We’re always getting asked about travel wallets, and we always recommend Bellroy’s Travel Wallet…
Our Travel Wallet aims to rid the world of the dreaded ‘man purse’. With features ranging from a designated passport sleeve to a means of enabling tickets and boarding passes to fold without creasing, this wallet keeps important travel documents close and secure while remaining slim and stylish.
Designed for the journey
Ever rummaged frantically through your bags for your passport as the plane gets ready to leave without you? Travel can be stressful enough without the added pressure of misplacing vital documents such as your tickets or passport. We created the Travel Wallet so that you can dump all the emotional baggage of turbulent airport trips and switch to a journey that’s plain sailing.
We couldn’t find a travel wallet that could fit in our pocket while also being able to hold tickets and documents. That’s why we designed our Travel Wallet to do just that. You’ll have peace of mind that all your important documents are stored securely in one place, in a format that’s compact enough to fit in your pocket. The wallet has dedicated sections for cash, cards, tickets, your passport and even a handy pen. We hunted high and low for a pen that would do this wallet justice. The one we chose is from Japan and comes with a refill so you can enjoy its convenience for many trips to come.
Features at a glance
9.7cm x 15cm
Sections for passport, tickets & bills
4 quick-access card slots (+ 2 extra slots)
Micro travel pen with refill
Premium vegetable-tanned cow leather
Backed by our 3-year warranty
“We used the Bellroy Travel Wallet on a recent trip and became increasingly fond of its sleek design with each airport encounter. Thanks to the micro travel pen hidden in the center of the wallet, filling out customs forms on the plane is a snap” – COOL HUNTING
We have now heard about world champions, celebrities, global CEOs and just plain awesome customers who have all become addicted to this wallet when traveling. It really does allow you to embrace the saying that it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey.