Steel is a miraculous metal. Its discovery helped technologically bolster humanity hundreds of years ago and is still the benchmark by which we judge the toughness of things today. We say this because we want you to understand exactly how impressive 10XD fabric is when we tell you that it is 10 times stronger than steel. And its creators, the folks at Pioneer Carry, have incorporated it into some exceedingly handsome wallets.
This is not just some bombastic rhetoric, either. It took three long years of designing, developing, and testing to get it right. But this ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene material now holds the crown of the strongest fiber on Earth. And it was heat-molded into three wallet formats using the brand’s proprietary FutureForm technology, which will allow them to break in over time without ever breaking down – like other synthetic materials and leather do. The largest of the three offerings, the Division, is a classic full-featured bifold with space for up to 12 cards and some bills. Then, there’s the Ion – a slimline bifold with room for up to 8 cards and folded bills. And last but not least, the Molecule – the ultimate in minimalism with 3 card and cash slots that allow for up to 6 cards and some cash. They retail for $85, $60, and $65, respectively.