Patagonia Travel Belt

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Heavy-duty webbing belt with a never-slip buckle and a hidden pocket for the most valuable valuables. Our most versatile belt, made for venturous souls who find themselves in unexpected places. Light and flexible, it keeps your pants adhered and your valuables securely hidden. Made from fast-drying, heavy-duty, 1.5-inch-wide nylon webbing with a zippered, 19-inch-long stealth pocket to hold your cash, a key and a love note from home. With a no-slip, forged aluminum buckle that turns your belt into an emergency lash strap.

- Ramsey Outdoor

The traveler's ace - keeps your pants adhered and your valuables securely hidden. Made from fast-drying, heavy duty webbing with a zippered, 19-inch stealth pocket to hold your cash, key and a love note from home. With a no-slip anodized buckle that turns your belt into an emergency lashing strap.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Patagonia Travel Belt DECENT FEATURES of the Patagonia Travel Belt Nylon fabric is quick drying and doubles as an emergency lash strap Hidden zippered pocket for valuables Forged aluminum buckle is lightweight and strong Anodized, anti-corrosive finish on buckle The SPECS Weight: 4.7 oz / 133 g Adjustable fit Fabric: 1.5in. nylon webbing This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Patagonia Travel Belt

previously retailed for:
$20.23 - $29.00

The Patagonia Travel Belt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2013 at Ramsey Outdoor.

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