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Introducing our newest wallet, the OG 2.0. We didn’t make the OG 2.0 to be an innocent bystander while your other gear gets to live out a lifetime of adventure. We made it to stay right by your side as you push through the seemingly impossible, discover things you never knew existed, and strengthen your bonds with friends new and old.
When we first launched the Original wallet back in 2013 on Kickstarter, our goal was to create a wallet that wasn’t just durable enough to be passed on to the next generation, but to create a wallet that wasworthy of being passed on.
That’s why the OG 2.0, and every Trayvax product, is made in the USA and comes with a 65-year heirloom warranty. Because this is just the beginning of the story, and now you have at least 65 years to come up with the middle and the end.
The OG 2.0 is now available on Kickstarter. This project ends on November 5, 2018 and orders begin shipping before Black Friday for the holiday season. The first 300 backers of this Kickstarter project will receive the newly upgraded OG 2.0 for $15.
"It’s not a conventional wallet." We say this a lot, but what does it mean? What is a conventional wallet? Over the centuries, currency itself has changed dramatically, and the wallet has changed with it. As more people move away from carrying large amounts of paper money, minimalist wallets like the ones we make at Trayvax are gaining popularity. It’s not the first historical shift for the wallet.
The Summit Notebook Bundle is the result of a collaboration with two other great companies that build their products in the USA: Rite in the Rain, and Fisher Space Pen. To really highlight all the functionality that fits into this small package, we’re going to look at each part of the bundle in detail.
Far too many manufacturers try to maximize their profits by making disposable products, unreliable products, or products that are designed to be replaced. This is known as planned obsolescence. At Trayvax, we take the opposite approach; you might call it “planned longevity.”