Go hands-free with these artistic belt bags and transform your bag game this season.
The belt bag trend is an extension of the bulky fanny pack style of the past but these days, the hip pouches that can be worn cinched around the waist or left resting loosely around your hip are designed so beautifully, you can’t help but to want to wear them all the time.
These belt bags from symbolika are an instant visual-magnet. With a vision of inspire and get inspired, symbolika crafts highly unique, experimental visionary and psychedelic artworks inspired by shamanic experiences, infused with elements from spirituality and nature since 2001. Their belt bag designs are a visual delight!
With over 10 pockets including 4 secret pockets and an adjustable velcro belt, it makes for the perfect companion for travelling. There are dedicated pockets for passport, credit card, cash and mobile phone — talk about real compartmentalization! And the primary pocket can expand for easy access. Unique, comfortable and practical, their hip pouches are quite literally HIP.
While the pictures show a guy wearing the waist bags, I’m pretty sure they’re a versatile waist belt option for both genders. I love the intricate designs on these canvas belt bags as they are eye-catching and do make you pause and marvel. I hope you will enjoy looking at them.
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