I have a Baggallini wallet that converts to a purse or a fanny pack, dependent upon where you clip the strap.
If I’m flying somewhere, I usually convert it to a fanny pack.
My essentials – passport, money and phone – easily fit into this roomy, lightweight wallet. Since it’s not too big, it doesn’t add a lot of bulk to one’s waist – thankfully! Even though this is more attractive than a fanny pack, I’m not guaranteeing that one day you won’t see an X’d out picture of me in a fashion magazine under the “Don’t do!” category.
Occasionally, I turn it around and use it for lumbar support; I know that my belongings are safe, if/when I drift off to sleep.
When I arrive at my destination, my fanny pack becomes a wallet once again. I place it into my purse with the silver lining, and I’m ready to roam!
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