Bellroy Elements Travel Wallet

by Jack Guy

Apr 30, 2015

Shangxiaju Shopping District in Guagzhou, China © Dejia Gao | Dreamstime

Products / Travel

Gear aficionados may already be familiar with Bellroy, an Australian brand famous for slimming down the chunky monstrosities stuffed with old receipts that some of us like to call wallets. With the Elements collection, the brand provides for those who are looking for stronger protection for their valuables, using heavy-duty leather and a water-resistant YKK zip which promises to keep out rain, grit, sand and snow.

 

The Bellroy Elements Travel wallet is specially made for when you are on the move, protecting your cards and bills while also offering specially-made compartments for your passport, hotel key and a SIM card, as well as a travel pen for customs forms. There’s even room to protect your smartphone inside the hard-wearing case, which despite its ability to hold all of your travel essentials, still manages to show off the sophisticated design features that we have come to expect from Bellroy.

 

 

It’s certainly a more attractive way of carrying your belongings than a sweaty body belt, and offers them far more protection too. Bellroy have made a wallet suitable for outdoor pursuits as well as urban travel, keeping everything you need safe in one slim package.

 

The Elements Travel wallet is available in black, cognac or slate on the Bellroy website, with a price tag of $139.95. All Bellroy products are protected by a three-year warranty.

 

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