Micro Travel Bag - 7-in-1 - Unisex


Micro Travel Bag - 7-in-1 - Unisex

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Micro Travel Bag - 7-in-1 - Unisex

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Tired of toting around a heavy bag that gives you neck and back pain?
A bag you have to rifle through to dig out just about anything?
A bag that sets you up as a target when you travel?

Or, are you someone who, instead, crams your vitals -- credit cards, money -- into a fat wallet or cell phone case that you have to dig out of your pocket (or bag) where more rifling ensues?

Atta-Bag is for those women or men who travel the world or their neighborhood, going from home to work to night spot, who want to be hands free. It’s simple, stylish and low-profile. In fact, you can think of it as the antidote to the fanny bag or fanny pack that labels you as a tourist. 

This unique uni-sex micro travel bag can be worn seven different ways, including over the shoulder, slung low around the waist or looped through a belt. It's a far cry from the geeky fanny pack that can label you as a tourist. It's designed to carry all your vitals, the items -- cell phone, credit cards, driver's license and so forth -- you can't live without.

Women travelers can think of it as a fashion waist bag or a micro sized travel fanny pack that isn't!

FEATURES:

  • Polyester Exterior with RipStop Lining
  • Gold-plated Hardware
  • Velcro and Zippered closures
  • 8 Credit Card-sized slots
  • Passport Pocket
  • Cell Phone Pocket
  • 2 Currency Holders
  • Transparent slot for Identification card
  • Pocket for holding smaller Incidentals (Lip Balm, Change, etc)
  • Expandable Pocket for larger Incidentals (Makeup, Compass, etc)
  • Can be worn 7 different ways to compliment any outfit.

10% of annual net profits will go toward supporting the efforts of She's The First, a non-profit that sponsors girls’ education in 11 low-income countries (including Nepal, Guatemala and Sierra Leone) with the goal of creating first-generation graduates and the next generation of global leaders. (After all, I’m a first-generation graduate of Barnard College, and a former educator.) I couldn't be happier to partner with this inspiring organization that has made it their mission to increase the number of female graduates around the world.