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Water bottle pocket belt/pack

Water bottle pocket belt/pack

Regular price $44.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $44.00 USD
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So colorful and so convenient! This attractive pack has a pocket for a water bottle and another for your phone, coin purse, etc. It's designed for a 38" to 48" waist, but you can get a smaller fit by letting one or two of the snaps hang loose. Assorted colors and designs.

Silhouette:  hip pack, pocket pack

Tech Compatibility:  iPhone® 7

Exterior Material:  recycled fabrics

Exterior Details:  1 flap pocket, 1 water bottle pocket

Flap Pocket Details:  snap closure, zippered pocket on the back of the flap, zip top pocket with corte lining

Water Bottle Pocket Details:  drawstring top, padded corte bottom

Belt:  51" adjustable snap belt, inside zippered pocket

Note:  Recycled fabric items are one-of-a-kind pieces. Though some may be similar, no two are exactly alike. The pictures on our website represent a small sampling of the various designs. Items shown may no longer be available.

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