Distil Union, a Charleston-based accessory company, today announced the launch of its new Wally Bifold wallet. The company says the newly designed Wally Bifold 5.0 is even slimmer and more secure than ever before and would make a suitable gift for Father’s Day.
The design reduces wallet bulk with two MagLock™ squeeze-to-open pockets to securely store credit cards. The Wally Pull-Tabs™ are color coded for easy access and organization such as personal cards on one side and business cards on the other. The Wally Pull-Tabs™ flip down to reveal powerful hidden magnets that can stick to any steel surface or light switch.
Its slim profile holds up to 14 cards and the stainless-steel money clip holds more than 30 bills. The new, slim design lays flat and can fit in your front or back pocket. The wallet is made with full-grain genuine leather from environmentally certified tanneries and is offered in black, brown, and navy. The wallet is also available in RFID-shielding for skimming protection. The Wally Bifold 5.0 costs $60 and is available for purchase at distilunion.com.
“This latest version of our Wally Bifold offers more security, more functionality and an overall slimmer wallet,” said Nate Justiss, Co-Founder and Industrial Designer of Distil Union. “As designers, we continue to make improvements to our products to help better the lives of our customers and simplify their everyday routines. We are excited to launch the new Wally Bifold 5.0 to upgrade your carry.”
The company says they are dedicated to making more environmentally responsible decisions through its recyclable packaging, durable products minimizing landfills and pollution, and contributes a portion of its earnings to Earth Island Institute, Rainforest Foundation, Sunrise Movement, Coral Restoration Foundation, GreenWave, and others.
For more information on Distil Union, visit distilunion.com.
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