Pioneer Wallets Ion Black

Are Pioneer Wallets Really 10 Times Stronger Than Steel?

You can find slim wallets made out of pretty much everything these days, from classic, tough full-grain leather to hardshell titanium sleeves. Pioneer wallets, however, seem a step ahead of the game, made from what the company calls 10XD Ripstop – an “ultra-high-molecular-weight-polyethylene”, a “super-fabric” they claim is 10 times stronger than steel by weight.

Almost sounds like overkill for a wallet, but hey, some people go hard on their gear. We haven’t had the opportunity to actually test and verify whether their claims stack up  – (how would one go about that, anyway?) – but it seems clear these things are built to last.

The wallet itself is ultra-slim and sleek, using a bifold-esque design that manages to be even more compact than a traditional wallet. The wallet can hold 6-8 cards and several folded bills in its two slots. The fabric used in entirely waterproof, and absorbs no moisture. 4 bartacks provide reinforcement, while a very low-profile, heat transfer logo gives it some style.

Pioneer currently serves up three models of these tough-as-nails wallets – the Ion, the Division and the Molecule. All three come in Black and Blue, and the wallet is backed by Pioneer’s 10-year warranty, which gives confidence that their wallets are built to last a lifetime. For the price, Pioneer wallets can’t be beat in size, slimness or durability.

 

 

Are Pioneer Wallets Really 10 Times Stronger Than Steel?
Are Pioneer Wallets Really 10 Times Stronger Than Steel?
Are Pioneer Wallets Really 10 Times Stronger Than Steel?
Are Pioneer Wallets Really 10 Times Stronger Than Steel?