They used to be very good - I'm still using an Oroton "trifold" wallet that I bought 16 or 17 years ago and the outer leather has developed a fantastic patina over time. Unfortunately, the inner lining has worn away in a couple of areas and unless I can find someone to replace it, I'll have to get another wallet.
However, I've had a look at their more recent products over the past few years and, sadly, Oroton now largely seems to be a shadow of its former self. I don't know if they still manufacture in Australia (which they used to proudly proclaim) or whether they've shifted production offshore, but their wallets and most of their men's bags and briefcases look stiff, lifeless and not very well made, which is a great pity.
I had an Italian made Oroton wallet which saw some hard wear and all things considered it lasted pretty well. These days most if not all of their small leather goods are made in China, which is not so bad in and of itself, but the quality of the leather is not up to what it used to be.
I have a MIC Gowings wallet which I received as a gift that is better quality than the current Oroton equivalents.