CALPAK Faux Leather Travel Wallet

by Allie Moore

Aug 9, 2019

wallet © Joruba | Dreamstime

Products / Travel

Traveling both smartly and in style don’t have to be two separate endeavors. More and more fashion-forward companies adapt their products to make them travel-friendly, but appearing like everyday items for your purse or bag. CALPAK’S line of wallets features a subset of items that can meet your needs when it comes to travel accessories.


The travel accessories company’s faux leather RFID travel wallet measures just 8.5 inches by 5.5 inches and features slots and pockets travelers can rely on during travel. The wallet contains four inside card slots, a currency pocket and a pocket that perfectly fits a passport. Made of faux leather, the wallet is small and compact enough to fit into your bags like a regular wallet, as most travel wallets tend to be longer and bigger, standing out as obvious passport and cash holders.


A faux fur handle offers the stylish accent every fashionable traveler seeks, but a cross-body strap also can be used to keep the wallet secure and close to the body.


CALPAK’s wallets can be purchased on the company’s website or at Nordstrom or for $70 and the faux leather travel wallet is available in eight colors.


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