Bellroy Elements Pocket Review
Bellroy has released a new line of wallets Elements, designed for use in extreme conditions. In this video, we explain why this wallet will be the most useful for those who are engaged in winter sports, such as snowboarding, skiing, etc.
Review of Bellroy Elements Pocket
The Bellroy Elements range of wallets is designed for use in extreme environments. Now we will look at one of the three wallets from this series. On the table we see Bellroy Elements Travel, Bellroy Elements Sleeve and Bellroy Elements Pocket. In this video, we will consider the latter, the other two a little later.
Firstly, it is worth saying that the Bellroy Elements Pocket model began to be released instead of the Bellroy Very Protective model. The new model has a better rubberized zipper. The wallet is made of water-repellent material.
Let’s take a look in more detail. Inside the wallet, the kit comes with a special “guide” and, as we can see, mountains are drawn on it. Next, we will tell you why it is convenient to use this wallet in the mountains.
Now we will add change, cards, cash and a key to the wallet — everything you need for skiing or snowboarding. There are no pockets on the outside of the Bellroy Elements Pocket, but inside, compared to the Very Protective, two compartments have been added: a coin compartment and a key compartment.
If we go skiing / snowboarding in the mountains, then, of course, we need money: both change and cash, there are special compartments for them that allow you to quickly and easily access the content (nevertheless, all content is reliably protected from moisture, shaking, etc.)
Cards (including lift passes) are stored in the central compartment. And finally, the key. Usually, in the mountains, you use one key, which can be put in a special compartment in the Bellroy Elements Pocket. As you already understood, this compact wallet (size: 10.5cm x 7.6cm) fits everything you need for a comfortable pastime in the mountains.