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Product description

Color:Midnight

This lightweight cross-body bucket bag is very comfortable to wear, it offers a slash proof strap that can be attached to a post or table with ease. Great size for carrying everyday items as well as a small iPad or reader. The front and main locking comparments offer slash proof construction for peace of mind along with the RFID reader blocking card slots. The outside mesh panels easily store a water bottle and umbrella.


From the manufacturer

Lock-down StrapsLock-down Straps

Lock-down Straps

Helps prevent grab-and-go thieves from dashing off with your bag. Strap lock secures bag to a stationary object or chair.

Locking CompartmentsLocking Compartments

Locking Compartments

Helps prevent pickpockets from getting into your bag. Locking zippered pulls secure your bag contents.

Slash-resistant Body and StrapsSlash-resistant Body and Straps

Slash-resistant Body and Straps

Helps prevent slash-and-grab theft in busy areas with a slash-resistant mesh barrier in all 4 sides and bag bottom panel.

RFID Blocking PocketsRFID Blocking Pockets

RFID Blocking Pockets

Helps prevent against electronic identity theft with RFID blocking card slots and passport pockets.

Lock-down StrapsLock-down Straps

Locking CompartmentsLocking Compartments

Slash-resistant Body and StrapsSlash-resistant Body and Straps

RFID Blocking PocketsRFID Blocking Pockets

Travelon Anti-Theft Cross-Body Bucket Bag, Midnight, One Size -

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