectly with their black belt strap to add style and function to your everyday clothing.

The Dango Belt is designed first and foremost to be a sturdy belt, built tough to never let you or your pants down. Two main pieces comprise the belt: a belt strap made in the USA by hand from black Italian veg-tan leather and a fully machined 7-piece buckle now available in a new Jet Black anodized aluminum.

The buckle itself is removable, meaning you can swap out for a different color (particularly the new black buckle) or to alternate straps in your choice of Jet Black or Whiskey Brown to fit your daily ensemble. The buckle also holds a capsule that integrates into its frame. With a 0.3" inner diameter and 1.9" internal height, it's a discreet part of the belt's design while giving you a space to hold small essentials such as pills, matches, or a secret stash for cash. If you need even more utility, you can pick up a separate belt fob in the strap's colors to serve as a latch point for your keys and more.

The Dango Belt is an uncompromising accessory that looks good and performs even better for EDC. You can configure a stealthy black-on-black look by pairing their black belt strap and their new black buckle from their shop at the link below.

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