By Briana Robles. Waist Packs. Published at Thursday, June 14th, 2018 - 17:39:43 PM.
Quick Tips for Traveling Light 1. Choose a lightweight and easy to carry bag, 2. Check weather report of the place you are going to travel. Put cloths according to its climatic condition, 3. Organize your packing space carefully and put items inside of other items to utilize maximum space, 4. Keep your sunglasses, hand lotion, ear plugs, snacks, lipsticks, toothbrush, comb, pen, water, medicines and other necessary items in the top of your bag or in a separate hand bag, 5. Keep your ID, visa, credit cards and money in a security pouch. Also keep some small currency in your pocket for little purchases.
There have, of course, been innovations over the past four decades, most notably a transition from the all-elastic running belts of the early eighties to the much more functional - and waterproof running waist bag of today. A lot of the current eras running belts weigh between 4-8 oz. These belts are generally built with an adjustable holster (for carrying water bottles) and one or more compartments (for keeping personal items padded and safe).
Obviously, this initial running belt came with its own limitations. The belts canteens were custom-made with foot-long tubes extending out of the lids - a concept which failed to account for the fact that most runners regulate their breathing, rendering it difficult to clamp down on a straw. Whats more, these tubes would inevitably wind up dangling around a runners legs. That is unless the runner stopped to tuck those tubes into the folds.
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