Chains have been used for decades to help bikers keep track of their wallets. They regained popularity in the nineties, when kids started wearing them with their baggy pants as a fashion statement. But, jeans and trousers weren't always made out of twice as much material as is necessary. Back when it was cool to wear pants that fit, it wasn't uncommon to lose the wallet out of your pants while riding because it would vibrate out of the smallish back pocket it was kept in. A chain was added to the wallet and attached to the trousers, and the wallet had buttons or snaps added to it. If your wallet fell out of your pocket, the chain would keep you from losing your wallet and the snaps would keep you from losing your wallet's contents. Library card replacement dropped sharply. These durable wallet chains are made of different alloys of metal depending on which item you choose. Some of the chains have a light antiqued silver hue to them, and others look like polished chrome. There are 14 different styles available from skulls and bones to motorcycle drive and cam chains, and traditional dog collar styles as well. Each wallet chain comes equipped with a key ring style loop on the wallet end and a quick release clasp on the other.