Fanny Pack - vintage, for women, men, festival, pattern, bag, hip bag, thigh, waist, bum, designer, Travel, gifts, couples, accessories.

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Fanny pack is the ultimate accessory for people on the go. And this waist bag has everything—the right size, a small inside pocket, and adjustable straps—to become your favorite fashion item if you're going to a festival, getting ready for a vacation, or just like to keep your hands free.

• 100% polyester
• Fabric weight: 9.91 oz/yd² (336 g/m²)
• Dimensions: H 6.5'' (16cm), W 13'' (33cm), D 2¾'' (7cm)
• Water-resistant material
• Top zipper with 2 sliders
• Small, customizable inner pocket without zipper
• Silky lining, piped inside hems
• 1¼'' wide adjustable straps with plastic strap regulators



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Here are some fanny pack fact I bet you did not know:


Fanny Packs. ... Fanny packs were simple zippered pouches wrapped around the waist like a belt. By 1988, they were everywhere, although not every manufacturer called it a fanny pack. But whatever name you called it, they were on the waists of teenagers and adults alike.

So When Can You Use a Fanny Pack Today?

Fanny packs never really disappeared completely, and even today you may see people—even celebrities—wearing them. In fact, some fanny packs today are actually rather tasteful, but there are still some versions in neon if you really want to go back to the past.

If you are a cyclist, then it’s ok to wear them. Practicality and functionality always wins out when you’re on your bicycle, which is why people wear helmets and pads even though they may look a bit dorky. Besides, bikes are inherently cool anyway.


If you are a tourist, then you should consider them. Your hands are probably going to be busy either shopping or taking pictures, and a fanny pack keeps your stuff safe. As for your fashion creds, no one really knows you where you are in the place you’re visiting anyway, so who cares?

Actually, “who cares” is a really cool attitude to take. Who cares if other people don’t like it? This is actually one of those attitudes that show authentic coolness. If you find them useful, then in a way they can also be cool. If you simply like the idea of the 80s or have lived through it, then wearing fanny packs is one way to honor that wonderful decade. Either way, if you feel comfortable with a fanny pack then there’s no one to stop you from wearing one.


My use:
I use it when I walk my dogs. I have my phone there, my glasses, a small water bottle, poop bags, a small emergency kit if the dogs cut their paws or other parts of their body (we hike in the woods where sharp rocks and branches can accidentally cut their bodies). In the summer I wear two, one the front one on the back. I have an extra one for my dog's water bottles.


I use fanny packs when I travel for my valuables, phone, wallet, passport etc. It will be very difficult for someone to steal a fanny back off someone's waist. It's is always on my waist, I will never set it down like a bag or purse so it is secure. I have never had a problem losing anything using a fanny pack. I think security over fashion and coolness.

I bet this is coming back soon as a fashion but not in the neon colors!
Fanny pack is the ultimate accessory for people on the go. And this waist bag has everything—the right size, a small inside pocket, and adjustable straps—to become your favorite fashion item if you're going to a festival, getting ready for a vacation, or just like to keep your hands free.

• 100% polyester
• Fabric weight: 9.91 oz/yd² (336 g/m²)
• Dimensions: H 6.5'' (16cm), W 13'' (33cm), D 2¾'' (7cm)
• Water-resistant material
• Top zipper with 2 sliders
• Small, customizable inner pocket without zipper
• Silky lining, piped inside hems
• 1¼'' wide adjustable straps with plastic strap regulators



*****************
Here are some fanny pack fact I bet you did not know:


Fanny Packs. ... Fanny packs were simple zippered pouches wrapped around the waist like a belt. By 1988, they were everywhere, although not every manufacturer called it a fanny pack. But whatever name you called it, they were on the waists of teenagers and adults alike.

So When Can You Use a Fanny Pack Today?

Fanny packs never really disappeared completely, and even today you may see people—even celebrities—wearing them. In fact, some fanny packs today are actually rather tasteful, but there are still some versions in neon if you really want to go back to the past.

If you are a cyclist, then it’s ok to wear them. Practicality and functionality always wins out when you’re on your bicycle, which is why people wear helmets and pads even though they may look a bit dorky. Besides, bikes are inherently cool anyway.


If you are a tourist, then you should consider them. Your hands are probably going to be busy either shopping or taking pictures, and a fanny pack keeps your stuff safe. As for your fashion creds, no one really knows you where you are in the place you’re visiting anyway, so who cares?

Actually, “who cares” is a really cool attitude to take. Who cares if other people don’t like it? This is actually one of those attitudes that show authentic coolness. If you find them useful, then in a way they can also be cool. If you simply like the idea of the 80s or have lived through it, then wearing fanny packs is one way to honor that wonderful decade. Either way, if you feel comfortable with a fanny pack then there’s no one to stop you from wearing one.


My use:
I use it when I walk my dogs. I have my phone there, my glasses, a small water bottle, poop bags, a small emergency kit if the dogs cut their paws or other parts of their body (we hike in the woods where sharp rocks and branches can accidentally cut their bodies). In the summer I wear two, one the front one on the back. I have an extra one for my dog's water bottles.


I use fanny packs when I travel for my valuables, phone, wallet, passport etc. It will be very difficult for someone to steal a fanny back off someone's waist. It's is always on my waist, I will never set it down like a bag or purse so it is secure. I have never had a problem losing anything using a fanny pack. I think security over fashion and coolness.

I bet this is coming back soon as a fashion but not in the neon colors!

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