Paper Wallet Designer Series are Here!

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Finally! We wrote a blog post about Paper Wallets back in April (here), anxiously awaiting their designer series (not that their solids aren’t great), and they informed us of their release this week! If you didn’t read it, you can, or heres a run down: Paper Wallets is a company dedicated to eco solutions, and innovation. Their thin “paper” wallets are durable, water resistant, flexible and spacious. They wont tear without a beating, or bulk up your already tight ass pants. YET, they have as much room as most any common wallet and allow their user to adapt to a minimalist lifestyle, with a minimalist style and shape. In short, they rock.

We said we were going to test out their wallets and we did, and 8 months later it is still going strong. In fact it looks even better than when we got it! It gained some wrinkles, and spends most of its time getting shoved in pockets, stored among sharp things in the junk drawer and taken on hiking and canoe trips, and is holding strong.

We love when we find great eco products, especially ones that actually do what they say they do, and Paper Wallet is is one of them.

Paper Wallet at 8 months hard use Paper Wallet at 8 months hard use

The ones we showed you back in April are here along with some really awesome new ones. I still don’t technically have one of my own, my boyfriend really did the testing out while I kept an eye on it, so I’m going to be getting one of the Andres or Monsieur André wallets for myself when I have to do the whole holiday thing soon.

Check’em out!

 Monsieur André - Paris - Paper Wallet Designer Series
Monsieur André - Paris - Paper Wallet Designer Series
Andres - Argentina - Paper Wallet Designer Series
Andres - Argentina - Paper Wallet Designer Series
 Pilpeled - Tel Aviv, Israel - Paper Wallet Designer Series
Pilpeled - Tel Aviv, Israel - Paper Wallet Designer Series
Marcelo Oliveira - Portugal - Paper Wallet Designer Series
Marcelo Oliveira - Portugal - Paper Wallet Designer Series

They’re only $20 and different, and different is much better than… say department store crap at full price that looks worse with age. Plus they’re recyclable, innovative thin little minimalistic wallets. Great.