Common Fibers was started by a group of young engineers who came up with a really unique way of working with carbon fiber that they call CF-Lex™. The easiest way to explain how this works is they take a pre-cured, rigid sheet of carbon fiber, and then use a laser to remove resin in a key area. This creates a flexible area of carbon fiber, while still retaining 80% of its strength. By developing this process, they are able to create a flexible hinge in the middle of one sheet of carbon fiber, perfect for something like the TRI carbon fiber wallet we make available to you here.
The TRI has massive card and cash capacity, with space for over 12 cards and a double billfold. For the carbon fiber fanatic, the entire exterior is made of the material in a high-gloss finish with the CF-Lex hinges between each panel. For the durability nut, the interior is made of ripstop, which is stronger than leather at a fraction of the thickness, keeping things as slim as possible. For the security freak, this wallet offers RFID protection by shielding your cards from thieves that have skimming machine that can steal card information.