The company makes its accessories from a material that's ten times stronger than steel.
Pioneer Wallets

After three years of research and development, San Francisco-based Pioneer debuts its 10X Series, a line of wallets and iPad cases made from Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight Polyetheylene. The tightly woven material is said to be ten times stronger than steel and is mostly used for defense and medical purposes. That might be overkill for a wallet, but for something you carry everyday that's stuffed with cash and credit cards, it might be a good idea to wrap them in something a bit more substantial than leather. The newly-launched 10X Series is available now and comes in three wallet styles and an iPad case 

$60-$80, pioneercarry.com

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