Money belts for travel?

Lilly says:

I will be travelling in Europe for the next five months and I was wondering if anyone would recommend the travel belts that you keep under your clothes. I know pickpocketing is a great issue, and I do want my valuables to be safe, but would a...

abercrombeegurl4 says: I would definitely recommend one. Backpacks are very easy to open without you noticing or can be cut into. My mother had her purse sliced open with a razor on a busy subway in Italy and she never...

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Stop the pickpockets with this belt

Stashbelt helps hide your emergency supply of cash and copies of essential travel documents ... of security knowing that your belt doubles as a portable vault. Unlike a purse or wallet, however, getting to your money on a regular basis isn’t easy.

Bellroy's Passport Sleeve Gives You Easy, Stylish Access to All Your Travel Docs

You know those travel money belts that look super dorky? Only people who wear socks with sandals use those and they're not even that convenient. The sleek Bellroy Passport Sleeve is a much better option, and it has room for everything you need on your next ...

Best ways to carry money while traveling

Smart money-managing tips while traveling include having a dedicated travel wallet that carries just the basics ... accessories have come a long way since neck pouches and money belts came onto the scene. Though those classics are still in ...

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