Kyza's Travel Wallet is a canny two-wallets-in-one product aimed at the frequent traveller, or even the infrequent traveller for that matter.
At first glance it's just a stylish passport wallet, with scored textured leather on the outside and a smoother finish on the inside.
There's room for a standard-sized 34 page passport – although not the thicker 'frequent traveller' edition, which will immediately rule this out of contention for many high flyers – along with a pen for filling in all those immigration forms, four slots (for credit cards, frequent flyer cards, public transport cards or even the odd business card) and a compartment for your boarding pass and loose currency notes.
So far so good, even if it's a tad thick once you load it up.
Now here's the clever bit: tucked inside the passport wallet is a second, smaller and more conventional wallet (same leather colour and treatment) with its own card slots and note compartment.
The idea is that you can keep all your cards and currency in the paired wallets, sorted according to where and when you'll need them.
Having arrived at your destination and checked into your hotel, you stow the passport wallet (with associated travel-only cards, etc) in the room's safe and tuck the more compact everyday wallet – perhaps having transferred some cards from the passport wallet – into your pocket or purse.
In practice, the combination is quite bulky and you'll probably be eager to undock your wallets.
The everyday wallet is a little taller than usual – it's more like a compact pocketbook – which works well with some of those uncommonly tall notes like the UK £50, as well as keeping its slim shape so as not to put much of a dent into your suit.
Kyza Travel Co. stocks the Travel Wallet in three editions: Soho (midnight navy outside, black inside), Majorca (bush pink/grey) and Oxford (tan/slate green), each selling for $159.95.
If we could make one change to the Kyza Travel Wallet it'd be to remove the over-sized branding from the front of each wallet, which makes it look less like an elegant part of your travel kit and more like a corporate give-away.