Whether it be in a bag or a pocket, most everyone carries a wallet. It’s where you keep cards, an ID, and cash. Every now and then, you need to get a new one, because leather, cloth, and duct tape aren’t very good with getting tossed around every day. If you want something that is going to last, you’ll want to look for a material that is made of tougher stuff.
The Obtanium Wallet is the Superman of wallets. It’s made of Aircraft-grade Aluminum with a scratch-resistant anodized coating that can block those who are in the practice of stealing card information through RFID skimming. This can hold about 8 cards and cash, or ten cards alone. Unlike other materials you might find for a wallet, this one is stain and waterproof, so dropping it in the mud will only mean you need to give it a rinse instead of getting a new one. This is a pretty heavy duty item, so it shouldn’t be too shocking that this has a $125-$199 price tag to match. Honestly, this is just a hoity-toity wallet that is part function, and a lot of aesthetics. You can probably make one from stuff at home and have replacements (of cheaper quality of course) for a lifetime at that price.