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As many have already heard, we recently had to remove our Link lanyards from the website. We haven’t “killed” the Link, we just need to find a more efficient means of producing it.

Trayvax Keyton Clip

We didn’t want to leave you high and dry, however, so we came up with a really cool alternative, the Keyton Clip. The Clip utilizes the same quick attach carabiner as the Link, but features a top-grain oil-tanned leather strap instead.

This quick attach leather keychain is made in the USA and comes backed by our Lifetime Heirloom Warranty. The Keyton Clip provides a perfect compliment to our Element line of rugged leather wallets.

Get quick access to keys, while streamlining pockets with the Keyton Clip. Now available!



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Joie Gahum
Joie Gahum

September 21, 2017

Like my roadeavour. Nice!

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