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Introducing the Travel Money Belt

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The Travel Money Belt is a simple and clever way to discreetly carry cash, traveler's cheques and/or a photocopy of your passport. It's made of 1-1/4" / 32mm heavy nylon webbing with a simple plastic buckle, which means no moving parts to break. Concealed on the underside of the belt is a 20" / 500mm #3.5 YKK coil zipper with a plastic zipper slider. The pocket created by the zipper can hold up to 15 US $100 bills: three stacks of five bills, folded into thirds or quarters. Because the Travel Money Belt has no metal parts, you can wear it through some airport security checkpoints (not Advanced Imaging Technology, though.)

$20. In sizes Extra Small, Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large (want a bigger size? Email or call us and we'll make one for you.) Available for pre-order; ships by December 2nd.

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