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Great fanny pack, super useful....
Amerileather Leather Cell Phone/ Fanny Pack
Stay organized with this top grain cowhide leather fanny pack. The sleek design of this travel pack offers fashionable style while allowing you to keep your items safe. Choose from several color choices to suit your individual style.
ITEM#: 11569088This leather fanny pack can carry all of your needs inside its sleek, compact build. This travel bag is constructed of top grain cowhide leather.
- Fanny pack is perfect to carry your cell phone, camera, MP3 player and more
- Hidden rear-zip pocket
- Adjustable nylon waist strap extends up to 46 inches
- Available in dark brown, off-white and beige color options
|Color||Beige Brown Off-White|
|Dimensions||6 in. H x 5 in. W x 14 in. L|
|Materials||Top Grain Cowhide Leather|
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Great fanny pack, super useful.Read More
This fanny pack is very poor, although it would be perfect for my trail rides. The belt is too large for slim people. No matter, what I do, this fanny pack is never at the right place. I almost lost it one time, because it's too lose for me. The leather looks very cheap and probably won't last for a long time.Read More
I love it, but don't use it as often as I thought I would... it is so large that it is a bit bulky to wear shopping, but I love it for walking the dog and working outside... not only does it carry everything I need, but it is strong enough to loop the lease threw when I working outside to go hands free with dog.Read More
Attractive (though bulky), roomy for putting things, very ample room for cellphone, nice firm buckle. Received the wrong color but like the new one. I wear it over my blue pants, and the entire back of the ivory-colored fanny pack is now blue! (not good)Read More
LOVE IT . GETING LOTS OF WEAR OUT OF IT WILL BE WITH ME FOR LONG TIMERead More
Nice supple leather. Well constructed and should be durable. It looks good and it holds all I need to carry when I go flea marketing and garage sale shopping. The brown color is very attractive and I am thinking of ordering other colors as well. I am a bit plump and the belt adjusts to fit my waist comfortably and well. This item is well worth the price!Read More
This fanny pack came very quickly, is attractive and well-constructed. I believe it is overpriced compared to other retailers, but if you want a small fanny pack, you'll probably be pleased. I give it only two stars because it does not meet my needs at all and is not returnable. I purchased it after carefully reading all the reivews. I was looking for the largest fanny pack I could find for an extended trip. This pack is actually smaller than the one I am currently using. Other reviewers stated that it would hold a digital camera. I might be able to get a very small camera in this - but there would be room for nothing else. As far as holding the entire contents of a purse, well, it must have been a very small purse. The quality is good, but be aware that it is very small.Read More
I have gone through many fanny packs as I use them when going to the casino's. This one is the best yet. It is very sturdy and the leather is beautiful. I got it in brown and it is a rich color brown. I am very pleased with this product. You can't go wrong on this one.Read More
The waist pack was ordered for my husband so it needed to be very hefty, very roomy and able to withstand alot of abuse. We think we've got a WINNER!! He is very pleased with the EXTRA room this pack has. It's taller than most and made of beautiful quality leather. The adjustable waist strap is very thick and sturdy. The zipper pulls are larger than most brands so they are easier to grasp. The cell phone pocket is deeper than other packs.also. My husband can fit his cell phone and a pocket calculator in it. The rich dark brown color is very masculine. We feel this is an excellent product for a very low price.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello baba222, 2.2 x 1 x 4.5 inches. This will only fit i-phone 4 or 4 s not i-phone 6. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
Is it compatable for small automatic pistol
Thank you for your interest. It depends on the size of the pistol. Note the item dimensions and that of the pistol you have in mind. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
What does the inside look like? Does it have credit card slots? Does it have any pockets inside?
This leather fanny pack has seven zipped pockets and is a perfect waist bag for your cell phone, palm pilot, camera and much more. Hidden rear zip-pocket with adjustable nylon waist strap, extending up to 46" waist. It is lined in the same color fabric inside.
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