Starting with the original Trayvax wallet, we have spent years exploring new possibilities for wallets and other everyday carry gear. If there is one thing we’ve learned, it’s that one size does not fit all. Our customers have individual needs and lifestyles. Our wallets are designed to be essential everyday carry items, but everyone’s needs are different. Today we are going to look at three of our more specialized wallets and the unique features they have to offer.
We haven't talked about this one for a while, but once air travel picks up again, the Explorer Passport Wallet will be a game changer. Travelling internationally typically adds a few extra essential items to your daily carry. In addition to the usual cash and cards, you end up needing your passport, boarding passes, and maybe even a few different national currencies. These will not fit easily into most wallets—even oversized George Costanza wallets aren’t equipped to hold all these items. The Explorer Passport Wallet is designed specifically for international travel. The sleeve is fit to the exact international standards for passports. On the other side you will find ample space for cards, cash, boarding passes and other important documents. This specialized wallet brings it all together so everything you need is in one slim and refined leather package.
We recently took a close look at the features of the Summit Notebook in another blog post. This time we are going to focus more on how and why this little weatherproof notebook is so useful. The first thing most people notice is that the notebook is very small. When we say pocket sized, we mean it. There are countless options for recording information, but pens and paper still have their place. Smartphones and tablets run out of batteries, and there are many environments and activities that you would not want to bring an $800 iPhone into. But with the Summit Notebook, you always have something reliable to write with under any conditions, and it barely takes up any space.
What if you need to carry something that isn’t flat or foldable? That’s where the Renegade Zipper Wallet comes in handy. Although coins have had a very long history, many people find them to be a hassle in our fast-paced flat-wallet world. Canada even discontinued the penny! But coins don’t look like they will completely disappear anytime soon. Coins are especially useful when traveling. You don’t always have time to download a new parking app or purchase a prepaid transit card. Even if you want to avoid carrying too much change, the Renegade offers flexible capacity for many different small items you might want to keep with you. It does this in a simple, straight-forward package that doesn’t get in the way of your other everyday carry items.
What kind of specialized everyday carry items would you like to see in the future? We are always happy to hear your ideas, feedback, and insights as we continue to develop new products for your everyday carry needs.
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