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Amerileather Top-grain Cowhide Leather Fanny Pack with 40-inch Belt
Keep your hands free and your belongings stored safely away with one of these leather fanny packs. This unisex pouch is made of fashionable cowhide leather and features a spacious main section and an extra zipper pocket in the front.
ITEM#: 954415Stride along with both hands free, everything you need tucked safely and fashionably away in one of these luxurious genuine leather fanny packs. This cowhide leather unisex pouch with surprisingly spacious main section features additional front zippered pocket and a security pocket in the back for valuables.
The rustic, cowboy-era style of the pouch sets it apart from the rest. Three zippered compartments provide organization and spaciousness to the pouch while maintaining a durable but lightweight feel. The 40-inch webbed strap is sturdy and attaches using a snap buckle, and this pouch is available in black, chocolate brown or espresso brown.
- Lightweight and comfortable, you probably won't even feel the pack while wearing one
- Sturdy webbing strap closes via a snap buckle
- Three zippered compartments
- Belt measures 40 inches
|Dimensions||12 in. x 3 in. x 5.5 in.|
|Materials||Top grain cowhide leather|
|Color||Beige Black Blue Brown Green Grey Multi Off-White Red Yellow|
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Best service fast to my door and the price the best wea for work Thanks,Read More
I had looked for a butt bag a week before and found some that were almost twice as expensive and the same quality. Great value for the price and great quality product!!Read More
I know fanny packs aren't in style these days, but when it comes to carrying just billfold, smart phone, and keys, I have no desire to carry a purse. This works so well for those occasions and for taking the dog for a walk, etc. Three zippered compartments and an adjustable waist belt.Read More
It is a good fanny pack if you are only carrying small non bulky items. Several bulky items tend to spread out the size of the pouches and make it more difficult to get things in and out. The belt gets wrinkled after several uses. quality of leather is good. With money ,some credit cards, a few keys. comb,it is a very good buy .Read More
I like everything about this pack, the leather, the layout etc. My only problem is that I carry too much and yes, there are things I just can't get in there. Nonetheless I use it a lot. I would recommend it to anyone who is not an overstuffer like me.Read More
I actually like this fanny pack alot. It is quality leather, looks expensive and is the perfect size for grabbing a wallet and your keys and running out to the store or to the laundery mat or to store valuables in while working out at the gym. I can get all my essentials in it though it would not work for a vacation if you wanted your fanny pack to hold a camera, a cell phone and other objects. So if you want a hands free working environment, then order it. For a hands free vacation, something larger might be better. Finally, I think this fanny pack would be a good supplement to a backpack. Most of us use one but it is really inconvenient to haul it off our backs every time we need a wallet or keys. So use the backpack for everything else and use this little fanny pack for a wallet and other essentials . . . and with so many colors you can match all your clothes!! Bonus: it can be worn by either a male or a female.Read More
Quality leather, price was right, nice choice of colors but has very little room. Kept it as I couldn't see wasting postage and a restocking fee. Limited expansion regarding adjustable belt.Read More
I ordered two of these to use at the casino. Worked well. Not alot of room so order a bigger size if you want to carry glasses, a cell phone and anything else. Nice looking. Good colors.Read More
I ordered the wine color, and like it immensely. It holds the essentials, and leaves hands free. It is great for use in shopping, or in a casino.Read More
I bought this to hold, money, keys and camera while away on vacation and it held everything perfectly. I especially like the extra compartments in front and back.Read More
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Hello WVbuyer, the top zipper is approximately 9 inches. Have a great day!
How wide is the belt? Will it fit through normal belt loops on jeans?
Hello bed1959, The belt measures 40 inches long and approximately one inch wide. Thank you for shopping with us!
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