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Yes. Actually, I own numerous types of money belts and pouches.

After using them for many years in Europe, Turkey and other high pickpocketing countries, I only use Pacsafe Coversafe X100 (if you buy one make sure it says X100). It's the best one period.

It has RFID blocking, but the best thing it has that none of the others had was a heavy duty slash proof strap.

All of my other money belts including the first one I purchased by Rick Steves started having a stretching problem, to the point I was afraid the strap would just tear one day or the cheap connection point would disconnect and my money belt fall off. It always worried me.

After buying the Coversafe X100, I don't think about it. And the connecting clasp is solid and recessed so it's a little hidden when wearing it.

I wear mine on my lower back under my shirt. I always layer and have another loose fitting shirt or sweater on top.

Whatever you do, just make sure you have several places on your body that you have money or credit cards, and find an old wallet to be your dummy wallet while out and about while shopping, etc. That's the wallet that will be the target of the area pickpocketers that follow you around without your knowledge. And the professional ones generally dress very nice.

Have a good trip!

*I've personally never been pickpocketed, and I think the only reason is that I wear money belts, wrist and underwear pouches, and also carry Pacsafe bags. However, I've been a target of pickpocketing and remote rfid skimming numerous times, but they failed. It has happen in Venice, London, Dubai, Istanbul etc. Go prepared!
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These are pretty great for theme parks. Currently I use the runner fanny packs that are water proof, but this looks like it would work the same.
It fits a phone, CC, ID, cash and the key to get back in my car all under my shirt and I don't have to worry about storing these things in a coaster locker or losing anything on the ride.
Besides that yea I wouldn't use it traveling...
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Slim fanny pack?
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Slim fanny pack?
It seems like you can tuck it under your shirt depending on how much things you put in it.
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A thrilling innovation in spaghetti storage!
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Slim fanny pack?
Yep. All the ridiculousness of a fanny pack, but with 1/3rd the usefulness/storage capacity.
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It seems like you can tuck it under your shirt depending on how much things you put in it.
It seems you can make yourself believe you won't look like an 80's tourist, depending on how many times you try to convince yourself it's true
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Thinking about buying this for work since I can't have pockets.
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Thinking about buying this for work since I can't have pockets.
What job doesnt allow you to have pockets... ?
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What job doesnt allow you to have pockets... ?
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Does it come with a tinfoil hat?
Yeah those mythical scam artists and old wives tales about criminals in America are getting old.
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Yeah those mythical scam artists and old wives tales about criminals in America are getting old.
In America it's hardly anything to worry about, honestly. Unless you live in a very, very densely populated city where this takes place. Even then, you're more likely to get mugged than you are to get farked by an RFID skimmer(not right word, but you get what I'm saying). It's a market that's grown largely on fear mongering, I'm sorry but it is.
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US mint. Cartel cash counters. Cocaine laboratory.
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These are pretty great for theme parks. Currently I use the runner fanny packs that are water proof, but this looks like it would work the same.
It fits a phone, CC, ID, cash and the key to get back in my car all under my shirt and I don't have to worry about storing these things in a coaster locker or losing anything on the ride.
Besides that yea I wouldn't use it traveling...
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