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Product Description

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Fanny Waist Pack Belt Bag for Men amp; Women

--When you’re running outdoors, it can be difficult to carry your necessary items with you If without a place to carry them.

--Hua angel running waist pack is the ideal way to carry items like your phone or keys. Our Running Belts keep items accessible but allow you to run without the burden of carrying them in your hand.

--Whether you're a dedicated hiker or need an easy way to take your devices to the gym, you'll love how conveniently this waist pack fits into your lifestyle.

--Fit for almost all people - As a fanny pack, waist bag, bum bag, hip pack bag, chest bag, belt bag, etc.

--Used in various occasions, this fanny pack is perfect for anyone, such as cyclists, runners, trainers, campers, hikers, climbers, and hunters.

Multifunctional Waist Pack

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Multifunctional Fanny Belt Bag

  • Made of high quality fabric which is water-resistant.

  • Fanny pack features the sturdy and smooth zippers closure.

  • The fanny pack straps have a sturdy side-release buckle so you are extra secure.

  • Provides a headphone port so you can put your phone in a zip pocket while listening to music and release your hands.

  • Fully adjustable waist belt, which extend up to 40". Fit for almost all people, and it can be used as a sling bag, single shoulder bag, bum bag, fanny pack.
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