Designed to make your currency, documents, and other valuables easily retrievable, this classic money belt has an added layer of protection in the form of RFID-blocking technology. Special lining blocks unauthorized RFID scans, and the ultra-lightweight rip-stop nylon exterior makes for a strong yet low-profile security wallet, ensuring that your valuables stay hidden.
The back is padded with a special TravelDry fabric that quickly moves moisture away from the skin and dries fast, making it resistant to mildew, odors, and shrinking. Whether you're in a hot crowded subway, or spending all day at a summer festival, this material keeps you and your belongings from getting sweaty and sticky.
With two zippered compartments and two inner mesh pockets, you'll be able to carry all your belongings without worrying about the wallet in your back pocket or your purse being snatched away.
In the main compartment, you can store electronics such as smartphones as well as travel documents like passports and boarding passes. The other sections are ideal for smaller items such as credit cards, money, IDs, and receipts. This waist stash is closed securely with self-repairing zippers and the elastic belt can be extended up to 50in using the easily adjustable buckle.
You can be rest-assured that you will be safe from electronic pickpocketing and identity theft with this time-tested design.
Dimensions: 5in x 11in
Millions of credit cards, debit cards, and passports issued since 2006 are embedded with a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip that contains personal information. The technology was designed to let us bypass the standard requirements of scanning or checking in. However, electronic identity thieves have undermined the security of RFID products by devising scanners that read your personal information without you even realizing it. Blocking 13.56MHz frequencies, the standard for most credit cards and passports, items such as the RFID-Blocking Waist Stash have allowed individuals to protect themselves from electronic pickpocketing and identity theft.