5 Pickpocket-proof items you should travel with

Different ways to avoid problem

Specially designed
Having our items stolen during our travel is something we all try to avoid. While there might be different ways to avoid this problem, one way to avoid this might be to travel with items that are specially designed to be pickpocket-proof. Based on this, we present to you five items you might be interested to take with you the next time you decide to embark on a journey.

1. Ruitbag backpack

The Ruitbag is a secure bag that only has zips against your back, making it very immune to opening when you are carrying it arroud.

2. Pacsafe wheeled luggage

Wheeled luggage makes it easy to move around without having the trouble of lifting a heavy load. This is especially useful during long travel such as those performed via flight. Since your luggage holds your most valuable items, it is important that it is as secure as possible. This is especially demonstrated with Pacsafe’s anti-theft technology and the trademark Roobar™ anchor lock.

3. Front pocket wallet

Having your wallet in your back pocket might make it a potential candidate for snatching, especially when your mind is so preoccupied with so many other things such as Google Maps during your travel. In such a case, you might want to consider using a wallet specially designed to fit into your front pocket for safe keeping.

4. Pickpocket-proof pants

In general, normal pants can just be exploited too easily, especially those that have slash pockets. During your travel, you might be more comfortable knowing your pants are completely pickpocket-proof so you do not need to check your pockets every 5 minutes just to ensure that everything is in place.

5. Chloe Glow Hoodie

Let us be frank, we all love hoodies and we wouldn’t mind traveling with them. But what if they can be much more than just hoodies? Chloe Glow Hoodie can not only provide you with comfort during your travel, but it can also store your smartphone, tablet, sunglasses, keys and it even has a way of holding your earphones so they do not get tangled up.


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