As a teen, Chuck Friedman worked a summer job in Maine repairing high tech sails for the world's most elite racing boats. Industrial sewing skills he learned there, mixed with good old New England practicality, led him to construct his first wallet from scraps left on the cutting room floor.
Several years and countless prototypes later, Chuck and friends bootstrapped their way into business. The name Flowfold references layers of rock that fold smoothly over time without breaking, illustrating their central design philosophy: The strength of flexibility. Before long, the team was producing all kinds of outdoor gear using their unique materials and innovative designs.
The Minimalist Wallet is super simple and slender, while the Vanguard provides just a bit more room with a cash pocket, two hidden card slots and two I.D. windows. The Traveler is ideal for those who need to accommodate more paper, plastic, and international bills. For shelter in a storm, look no further than the ultralight and rugged Stormproof Tote.
Flowfold’s light and durable carrying gear is the perfect choice for those who commute and venture outdoors.