So you're a gear enthusiast? Us too.
We spend a fair amount of time looking at pocket dump photos and what you folks are carrying around with your wallets. Especially in tagged photos on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. (If you're not already following us on Instagram, what d'you think you're doing? Fix that.) Everyday Carry, too.
So when we discovered TacPack, we knew that we had to figure out a way to join forces. Each month, the TacPack guys send out thousands of boxes with carefully selected gear for you to put to the test in your everyday carry.
Each month, subscribers get three to seven pieces of tactical & EDC gear. The idea behind their box subscription service is to provide people with the chance to try out new gear on a regular basis. Further, they ensure a quality by trying everything out themselves.
Check them out and sign up here!
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RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) blocking refers to products that protect your cards that have RFID tags. Modern-day credit cards, also known as "smart cards," have an RFID chip inside of them to make transactions faster. Who likes waiting in line anyways?
All RFID blocking wallets range in terms of their protection. What determines the RFID protection level is the materials used on the wallet. Steel and aluminum materials will have the highest form of protection against data theft—for example, our Armored Summit Wallet offers a 95% protection rate against data fraud. Our ultra-thin steel wallet can protect up to eight cards at once.