- Item Weight: 9.07 g
- Shipping Weight: 9.1 g
- Manufacturer reference: 43258-22642
- ASIN: B00HI2X9B0
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 6 2015
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,638 in Luggage & Bags (See Top 100 in Luggage & Bags)
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Travel Gear Undercover Leg Wallet By Marshal
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- For passport, cash and other valuables
- size: 14.5x20.5cm
- Three separate zip pockets
- adjustable strap fits all size.
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For passport, cash and other valuables, size: 14.5x20.5cm, Three separate zip pockets with adjustable strap
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The only thing I will note is that the strips of velcro are exactly the same width as the straps, so that can mean some *serious* chafing if you move the wrong way (which would be a dead giveaway that you have something under your pant leg, if you're constantly batting at it). What I did to remedy this not-so-slight annoyance, is to carefully trim the scratchy edges of the velcro, being careful to avoid cutting the stitching holding it on, and voilà: no more chafing & hours of almost unnoticeable wear.
The pockets are a good size, as specified. Be sure to take this with you in your carry-on & put it on in the airport bathroom wherever you land, since the zippers are metal. I wouldn't recommend actually wearing it while boarding a flight (unless you've always had the desire to see the inside of an interrogation room).
As another reviewer mentioned, the velcro edges are rather sharp. But I remedied that easily using small sharp scissors--I just gently trimmed it away so it wouldn't rub on my skin.
However, I loaned the wallet (permanently, it turns out) to a friend so I purchased this new one.
Seemed to be doing well with it, until following a walking tour in France and returning to our ship, I discovered the leg wallet zipper had opened due to a poor stitching job and I lost my wallet in the street.
Following a few frantic moments after returning to our ship (River Cruise), I was fortunate to get my wallet back from a member of our tour group who was at the back of our touring group and had happened upon a local looking at a wallet she had just picked up.