The original HuMn minimalist wallet was a highly successful Kickstarter crowd funded project. It had an original funding goal of $66,000 but it ended up with almost $300,000 in funding. An incredible feat indeed for a wallet that is made up of 2 aluminum plates bound together with an elastic strap. The HuMn Wallet 2 is a follow up to both the original HuMn wallet and the subsequent HuMn Mini wallet.

The HuMn Wallet 2 is somewhere in between the HuMn and the Mini in terms of size but it is much more versatile compared to the Mini. Besides its great looks, the HuMn Wallet 2 has some great options that makes it a very versatile slim wallet.

You can make use of one, two or three plates. Use just one plate if you want the slimmest and lightest wallet possible and RFID protection is not an issue. Use two plates if you want to protect your cards against RFID skimming. You can still make use of a door entry card by strapping it to the outside of the wallet so that it is not blocked. Last but not least, use three plates if you want to keep your cards and bills better organized.

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HuMn Wallet 2

The HuMn Wallet 2 is a travel friendly minimalist wallet that is large enough to hold most world notes folded in half, yet minimal in size/design.

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