Lewis N. Clark Stash Wallets

Keep your money and important documents organized and safe.

MSRP

$18

Technical Details

Material

TravelDry® fabric

Dimensions

8 x 5.5 in

Pockets

2 zip and 2 sleeve with ID window

RFID Blocking

yes, 13.56MHz

Pros

  • Secure
  • Plenty of compartments
  • Comfortable

Cons

  • Inconvenient for quick-access

Why We Like It

I know a money belt is one of the least-fashionable items you can own, and they most certainly oust you as a tourist anywhere you go. However, after experiencing the stress of several close-calls involving pick-pocketers, and friends' credit card information stolen remotely, I now won't travel without one. Most RFID wallets are the same, but I like the Lewis N. Clark wallets because it's super lightweight, constructed of durable TravelDry material so the contents don't get sweaty, and has an ID sleeve.

A quick note: I've found both the waist and neck styles are equally secure. I prefer the neck style because it's slightly larger and I don't want to be digging around in my pants every time I need to buy something.

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