Passport Wallets

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  1. Gomer

    Gomer New Member

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    I'll be traveling out of the country quite a bit in the next month and I'm searching for a few good options when it comes to carrying my Passport.

    I'm not a fan of bulky wallets (currently have a non-fold wallet, 2 cards on one side, ID on the other and cash in the middle). Basically eliminating all excess BS in the wallet.

    What I'm looking for: Carries my Passport, another form of ID, 2 Cards in a good looking, minimalistic format.

    :rofl: I already tried Abercrombie. :rofl:
     
  2. idesofmarch

    idesofmarch New Member

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    I use a thin money belt to hold my passport and most of my cash and then a money clip with a card pocket to hold my id/CCs and spending money for the day. Keeping the passport in the money belt is safer imo.

    But that's just because I've seen first hand how big of a pain it is to get a new passport when yours gets stolen Friday night, your flight leaves Sunday morning and the consulate doesn't open until Monday.
     
  3. ihaveanevilplan

    ihaveanevilplan Everybody wake up, wake up, it's time to get down Moderator

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    when i went to Europe, i used a money belt too
     
  4. NightyNight

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    fanny pack, please.
     
  5. idesofmarch

    idesofmarch New Member

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    Lol not a fanny pack. It's just a regular belt with zipper on the inside which can fit money and cards and stuff. Mine has a little pouch type thing sewn on it that folds over the top of the waist band and into your pants thats big enough to hold a passport. At first I thought it would be uncomfortable but as long as you don't wear anything skin tight it's unnoticeable in every way.
     
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    How do you fit a Passport in a money belt...

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  7. idesofmarch

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    See the post above, they make them with a cloth pouch that folds over the waist band and tucks into your pants. I got mine for a gift but I'm sure if you find some sort of travel type stores you'll be able to find one.
     
  8. ihaveanevilplan

    ihaveanevilplan Everybody wake up, wake up, it's time to get down Moderator

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    not that kind of money belt
     
  9. ihaveanevilplan

    ihaveanevilplan Everybody wake up, wake up, it's time to get down Moderator

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    more like this..tucks under your waistband/under your shrit

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    Ah that makes much more sense. I'll have to try one out, but I would still rather have a wallet style for front pocket.

    Just me being picky as hell but KEEP THE SUGGESTIONS COMING. I appreciate them all.
     
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