Dango Burnt Bronze Collection

When it comes to wallets and accessories, Dango are a brand that are always at the front and centre of our thinking here at Coolector HQ and we love it when they’ve got new special edition launches to be enjoyed. The latest to hit their digital shelves is the Burnt Bronze Collection of wallets which will add a touch of class to your EDC line up in 2021. As always, a robust, functional performance comes to the fore and it’s combined with the sort of stealthy, no-nonsense aesthetic we love.

Check out the best bits from the new Burnt Bronze Collection from Dango below:


The T01 Tactical Wallet Spec-Ops Edition in Burnt Bronze ($99) was designed to be robust and tactical yet very elegant. The T01 Spec-Ops encompasses a heady mix of metal and soft goods to hold your everyday necessities. The T01 Spec-Ops is the first non-leather wallet from Dango Products and all the more impressive for it. The DTEX exterior is a no-nonsense, versatile, water resistant, textured and durable material which is purpose built to withstand any adventures.

As in all of Dango’s T01 Tactical Wallets, the T01 Spec-Ops also comes with the MT02 Multi-Tool for an added sense of versatility. There are over 14 functions built in to this and will come in handy on the regular. The Dango MT02 Multi-Tool slides into the cavity where the cards sit and, when engaged, the multi-tool is nested securely onto the safety locks on the wallet chassis creating leverage and grip.

Functions of the multi-tool include: hex wrenches, paracord tensioner, cutter, nail pryer, serrated/sharpened edges, a ruler and even a phone stand. T01 Tactical Wallets are chock full with functionality and packaged into one compact Dango Wallet.


We love bifold wallets here at Coolector HQ due to their effortlessly functionality and storage potential and they seldom come classier or more aesthetically stealthy than this brilliant looking T01 Tactical Bifold Wallet Special Edition Burnt Bronze from Dango ($109). This great looking wallet will be the ideal addition to any man’s EDC line up if they value functional performance, no-nonsense design and the best of the best materials.

This superb addition to Dango’s Burnt Bronze Collection is made in the USA from a DTEX Material which is a flexible, water resistant, textured, non-leather durable material. It uses RFID blocking to keep your card data safe and secure and it boasts a super slim profile, at just over 0.3 inches thick when six cards are inside of the wallet. It comes with a built in bottle opener for enjoying a craft beer or two and a glass breaker which may well get you out of a stick situation. ($109)


Taking design inspiration from military, first responders, and hardcore preppers, the M1 Maverick Spec-Ops edition in Burnt Bronze ($129) is Dango’s all new utility vertical wallet with a durable yet sleek design that is crafted for the rugged and tactical lifestyle. This wallet is the ideal ally for the everyday survivalist out there. 

The M1 Spec-Ops combines CNC Machined 6061 aerospace aluminium with Dango’s very own developed DTEX material; a fine mixture of an industrial “bullet-proof” chassis with a wallet skin that is resilient, flexible and water resistant. The surface of the M1 chassis is ceramic coated with Cerakote – which is a firearms industry standard ceramic paint more than robust enough to withstand rough handling day in, day out. The metal RFID blocking card cavity can hold up to six cards depending on card thicknesses.

The M1 Spec-Ops Single Pocket variant comes with its pairing high carbon, heat treated stainless steel MT04 Multi-Tool which has in excess of ten different functions which are specifically designed to respond to emergency situations. The functions of the multi-tool include: a seat belt cutter, serrated/sharpened edges, chisel, 2 paracord tensioners, an O2 oxygen wrench, nail pryer, standard 1/4” inch hex wrench, and of course, a bottle opener. The MT04 Multi-Tool slides into the metal cavity where the cards sit and is nested securely onto the safety locks on the chassis. Holds up to 10 cards without multi-tool and 8 cards with multi-tool. ($129)

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