Eastern Mountain Sports Travel Waist Pack Small

Priced: $14.98 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Eastern Mountain Sports Travel Waist Pack Small
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Eastern Mountain Sports Travel Waist Pack Small - Keep essentials handy, organized and secure.


  • Made with sturdy 610D HP Cordura polyester


  • 1.5 in. wide waist belt; fits up to 44 in. waists


  • Padded back panel rests comfortably against your body


  • Sturdy YKK zippers
  • Easy-to-access front zip pocket


  • Large main compartment with detachable key clip, zippered mesh pocket, and sleeve pocket
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Carry-on Compatible:Yes
Dimensions:8 x 5.5 x 3.5 in.
Measures:8 x 5.5 x 3.5 in.
Pack Fabric (Primary):610D HP Cordura polyester, 1220D HP Cordura polyester
Torso Length:N/A
Type:Waist packs
Volume:120 cu. in.
Weight:6.5 oz.
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Eastern Mountain Sports Travel Waist Pack Small Reviews:


useful and convenient

I carry this over one shoulder, across my torso (I'm *very* glad the belt expands far enough for this). It holds my glasses, medicines, ID, iPod, and other daily necessities. I bought it to replace a medium-size EMS Travel Fanny Pack, no longer available, that just plain wore out after 4-5 years of daily use. Alas, it doesn't hold as much as the old pack did, and the big model is too big for me. And I miss the older one's front outside no-zipper elastic net pocket, where I could keep a transit token easily available.
thnidu at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2010

Fanny Pack

The angle is good.