I've been using Nomad cables for quite some time, because they last quite a long time. Unlike the bundled Apple cables that always seem to flush on the ends, the Nomad cables are sturdy, made with woven fabric and solid connectors. So I wasn't sure they could be improved. But the new Kevlar coated USB-C for lightning cables (from $ 39.95) shows that they can really be improved.
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Nomad added Kevlar coating to the cables. Yes, it's the same technology used in bulletproof vests. Sure, you don't need or use the cable for bullet protection, but the technology should help ensure that the cable lasts as long as the USB standards do. Something that brings me to contact. Nomad now has a USB-C to lightning cable, of various lengths, so you can take advantage of high-charge, up to 18 watts, and keep your phone's battery at peak capacity. Plus, the cables look good, which is a plus!
- Robust woven design
- Strong connectors
- Kevlar for extra protection
- More sizes available
- Cable organizer included
Cons  More expensive than traditional cables
Final judgment  The Kevlar Coated USB-C for Lightning Cables from Nomad are not cheap, but you do not need to replace them!