Fierce Hazel, the female-owned, sustainable cycling bag company, set out to design a weatherproof eco-friendly cycling wallet with every type of cyclist in mind. The Tour de Fierce was born, and it makes it a pretty bold claim. To the weight weenies out there, please feel free to correct the following statement in the comments if you know of a lighter cycling wallet.
Tour de Fierce is the World’s Lightest Cycling Wallet
Weighing a claimed 40 grams, Fierce Hazel say the Tour de Fierce is the World’s lightest cycling wallet on the market today. “So many of the wallets I found were too bulky and heavy,” says Fierce Hazel founder Frankie Holt. “Cyclists are always looking for ways to shed weight. I wanted to make the world’s lightest cycling wallet…”.
The Tour de Fierce is sustainably produced from factory deadstock, fabricated into a weatherproof 30D PU + silicone-coated nylon in a heat-bonded and seam-sealed construction. And, Fierce Hazel proudly state that it is ethically made at a factory that pays a living wage and provides a good work environment.
Inside the cycling wallet are five discrete pockets, while a sixth zippered pocket provides secure storage of cash, cards and keys. An ultralight key clip keeps them from falling out while you’re rummaging. On the outside, an over-sized zipper pull provides easy access even when you’re wearing chunky winter gloves. That YKK zipper is itself waterproof.
The Tour de Fierce is sized to be used as a ride wallet or as a tool sack. Fierce Hazel claim it fits a micro-pump or CO2 canister and inflator head, a multitool, tire levers, patch kit, spare tube, plus a handy wipe. They also say “most” phones will zip inside in the event of a downpour, though no specific phones are given.
Pricing & Availability
Fierce Hazel’s Tour de Fierce cycling wallet is available now at a reduced price of $37.50 (was $42), costing you just shy of $0.94 per gram of material (you are welcome). Black and Pine, and Blue and Plum are the colorways available at the time of writing, though the Fierce Hazel website shows a Blue and Pine option too.