Once I arrive at my destination, I prefer when possible to go sightseeing without lugging around too much gear. With the Go Caddy Water Bottle Holder (4: x 10”), I can access must have items within easy reach. In the main packet, I can fit a water bottle that's up to 1.5 liter in size. A water bottle cooler sleeve keeps condensation from gathering on the bottle so the caddy doesn't get soggy. A pleated deep front pocket with a flapped Velcro closure and an additional hideaway interior pocket keeps a credit card, drivers license, money and other essentials secure. An elastic back pouch holds my reading glasses, smartphone and a small map. A side metal clip can hold my keys while an additional D ring can be used to secure any additional small items. The 1" x 54" adjustable strap enables me to to wear this caddy over my shoulder or sling style. Should the caddy get dirty en route, the microfiber fabric with a rubber backing cleans easily with a damp washcloth. At the end of my trip, the caddy will flat in my luggage, so it can easily be stowed away.
For those times when I want to go for a walk on the beach or hit the hotel pool, the SPIbelt™ is a sleek belt with a small pouch that can hold a few key items like my keys, smartphone, credit card and drivers license. This belt looks much more fashionable than a fanny pack and it will stay in place while working out. The belt fits waist sizes 25” to 50,” so it will fit most people.
If you feel the need for a bit more space but want a durable no fuss travel bag, check out the Keen Emerson Travel Bag (Cross Hatch). This bag is made with variegated polyester fabric, which gives the bag the look of natural fibers while the synthetic fibers repel water and make the bag very easy to clean. A front organizer, drop pockets, a rear exterior pocket and a roomy interior can hold all your essential gear with extra space for added items like magazines and snacks that come in handy for a long train or bus ride.