If you’re on the lookout for a slim, lightweight version of a traditional wallet that may be easily concealed, and blocks RFID signals, this hidden trip wallet is a great option.
With two belt loops, You’ll be able to attach either the brown or black loop to your belt so that it blends in, and then tuck the wallet inside your pants so thieves aren’t able to easily snatch it. You’ll be able to wear it on the side of your hip, along your thigh, or wherever it feels most comfortable.
Constructed of lightweight nylon material, it feels smooth against your skin, and the anti-moisture TravelDry fabric helps prevent you and your belongings from getting sweaty. More importantly, then again, it protects you against electronic identity theft and pickpocketing.
With a lining to specifically prevent unauthorized scans of your credit cards and passport, the RFID-blocking material will be sure that your personal information won’t be taken without your knowledge.
The three inner compartments keep you organized so You’ll be able to pack your change, cash, driver’s license, credit card, and the like. You’ll be able to use it whether you’re traveling in a foreign country or going to the convenience store.
Keep your valuables out of sight – and yet still easily accessible to you – with the anti-theft belt wallet today.
SECURITY AGAINST MODERN THREATS – A modern trip wallet, the Lewis N. Clark anti-theft hidden belt wallet is made with RFID-blocking technology, protecting you against electronic pickpocketing and identity theft
BUILT TO LAST – With strong rip-stop nylon and a self-repairing zipper, it makes for an ultra-light yet safe solution to keep your valuables safely hidden
UNDERCOVER SAFETY – The ultra-slim design helps keep a low profile under your clothes, and secures your belongings from potential thieves
TRAVELDRY TECHNOLOGY – The special TravelDry fabric wicks away moisture as well as resists odors, mildew, and shrinking, keeping you comfortable whilst on the move
IDEAL FOR THE ESSENTIALS – Fits IDs, credit cards, currency, coins, and other small necessities