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Black Leather Compact Anti-Theft Crossbody Organizer #5111

Black Leather Compact Anti-Theft Crossbody Organizer #5111

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Part Number:CL5111-
  • This very compact satchel is great for every day around town. It can be worn under a coat on the shoulder or cross body and has a comfy non-slip shoulder pad. Well thought out, it is compact while still having the capacity to essentials.
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Slice-proof adjustable 29" to 50" strap with a pair of steel cables and a slice proof panel in the gusset. Zipper security leash extends from the main compartment to secure the outside zippers. Supersize front zipper pocket with oversized lining for bulky objects with a double ended leash for keys and optional DayMaker wallet. This model includes an organizer on front (4 card slots, 1 drop in pocket, and a zipper pocket). Inside is a super-sized, pleated zipper pocket that is as tall and wide as the bag. Being organized is a key to being safe - the less you are searching the more you are aware of your surroundings. Dimensions: 5" x 9" x 3.5" , Weight: 13.1 oz. Material: Top grain cowhide, polyester lining - Any leather cleaner followed with conditioner is safe to use.
5 Stars
Great for quick trips and longer days.
With its built-in organizer and two deep inner pockets, this light, well-made bag can accommodate a lot of items. Mine holds credit cards, cash, change, keys, my DayMaker ID Wallet, a cellphone, a small voice recorder, a small camera (in the deep pocket), hand sanitizer, two small notepads, several pens and pencils and, there is still room for more. Even when it contains so many items, the bag is comfortable to carry, and the items do not jumble up. This small satchel is great for walks, quick trips into town or to the store, the movies, or even an evening out. I also carry it as a companion to my medium-sized convertible backpack: that way, I don't have to remove the backpack when I need change for the parking meter, a few dollars for a small purchase, or when my cellphone rings.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Georgia. on 9/14/2010