BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

Recommended ID & Document holder

This comes up a lot.  What do we use to carry our passports, boarding passes, etc.  I found this a couple of years ago, and now, it's the only item I use for all of our papers, including our cash.  It's from Maxpedition. I posted the video because that gives you a better idea of what the item can do.  The only thing I changed, was the neck cord. I found it biting, so Imswapped it out for an old camera strap I had laying around.  I bought one for each of us, but I really only need one for both of us on any given cruise.  Hope this helps.

 

http://youtu.be/dklfFZoeYPM

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cruznjan
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

I have a travel wallet that can hold my boarding pass, passport and other travel related items. I also have a neck carrier in which I keep my passport card for domestic air travel. I lost my driver's license once after taking out of my wallet and apparently dropping it somewhere.

dmblex8899
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

I have a purse about that size that I use.  I keep everything with me until time to board and then I hand to all family member traveling with me.  Thats the mom in me. Big Smile

Ewoodspark
Contributor Level: Captain

Looks far to bulky for my liking. Reminds me of the identity details that are worn by people who consider themselves to be important at festivals or concerts or what the young children were forced to wear when they were being evacuated to the country at the time of World War 2.

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

I agree with Ewoodspark this is far too bulky for me.  I use something similar, though.  What I use is bulky enough.  This would be too hard to conceal under clothing while traveling. 

BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

Bulky ?  Depends what you put in it.  One good thing is it ties around your waist for security.  

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

I like that feature.  I also like the different color.  If I ever need a new one, I would consider it.  My travel company usually gives me the ones that I have now so I have a few in black and blue already. TSA always wants you to remove it from around your neck.

 

 

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