Leather Hip Bags
The Hip Bag is one of the most popular belts in our range for a goo...more
The Hip Bag provides a discreet, highly practical way to carry all your valuables and keep your hands free at the same time. This unisex belt is the newest addition to our range and is designed to fit through normal belt loops. The Hip Bag is one of the most popular belts in our range for a good reason; it provides plenty of storage space without appearing bulky. This belt is designed to sit on your thigh and expand when you have a lot of things to take out with you. This is the belt that is similar to Fiona's Fanny Pack on Burn Notice! Featuring: - Designated Cell Phone Pocket - provides quick access to your cell phone, blackberry, Ipod, etc (Width: 6cm/2.4" x Height: up to 13cm/5.1") - Rectangular Pocket - perfect for storing; music player, digital camera, notepad, tobacco and other items (Width: 8cm/3.5" x Height: up to 13cm/5.1") - 2x Inside zip (heavy-duty zips) pockets - perfect for storing; keys, money, tickets, wallet, head phones & other items (Width: 17.5cm/7" x Height: 15cm/5.75") - Hidden back zip (Fully-lined) pocket - perfect for storing; large bills, passport & other valuable items (Width: 15.2cm/6" x Height: 11.4cm/4.5") - Hidden velcro pocket in the seam of the belt - perfect for storing; coins, keys and other small items (Width: 8cm/3.1" x Height 3.5cm/1.4") - High-quality YKK zips. - Double-stitching - These Hip Bags are handmade from 100% recycled leather. Click here for more information on this process. Dimensions of actual pouch (Approximate) - Width: 19.5cm/7.7" x Height: 17cm/6.7" x Depth: 3cm/1.2" Each Happy Cow product is made from high-quality leather that has been sourced (as excess) from large furniture manufacturers.
This reminds me of a carpenter's belt but I think it would be SUPER sexy belted at an angle over a dress. I know it looks like a fannypack....but I'm seriously hoping it looks cool when I get it...
Couldn't live without my Hip Bag from Happy Cow!
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