Anti-Theft Classic Hobo Bag
Status: In stock
Roomy main compartment with pockets for organization
- RFID blocking card and passport slots
- Main compartment locks with lobster claw clasp
- Adjustable cable-reinforced cut-proof shoulder strap
- Bag attaches to chair for added security
- Front zipper pocket
Stylish and Secure. This Anti-Theft Hobo Bag from Travelon® features hidden, slash-proof, Chain Link construction, and an adjustable, cable-reinforced, cut-proof shoulder strap to protect your belongings from pick-pockets and thieves. The roomy main compartment locks securely closed and the the hidden caribiner allows you to secure your bag to a post or chair to prevent passersby from a grab and go theft.
- Perfect sized Hobo but I have ??? Review by CA Shoegal
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Zipper locks with a hook at the top. I really liked it with just a few questions and observations. It has a metal ring which I discovered you can hook your thumb through for security, but you must use your left thumb due to placement. You could also hook a bottle of water to it for easy access. The outside pocket does not "lock." You can pull it up to the clip but it doesn't hang totally flat if you do. Also, I would never carry my purse in a big city with the zipper pocket showing, but I am unable to find a picture on the website of the wire net inside and if it goes all the way up the back on the non-zippered side. By feel it does not seem to go to the top of the bag on the non zipper side while it seems to on the zipper side. What keeps a thief from slashing it in the middle or the top?
Love the outside pocket. I would just have that side towards my body. EXTRA EXTRA long adjustable strap (with wire reinforcement) means that taller/larger people can easily use this as a cross body bag. It goes really long if you want. Weight of my items bothered my neck by the end of the day -not the purses fault. Very light weight nylon canvas. I bought black, but would have liked a DARK taupe or colors for summer.
This is my favorite shaped purse. (Posted on 7/3/2013)