NEW PRODUCT – Stainless Steel RFID Blocking Wallet
NEW PRODUCT – Stainless Steel RFID Blocking Wallet. A reinterpretation of the average wallet for men who do not settle for the everyday but delight in the exrta-ordinary. This is Stewart/Stand’s original bill fold design with crossing card slots. We picked one of these up a few years ago and still carry it every day, its incredibly rugged and good looking!
Capacity: 6 credit card slots, 2 extra slots, 1 billfold; Materials: Woven Stainless Steel Cloth, Black Leather; Dimensions: 4.438 x 3.375 x 0.188″
Stewart/Stand stainless steel wallets block unauthorized transmission from RFID enabled credit cards & IDs. Learn more here.
Made with 85%+ post consumer recycled stainless steel.
Normal wear and tear will cause the wallet to take on a natural patina over time.
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