Dimok Water Resistant Runner’s Belt Fanny Pack Review

Dimok Water Resistant Runner’s Belt Fanny Pack Review

Photo: Diksha Basu

I’m afraid I’ve taken to wearing a waist pack. Are they still called fanny packs? For elegance, I’ll stick to calling it a waist pack.

After years of envying people who could leave the house with their hands free, basic necessities stuffed into pockets, I finally resorted to a waist pack. I’m not quite trendy enough to wear a bulky one as a Fashion Statement, so I found this streamlined flat neoprene one on Amazon that I can hide under a somewhat loose shirt. But it actually looks quite nice and is available in an array of colors if you want it visible.

Photo: Diksha Basu

I find myself wearing it even if I’m also carrying a purse with larger items because my purses are often open, and anyone on the train or any crowded space can quite easily reach in and take whatever they want — so at least I know my most valuable belongings are secured closer to my body. When I reach my destination, if I don’t want the waist pack visible, I take it off and fold it compactly into my purse. It’s a wearable wallet, really.

But when I don’t need anything larger on me, I’ve become one of those people I envied who can saunter out of the house, arms swinging freely, ready to quite literally tackle whatever the day might throw at me.

Dimok Water-Resistant Runner’s Belt Fanny Pack – Black

$9

$9


at Amazon

Buy

$10


at Walmart

Buy


Dimok Water-Resistant Runner’s Belt Fanny Pack – Blue

$10

$10


at Amazon

Buy

$10


at Amazon

Buy


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