/// Tareinco LoPro Wallet : Review
To put it into perspective, this wallet costs less than $15. I didn’t need a new one or was even looking for a replacement, but I was intrigued with the concept.
It’s been a year to the day and it has served me well throughout my vagabonding lifestyle and travels.
Minimal profile, maximum function.
Lets break it down. Take a look at the LoPro Wallet. It’s just some elastic, velcro and nylon straps. But that’s the genius of it, the elegant simplicity. It takes great design to use so little to achieve so much.
This being especially important for EDC gear that belong in the limited space of your pockets. Less weight, smaller footprint and accessibility is key.
After all, what’s a $1,500 wallet made of? Leather, thread and cloth. So like anything else, its not just the quality of the material used but how it’s put together.
And the Tareinco LoPro Wallet is constructed to military specifications; durable, versatile, tactical.
It may not be made in Italy like my Prada, but it is proudly homegrown in my own country, the USA.
With the very little material it’s made of, it manages to have 2 main compartments for cards / bills, 2 small compartments for receipts / notes and even an incidental “clip” for belt or MOLLE attachments.
Despite the skeletal structure, contents are secure due to the velcro closure and elastic tightening.
So whether the LoPro Wallet is stuffed with cash or just holding a couple of cards, it retains the smallest and tightest form factor possible, like compression straps.
The adapting size has come in handy when dealing with all the different sized currency around the world.
A new modern take on the minimal wallet that’s far from traditional but exceptionally functional.