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- 70D Nylon Ripstop
- Zipper closure
- Zippered pocket for organization of Passport and currency
- Durable and lightweight nylon ripstop
- Moisture-wicking and breathable mesh back panel
- Slip pocket on back for waist strap storage
- Soft adjustable elastic waistband with strap keeper
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Personal Safety & Theft Protection
Keep important travel documents and personal identification items out of sight in this money belt. It’s made of durable and lightweight ripstop fabric with a moisture-wicking and breathable back panel. Complete with two zippered pockets for secure organization and soft elastic waistband with strap keeper. When you’re not wearing it, simply tuck the strap into the slip pocket on the back, which was conveniently created for waist strap storage. Travel solutions that make sense.
These under-clothing solutions are designed for ultimate security when traveling. Personal safety and theft protection is of utmost importance. That's why we offer a broad range of options for different preferences.
Prioritize your comfort and the security of your stuff. Necessities may be small, but they are mighty! Before leaving on a trip there are a lot of little things to think about and scenarios to plan for. We want you to be comfortable in your travels, secure in your adventures, and prepared for all the surprises that may pop up along the way. We've put our heads together, pulled from our collective experiences, and developed a large collection of necessities to fit the varied needs we understand travelers may have.
Soft Adjustable Elastic Waistband with Strap Keeper
Moisture-wicking & Breathable Mesh Back Panel
Durable & Lightweight Nylon Ripstop
Looking for money belts? Look no further than this simple waist-worn under-clothing solution. Keep important travel documents and personal identification items out of sight in this money belt. It’s made of durable and lightweight rip-stop fabric with a moisture-wicking and breathable back panel. Complete with zippered pocket for secure organization and soft elastic waistband with strap keeper. When you’re not wearing it, simply tuck the strap into the slip pocket on the back, which was conveniently created for waist strap storage. Travel solutions that make sense.
- Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 5.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: Vietnam
- ASIN: B0054IH5PQ
- Item model number: EC-41126091
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 20, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
I have a wallet that measures 1.5 inches thick and I can easily get that into the Eagle Creek money belt with plenty of room to spare. I also carry two sets of keys and have room for a passport, USB thumbdrive, coins, and my iPhone 4S. This effectively makes sitting down in an airplane seat much more comfortable when my pants pockets aren't bulging out due to all the items I have to carry. If you can fit your item(s) within a box that measures 10 inches long x 3.5 inches wide x 1.5 inches thick - then it would probably fit into this money belt.
This money belt features a soft fabric along the inside that faces your skin - so that it doesn't feel sweaty or uncomfortable. The elastic belt is completely adjustable and easy to fit. I have a 36" waist and there's still plenty of belt left to accommodate larger sizes. The elastic fabric allows you to take the money belt out easily to retrieve items and then put it back under your clothes.
The best thing about wearing money belts is that your wallet and personal items are more secure - especially when traveling. And after trying several other money belts, this is the one I prefer the most. It never gets sweaty, is always comfortable, and keeps my items secure.
The deluxe version was big enough to fit my valuables, and I would recommend this version over the standard one, which is much smaller. The deluxe wrapped around my lower stomach, but it wasn't that noticeable. I would carry a little bit of money in my pocket, so I wouldn't have to reach into the belt. As far as sweating goes, I travelled in early fall across Europe. I didn't have to worry about heat and perspiration. A few times, when I went running in London and Florence, the money belt did retain the moisture from my body, but it was nothing to be uncomfortable.
Overall, I felt very safe and comfortable wearing my money belt. Obviously, if someone was intent on mugging me, a money belt would probably not deter them. However, as far as petty theft goes and opportunistic pickpocketing, having a money belt is just a smart idea.
After three and a half months in Spain, with side trips to Italy and Ireland, I was not once robbed. During that time, I traveled extensively using bus and plane. Whenever I traveled, I used a money belt to carry my debit card, passport, extra cash, and personal information. Because the money belt is not easily accessible without heavily adjusting your clothing, I also carried a wallet with a small amount of cash and a credit card for easy access. However, if I was pick pocketed, my loss would have been severely minimized thanks to the money belt.
During my time in Spain, lots of people in my program were robbed. It was never violent, and most people didn't realize they were robbed until the thief was long gone. Using a money belt minimizes this. However, vigilance also minimizes this. I noticed that those of us who traveled with money belts tended to be the ones who didn't get their wallets stolen from their purses as well. This obviously had nothing to do with the money belts themselves, but those of us who tended to be aware of the threat of theft and actively took precautions were robbed less. Be aware, and you'll enjoy your travels.