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The Moneywrap | By Daycraft

Do you carry one of those horrible, hopelessly bloated wallets in your pocket? full of expired cards, bus tickets, receipts...Solution? Keep your cash and cards in a small minimal wonder called "The Moneywrap"! No zips, pockets or compartments, just a piece of leather you can close with an elastic band. Small, practical and stylish. Watch the video

Also check out these other cool, minimal wallet options:
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Elliot Wallet
- Draught Goods Leather Wallet
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The Fold Wallet




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RollPro Mini

After the successful RollPro, a portable roll up organizer case for your GoPro gear, Riseful is back with the RollPro Mini, a lighter more compact version. Created to easily organize and carry your GoPro cameras and the mass of accessories that come with it, the RollPro Mini features a roll up design that keeps this organizer super compact and lightweight. Once unrolled, everything is laid out in front of you for full visibility and access. The result is a fat free ...
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AETHER Hooded Cashmere Sweater | Image

AETHER Hooded Cashmere Sweater

AETHER´s Hooded Cashmere Sweater is made from an extremely soft wool-cashmere blend and is the embodiment of style and sophistication. A hidden front zipper, heavyweight knit and fully lined hood make this a great cold-weather staple that works from the office to dinner....
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SKULL BAD BOY

Taking an inherently modern watch and making it a bit retro with the eye-catching H2 Tradition, Swiss watchmakers HYT are back to their usual style with the newly released HYT Skull Bad Boy, an extraordinary and unprecedented creation that breaks all the rules. Constructed with a new material designed to mimic Damascus steel (used in knives and samurai swords) the Skull Bad Boy sees HYT´s designers work to shape the unusually patterned metal into an ominous ...
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