Post-Pandemic Bucket List for Men Stuck in Self Isolation

  • by Chantal McCulligh

Covid19 put a serious damper on extreme lifestyles. The majority of the world shut down in a matter of weeks. There was no traveling, no exploring dangerous destinations and all parks, activities, and public establishments were closed. The good news is that many of the restrictions have lifted, which means you can finally get back to living dangerously. To kick off your post-pandemic adventures, grab your carbon fiber wallet and check out this list of extreme activities to put on your bucket list.

Dangerous Activities To Get Your Out of Isolation

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Go Backcountry Camping

You don’t need to pay a membership fee or go to extremes just to live dangerously; some of the most dangerous activities can be found right in the great outdoors. Yes, we’re talking about camping, but not the typical type of camping where you’re set up in luxury lots with electricity. Instead, we’re all about backcountry camping.

Backcountry camping is when you set up shop in a remote, isolated area. You have to carry all of your equipment to the remote campsite you’ve chosen. Depending on the location, you may have to hike or paddle your way in. It’s an intense outdoor activity that is certain to push your limits and adrenaline! Just make sure everyone in your party uses compact wallets or slim wallets to minimize the space and added weight.


Cliff Camping

Speaking of camping, skip the country and start climbing to pitch a tent on the side of a cliff. Yes, cliff camping is a real thing that you can do! And for obvious reasons, it’s incredibly dangerous and perfect for your post-pandemic bucket list. With cliff camping, you get to indulge in a variety of dangerous activities, such as mountain climbing, hiking, edge walking, and camping. Combine all of those together and you get one epic experience that finishes with you being suspended in mid-air for the night.

If you plan on doing this dangerous activity, you definitely want to use the slimmest wallet possible. The less weight, the better and the less bulk, the better as you’ll be carrying all of your equipment. Slim wallets can also slide into a taut pocket, so you don’t have to worry about it falling over a cliff.


Volcano Hiking

If COVID wasn’t enough to scare you, perhaps this dangerous activity is. Volcano hiking is an adrenaline-rushing activity that is certain to give you that tingling sensation that something bad could happen at any moment. This is the feeling you live for. There are many volcanoes that offer hiking right to the top, so see which ones are close to you. Just remember, we’re talking about a volcano here so anything less than a carbon fiber wallet should never be used. The temperatures get incredibly hot as you hike up to the top, and you want to ensure your slim wallet can withstand the heat. After all, we can all relate to the nasty smell and appearance of wallets that have collected too much sweat.


Kayaking With Whales

Find an ocean and take a splash with some whales. Kayaking with wild whales is an activity that many tourist areas along the coastline offer. It’s far more exhilarating than taking a whale watching boat tour because you’re right in the midst of the wild. There isn’t a big boat protecting you or a large engine that can get you out of there quickly. It’s just you, your paddle and a tiny plastic kayak separating you from these wild beasts that could swallow you whole. And if that doesn’t get your blood pumping, maybe our killer collection of slim wallets will.


Caving Into Crevices

Caving is one hell of an adrenaline-pumping experience that every daredevil needs to do at least once in his or her lifetime. It’s dangerous, it’s mysterious, it’s challenging, and it could kill you, which is right up your alley. Most caving experiences involve some hiking through dangerous terrains before you even get to the caves, offering a well-rounded experience that keeps you on your toes.

Now, like most dangerous activities, you’ll want to have one of our slimmest wallets to keep your belongings safe. Compact wallets can easily be squeezed into little pockets and compartments, so you don’t have to worry about them falling out or weighing you down.  


The Most Dangerous Activities Require the Slimmest Wallets

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You may be wondering why compact wallets are mentioned throughout this article of dangerous activities, and it’s quite simple. Many extreme activities require a lot of you – physically and mentally. The last thing you need is to worry about your wallet falling out of your pocket as you’re suspended in the air, on a cliff. In other words, every step you take while partaking in dangerous activities is crucial to your experience and safety. You do not need to be worrying about anything other than where your foot and hand are going to land next. So, that’s why it’s crucial to have a slim wallet when doing these activities.

Secondly, you likely had to travel to get to the location of whatever dangerous activity you’re doing. So, you have all of your I.D.’s, credit cards and maybe even your passport with you. If you’re staying in a hotel or took a road-trip for the day, you do not want to leave these items behind. Sure, RFID wallets can keep you from being electronically pickpocketed but they can’t prevent theft right out of your hotel room or vehicle.

When you use compact wallets, you can easily bring your important belongings without having to carry a ton of baggage. Pardon the pun.

As you begin to plan your next dangerous activity, make sure you have a slim carbon fiber wallet ready to go with you. They aren’t just a stylish accessory for men, but also, imperative for your safety and experience. Cold Fire has the best carbon fiber wallets and accessories for men, with even the largest ones still being amongst the slimmest wallets on the market.


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