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Granite Gear Air Style Hiker Wallet – Blueberry

October 11, 2015 - Comment

Don’t you hate it when you get to the trialhead and forget that you still have your bulky wallet full of important yet unnecessary items? You still want to have an ID and a few bucks on you “just in case”, but can’t justify the weight or the possibility of losing your

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Don’t you hate it when you get to the trialhead and forget that you still have your bulky wallet full of important yet unnecessary items? You still want to have an ID and a few bucks on you “just in case”, but can’t justify the weight or the possibility of losing your wallet. The Hiker Wallet is the perfect compromise, a minimal wallet for the trail.

Product Features

  • Dimensions: 4×3.25″
  • Weight: 0.35oz
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Comments

Astar-boy says:

good size, ultralight, has its own ultralight carabiner this wallet is part of my go to kit now. It makes you think and avoid taking unnecessary weight and clutter from your everyday wallet. Driver license, hunting/fishing license, $20 and a car key is all you need on a trip.

tgs says:

Limited Capacity but fine if that is all you need. As with all products, one’s satisfaction is determined by whether the product works well for the purpose which you intended it for. If you are looking for a hiker wallet that will hold everything a regular wallet holds, this product is not for you. I am more of a walker and/or “tourist hiker.” I am not going out for three day treks through the back woods, I am going out for five mile hikes through the countryside. All I usually carry with me is a key, an ID and a $20 bill. For this…

John in NJ says:

Very Good, with Some Room for Improvement $10 for a little silnylon pouch may seem to be a lot, but its handy not to have to carry my regular overstuffed wallet when hiking. I take my license and registration, some folded cash, and a credit card, and that’s it. I clip the wallet into my pack so don’t have to worry about slipping out of my pants pocket (the wallet material is slippery). I do find it a little small in that it can be tough to get inflexible items like my license and credit card in and out, but its not too bad as I don’t…

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