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We’re pleased to announce the return of the Old Glory Element. This special edition Element wallet features the U.S. Flag branded into top-grain leather. The Old Glory Element was re-released in celebration of Independence Day and is only available for a limited time until July 5th.

This is your opportunity to show your loyalty to this Great Nation. The U.S. flag is a symbol of American courage, sacrifice, valor and unity. And now you can display your pride with the Old Glory Element.

Element wallet bottle opener

The Element leather wallet features top-grain leather that is wrapped around a stainless steel plate. This slim wallet includes a built-in bottle opener, attachment point, and money clip. The Element offers RFID protection and is slim enough to fit into your front pocket for a safe and secure carry.

The Element is sourced and Made in the USA and comes backed by the Trayvax 65-year heirloom warranty. The Old Glory Element is only available until July 5, so act now!

Element leather wallet Independence Day

US Patent No. D775,824 and D806,386


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