The bad news is that we have a security breach, and it's coming from inside your pocket! Approximately 35 million credit cards in America come equipped with RFID chips--essentially a tiny radio transmitter sending out your account information. This can be convenient, allowing shoppers to pay for their purchases with just a wave of their card over an RFID reader. It's also convenient for thieves who, using some basic electronic equipment, can swipe your information and use it to make purchases of their own.
That's where this sleek, carbon fiber wallet comes in. Like a pocket-sized special ops team, it uses state-of-the-art materials to lock down your top secret info. The wallet's exterior is made from aerospace-grade carbon fiber, a material that is not only lightweight and incredibly strong but that is also dense enough to block your RFID signals. A special, laser-cut hinge gives the wallet an extra-slim profile. Inside is a nylon ripstop lining with a wide pocket for cash, six credit card pockets and two additional hidden pockets. Made in Seattle, Washington.