There are three different styles of waist bags. Actually the belly bag is a favourite which can be used as a hip bag, but also worn as a sling bag across the shoulder. Another category are small bags for a mobile, keys etc which are attached to the belt of the trousers. A third type consists of zip pockets in the belt for coins and bills.
Hip bags are used as a small handbag or wrist bag. They offer enough room for daily essentials as documents, a wallet, a mobile etc. At both sides they have straps which allow to carry them around your waist or as a sling bag over your shoulder.
The belly bags of Corf Bags have one main compartment and additional zip pockets which can be used for cards, tickets or the mobile.
Worn as a cross over the the waist bag actually is very fashionable. Your hands are free and the way the bag is worn it cannot be lost or stolen. These bags are very popular both for women and men.
Traditional belt bags
Traditional belt bags are small pouches with small loops on their backside which allow to attach them to a trouser belt. These bags often have a special purpose as e.g. for a mobile, keys or a purse.
The belt bags of Corf Bags have enough space for a wallet, a small camara and some documents. The bags have two loops to attach them to a trouser belt. The advantage of the traditional belt bag is the possibility to use both the belt and the bag separately.
Belts with zip pockets
There are also belts with zip pockets on their backside. These pockets can be used for bills if they are folded and these belts are a very safe way to store money or smaller valuables.