Bellroy’s Sleeve product line is a colorful assortment of well-made wallets with thoughtful designs and feature layouts. Both wallets are modern takes on the traditional bi-fold design. It’s surprising how thin these wallets stay no matter how many cards, bills, and coins are held inside.
The Armored Summit is a fine wallet. It definitely geared toward minimalists out there since it’s design pretty much forces users to carry on the lower end an average man’s carry. If you fall within that category, you’ll be hard pressed to find a wallet as slim as this one.
The Dash Bando wallet has a unique flat design that has the ability to store many cards in a very slim profile. The pull tab slot is also a really nice touch (I’m a big fan of these in wallets). It however falls short in the finishing department with loose stitching. The cash band holds bills a little too loosely for my liking. I would not recommend this for front pocket carry, it’s a bit on the larger side and wont fit well into smaller front pockets.
Trayvax stands behind their wallet with pride – and it’s for a good reason. The material selection and build quality is above average and the design is simple and intuitive to use. Backed by a 65 year warranty (which even offers out of warranty repairs at cost plus shipping) this wallet could easily last someone a lifetime.
The Dash Slim Wallet 3.0 is put together well and designed with minimalism in mind. As long as you’re not a heavy card carrier you would be happy with this wallet. Not to mention, this wallet is cheap making it one of my favorite budget friendly minimalist wallets to date.