Cutting Soft Shell Material Ain’t Easy

With Soft Shell material being deceptively strong, it is also deceptively difficult to cut! During a recent visit to the sewing house I snapped this clip of them using a mini circular saw to do the initial cutting to get it from roll to sheet form….

The Soft Shell wallets have been in use for over 6 months now and the Kickstarter backers were the first to get theirs. We received initial positive reactions to its durability, but now we’re starting to see even MORE POSITIVE comments come in about how well it’s lasted. Here are just a couple...

6 months after receiving mine in the mail, it still looks almost brand-new. It doesn't stay dirty, and the material is still strong and waterproof after half a year - not to mention, it looks cool!
-Jesse

I've been using the Micro wallet since the day it arrived and I absolutely love it. It shows absolutely no signs of wear, despite the fabric looking so thin and fragile. I recommend it to everyone who asks.
-Ilya

Thanks for sharing your feedback and I’m looking forward to hearing more stories about real world usage.

5 comments


  • Dave Z
    Dave Z
    October 10, 2015

    @Andy Thanks! We may consider that in the future. @Hannah – So glad you like it! not quite Kryptonite but super strong!

  • Andy
    Andy
    June 29, 2015

    I really love the soft shell wallet. Have been using it since Kickstarter and now it looks about the same as day one. It is slim enough to put in front pocket. I only wish you can come up with a slightly “taller” version for notes. Currently, my biggest note is jutting out by a few millimeter. An additional 5 millimeter “taller” for the wallet will be good. Keep up with the good work!

  • Hannah
    Hannah
    June 28, 2015

    Great product, very thin but it must be made of Kryptonite. Haha. I have it on me every day.

  • Dave Z
    Dave Z
    June 28, 2015

    Good to hear, Alex! Enjoy!

  • Alex
    Alex
    June 28, 2015

    Got my soft shell through kickstarter and still looks as new.! Keep up the good work Dave.


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