Collecting Yu-Gi-Oh cards is not just about getting the best cards to play with, but also about collecting and showing them off. However, if you are going to keep your cards in good enough condition to be worth displaying, you will want to find some good sleeves to store your cards in. Getting a good sleeve helps protect your cards from nicks, scratches, and all kinds of damage. The damage will serve to lessen their appearance but also greatly diminish their value if you are looking to sell. To ensure you are getting a longer, healthier life out of your cards, here are 10 of the very best sleeves you can buy for your Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. Dark Magician Girl Sleeves Image via Konami These Dark Magician Girl sleeves sold by Konami are a great way to stylize your deck if you are heavy on Magician-based cards. They are also effective in protecting them from any outside threats. If you would rather have the male variant, they are available as well, but a pack of 70 sleeves with Dark Magician Girl on the back stands out to us. Dark Magicians Sleeves Image via Konami Why display only one of the Dark Magicians when you can have both parts of the duo on your side? It's another run from Konami that is tournament legal, although you only get 50 in this pack as opposed to the 70 in the previous one. DeElf Clear Sleeves Image via DeElf These are pretty standard clear sleeves, honestly. Put your cards in and you can see every part of them you normally would. The reason this makes our list is you get 1,000 of these for a price that others would give about 100. Dex Protection Sleeves Image via Dex Protection Dex Protection cards are stretch-resistant, have reinforced corners, and are very durable, so you can depend on them to protect your cards. They are a real joy to shuffle with, and their clear layer lends great visibility to your cards. With the matte finish on the back, you are also going to get a great grip on your cards compared to other sleeves you come across. Dragon Shield Protective Sleeves Image via Dragon Shield Dragon Shield is a top-of-the-line name for sleeves. It is a common consensus in the community that these matte sleeves just might be the best. They are a bit pricey, but they come with great quality, durability, and you can tell that care went into making these sleeves. There is a wide variety of matte-finished cards you can choose from, and some crystal clear ones as well. Your cards will fit perfectly inside them without any sagging, and the clear front is among the clearest you can get and makes your rare cards pop even more. They\u2019ll last forever and will ensure your cards stay in the most pristine condition. Generic Galaxy Sleeves If you are comfortable enough trusting your cards to a generic sleeve, then there are tons of different beautiful looking sleeves you can find on the internet. Of all the generic sleeves we have come across, we prefer this gorgeous looking galaxy art. Insideck Ancient Egyptian Sleeves Image via Insideck The monsters that feature in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game are all brought to life from their times in Ancient Egypt canonically. With that in mind, we love the aesthetic of these hieroglyphics to display on your cards. Original back Sleeves Image via Konami If you are the kind of person that is content with how the backs of your cards look, then you can always grab these Konami sleeves that look exactly like the original backs but still protect your cards. No glossy film to look, through \u2014 just how Yu-Gi-Oh! cards were meant to look. Titanshield Protection Sleeves Image via Titanshield These are pretty standard black sleeves for your cards. They are a little thick and have a non-slip grip and non-stick matte on the back of them. The big difference between these and other sleeves you will find is the thickness in them. They bring more bulk to the party for added protection of your most treasured cards. Ultra Pro Deck Protector Sleeves Image via Ultra Pro While the Ultra Pro sleeves might not be as snazzy as many other options on this list, they are cheaper and still get the job done in the name of protection. You can choose from a variety of colors to display your cards in, just don't cheat and mix colors in a deck.