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Travelon Anti-Theft Classic Crossbody Bag

$76.99 $67.99
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Product Description

Tour town, country, or continent with your essentials neatly and securely stowed in the Travelon Anti-Theft Cross-Body Bag. This pickpocket-proof bag is constructed from heavy-duty, lightweight and water-resistant nylon and boasts hidden slash-proof wire mesh and a cable-reinforced, cut-proof shoulder strap.

Features

  • Locking main compartment includes pockets and card slots
  • Front smart phone pocket, 2 front flap pockets and a locking zipper pocket
  • Adjustable cut-proof shoulder strap attaches to post or chair
  • Rear zip pocket
  • Removable LED light
  • Slash-Proof Body Panels: Innovative slash-proof bags contain reinforced panels made from flexible high-tech chainlink stainless steel mesh to counter any attempt at slashing. 
  • Locking Compartments: Equip with its own pickpocket-proof locking compartments and you will never need to worry about this common crime.
  • Slash-proof Straps: Designed with armored slash-proof straps to safeguard your personal items, so you can focus on your sightseeing or business priorities.
  • RFID Blocking Slots

Details

  • Material: 900 D. Nylon
  • Warranty: 5 Year Limited Warranty

Size & Weight Chart:

SKUDimensionsStrap LengthStrap Drop LengthWeight
4237314.5 x 12 x 1.5 in
36.8 x 30.5 x 3.8 cm
26 to 49 in
66 to 124 cm
14 to 28 in
36 to 71 cm
0.8 lbs
0.35 kg

Product Video

  • Anti-Theft Classic Crossbody from Travelon® #42373
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Store Location

Metropolis at Metrotown
225-4820 Kingsway
(main level near The Bay)
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Store Hours

Monday - Saturday: 10 am - 9 pm
Sunday & Holidays: 11 am - 7 pm
Closed Christmas Day