Fanny packs have been resurrected, and they are here to stay.
Designers are tripping over each other trying to present the best, most expensive fanny pack on the runway.
From fashionistas to soccer moms, women are in love with the little bags – again.
Fanny packs are comfortable. Of course, shoulder bags serve the same hands-free purpose, without the ease and comfort of wearing.
They can cause shoulder and back pain.
The adjustable strap goes around your waist and feels like it’s barely there.
It’s convenient to wear a fanny pack to carry necessities such as keys, money, pen, cell phone, important documents, medicines, and more.
Rather than the aggravation of hauling a tote bag or heavy purse, the fanny pack holds all your essentials.
It’s easier to find your stuff in a small fanny pack than a purse or backpack, especially when you need to pay with a credit card or show your driver’s license when paying by check.
Walking along crowded streets, watching an outside concert, dancing in a club are just a few places where you’re at the mercy of pickpockets.
Since it’s attached to your body, you won’t lose this bag or forget it somewhere.
You can buy fanny packs that are constructed from material that is slash-resistant.
Wear your bag in front.
Thieves have a better opportunity to cut-and-run if you wear it in the back.
Concealed Weapon Fanny Packs
Concealed weapon fanny packs are ideal for carrying your handgun with you.
You can get to your weapon quickly and easily in an emergency. It is also a comfortable way to carry a concealed weapon.
Traveling doesn’t get easier than this.
Your fanny pack keeps your hands free, keeps your passport, boarding pass, etc. on your body, and keeps your pockets empty.
Chemo Fanny Packs
The medical profession is using fanny packs for their chemo patients.
A small pump that dispenses chemo meds is put into a fanny pack.
Tubing connects the pump to the port in the cancer patient’s chest.
The fanny pack is comfortable to wear and protects the pump and chemo medicine.
Fanny Packs Here to Stay
Fanny packs got a bad rap in the 1990s.
The fashion faux pas was labeled “stupid looking”, “dorky” and “uncool.”
Now, fanny packs are back, cooler than ever, and they are here to stay.