To celebrate Takata’s commitment to driver safety through their second year partnership as Formula Drift official safety partner, Takata and Formula Drift have teamed up once again to create one of the most distinctive wallets on the market today. Hand woven out of Takata “Original” black seatbelt webbing, this wallet turns heads wherever it goes.
The grey interior accommodates a clear ID window, four credit cards and a money slot. Expect nothing but the best quality, as it’s manufactured by Harvey’s, a premier company that deals exclusively with seatbelt products.
This US made wallet features a “Tough For Life” warranty. If at any point a manufacturer defect causes it to need repair, Harvey’s got you covered. Featuring stylish looks, top notch quality and function, these one of a kind wallets won’t last. Get yours now!
MSRP: $59.00 (mens)
MSRP $99.00 (womens)
Manufactured by Harvey’s in the USA
Made out of “Original” Takata Black Webbing
Grey Harveys monogrammed interior lining
Guaranteed “Tough for Life”
Plastic ID Slot, four credit card slots, one money slot
Size: Open 9” (L) x 3.5” (H) Folded 4.5”(L) x 3.5” (H)
Sneak Peak – Matt Coffman’s 2015 Formula Drift Nissan S13
21 year old Matt Coffman is currently in his second year of Formula D competition. The second youngest driver on the Formula D circuit, in his freshman year Matt campaigned his S13 to 33rd in points. Lacking experience Matt had a tough time on his first Formula D tour and didn’t qualify for 3 of the 7 rounds. For his second time around, Matt and his team have attacked the season with renewed vigor, building a new car and having an aggressive pre season test schedule to enable Matt to become more familiar with his new ride.
Matt’s team consisting of Crew Chief Bill Conway, Nick Byatt, Jeff Mailley and Spike Chen has worked really hard in the off season to put together a strong program for Matt and the team is truly one of the best privateer teams in Formula D.
Growing up driving sideways on the dirt roads around his Medford Oregon home and starting his competition career in rally has given Matt a good base to build on. He has rapidly made the transition to drifting, rising from the level of just messing around at local drift events to getting his Formula Drift Pro license in a very short amount of time.
Matt’s new S13 really caught our attention on media day. Since we know a little about the S13 chassis we can say that Matt’s new car shows a high degree of build quality and technical sophistication. It is perhaps one of the nicest S chassis cars to run on the Formula D circuit. Let’s take a close insider’s look at Matt’s new ride.