Whether or not you are into skinny jeans/pants or not, you will appreciate the compactness minimalist wallets brought about. I am not going to lie; I did not until a few years ago when I started with Stitch & Locke. I was hooked, not just to the S&L’s, but minimal wallet as a whole. It makes one think: why the hell do we still have regular wallets? Anyways, if you haven’t gotten into the minimal wallet thing, I think the Micro Wallet by Paperwallet is a good place to start.

When empty, it has a profile that’s only a tad thicker than a standard credit card (or 1.3 mm, to be exact) and while so, it remains functional and super durable. Despite the thinness, the Micro Wallet’s two card slots and two side pockets can swallow up to 8 cards, plus there is cash compartment for some bills too. Furthermore, it also touts integrated RFID protection that will keep your cards from being electronically stolen.

Rounding up the package is an artistic flair, made possible by an amazing selection of artwork from around the world. So, yeah. Not only you will be getting a cool wallet, you’d be putting great art in your pocket too. Plus, the featured artists will benefit from the sale of the wallets too. I’d say that’s a win-win. Micro Wallet is crafted from Tyvek, the space age material that is sometime used to make envelopes, making it durable enough to stand up to the rigors of a wallet. It is waterproof but remains breathable, and more importantly, it is totally eco-friendly.

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With so much to offer, it is no surprise the Micro Wallet was more than 2,000 percent funded when it was on Kickstarter and if you missed it, you’d be glad to know that it is now available to pre-order on Indiegogo InDemand. For a modest 20 bucks, you will secure yourself one for September delivery. You can take advantage of significant savings by buying more, but we shall leave it to you to explore the perks Paperwallet has to offer on Indiegogo. In the meantime, you can learn more in the product video after the break.

All images courtesy of Paperwallet.

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Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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