The Friendly Swede Money Belt Security Travel Pouch Review

Worried About Your Money and Passport When Traveling? Buy This

Buy it at Amazon: The Friendly Swede Money Belt Security Travel Pouch [Affiliate Link]

Takeaway: Wasn't sure I was going to like this money belt, but it actually turned out to be quite comfortable.

Due to its thin profile it conceals really well, even under just a t-shirt. The material on the front of the pouch is a nylon fabric like what a rain jacket would be made of. This makes it water resistant in wet or humid weather. It's also washable! The back has a thin foam layer as padding and a wicking material layer, like a soccer jersey, to draw sweat away from your body while wearing it. The waistband is elastic and soft, comparable to the waistband on most modern men's boxers in weight and texture. The belt should fit comfortably on waist sizes from 24" to 40".

There are three pockets in the inner pouch so you can separate your bills and cards and it's roomy enough in both the front and back zipper pouch to stow your passport. Even though passports tend to be rigid and stiff, you can barely feel it through the belt's padding and it's comfortable to go about with your usual activities without even remembering that it's there.

I don't recommend putting anything hard or bulky in it like your phone. You'll definitely feel it, and it may impede your comfort and movement. Plus there's no way to keep it inconspicuous when there's something thick in it, so that would defeat the purpose of using it as a discreet place to stow your items. The last thing to note is that, while water resistant, the money belt is not waterproof, so don't try an go swimming with it and expect the contents to stay dry!

All in all, this money belt is everything that I was hoping for in the product: comfortable, discreet and affordable.

Buy it at Amazon: The Friendly Swede Money Belt Security Travel Pouch [Affiliate Link]

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