A Wallet Built for the Next Millennium

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By Diane Rommel

A Wallet Built for the Next Millennium
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28 July 2017

We like things that last. Usually, this means we look to the past. 

Because somewhere along the way, modern-day goods became synonymous with disposable

Think Dustin Hoffman raising an eyebrow about the prospects of plastics in The Graduate. 

We forget, though, about what good things can happen when artful innovation is applied not to an app but to everyday objects — aka the things we use most. 

Like Pioneer wallets. Designed in S.F., they're made from "Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight Polyetheylene," billed as "the strongest fiber on Earth." It'll conform to your shape and keep you looking good, no matter what you throw at it. 

Their flagship Ion Wallet is decidedly not your uncle's bulky wallet from 20 years ago. It's slim-slim, with room for 6-8 cards and enough cash to get around town. And because we know you like easy choices, it comes in exactly two colors: black and blue, both with a tasteful hatching pattern that stand them out from the crowd.

Among their other offerings: an even slimmer card wallet, a slightly more expansive billfold and a range of iPad sleeves.

Your needs are different — and Pioneer gets it. 

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