The Bellroy Elements Sleeve: Rethink your wallet

I’ll be honest, I keep way too much shit in my wallet. Sometimes I think I’m sitting on a baseball. Several credit cards, insurance cards, a Pete Rose card and unfortunately not enough cash all amount to an overdue trip to the chiropractor. Seriously, sitting on a wallet that is too thick has been proven to lead to back problems and poor posture. So I decided to slim down my billfold and pick up the Elements Sleeve from Bellroy Wallets.

Your ass will thank you.

Your ass will thank you

What I love most about this sleeve is how it was designed for someone with an active lifestyle. Get it dirty, wet, soggy, it doesn’t matter, the water-resistant all-weather leather can hold up to some serious neglect. Like falling out of my pocket on a spring day at Copper Mountain. But even if it does sit in the slush all day and become an unintentional sacrifice to the mountain gods, Bellroy backs its product with a three-year warranty. So when you’re sitting on the chairlift with this trim and cut money stash in your back pocket, shred assured knowing that your identity is in good hands.

The real kicker is the pull-tab sleeve that protects my essentials and dignity from the what the day can throw at me—nothing is more embarrassing than losing your shit.

Safe and secure, just how I like my hard-earned money.

Safe and secure, just how I like my hard-earned money

So with all the functionality of a traditional wallet I get the spine saving discreteness of your standard money clip. The Elements Sleeve is part of the three-tier capsule collection called the Elements Range, which includes the Pocket and Travel editions as well. For $69.95 and the sake of your lower vertebrae, give Bellroy Wallets some consideration and wise paycheck allocation.

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The Elements Range from Bellroy

The Elements Range from Bellroy

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