The best travel wallets hold all of the documents you need for your trip without creating an unsightly bulge in your pocket.
The Dash has a minimalist design which ensures just that. Many other travel wallets are packed with features, but are just too big to be truly practical. This discourages people from using them, and means many travelers are carrying their passports and other documents separately.
Ultimately, this leaves arguably the most important item on your trip unprotected. Airport officials often find passports that have been misplaced as travelers search for money, cards or boarding passes.
The Dash allows you to keep all of your essential items together, and safe. There is space for cash, cards, passport and boarding passes, keeping them all within easy reach.
Its makers proved a well-designed product doesn’t mean sky-high prices, with the Dash starting at just $18. At just 13.5 centimeters by 10 centimeters, it’s a slim package with space for your passport.
Weighing in at just 1.2 ounces, it won’t slow you down either. The eco-synthetic leather is built to last, and the Dash will be a loyal companion for many trips to come.
If you have previously been put off by the cost or size of other travel wallets, the Dash is a perfect solution. After all, you are better off spending $18 on a minimalist travel wallet rather than dealing with the considerable stress and expense of getting a new passport.
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