Portal RFID Blocking Waist Pouch


Banish wet documents with a weatherproof, stitchless, RFID blocking pouch to organize your essential items.


Banish wet documents or passports with a weatherproof, stitchless, RFID blocking travel pouch to organize your essential items. Designed to be worn out of sight for increased security, it’s the go-to waist pouch for all of life’s adventures.

  • Effective RFID blocking material in the front panel shields the inner storage areas, protecting information stored on cards or documents.
  • Weatherproof construction thanks to stitchless seams, laminated fabrics and PU coated zips to keep your essential documents dry.
  • Exterior fabric is brushed polyester for next-to-skin comfort.
  • Recycled elastic and webbing used.
  • Made from repurposed and recycled fabric.
  • Weatherproof compartment with adjustable yarn webbing belt and a side release buckle.
  • Divided storage for multiple currencies or boarding passes.


dimensions: 29 x 14 cm [11.4” x 5.5”]
weight: 50 g [1.7 oz]

Additional Information:

What is RFID-Safe? Most passports and credit cards contain Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips containing your personal information. Identity thieves can purchase an over the counter scanning device to access and download your personal data from several meters away. To protect against this risk we offer products made with an RFID blocking conductive fabric layer where the yarn is coated with nickel and copper. We use a superior material that is RFID-safe for frequencies from 5MHz to 10GHz, most passports and credit cards are in the 10-15MHz range.



Leaner: Recycled polyurethane material used where windows are featured.
Cleaner:Repurposed fabrics previously incinerated.
Greener: Based on data from our supplier, 1kg of repurposed fabric results in a carbon footprint savings of approx. 1.8kg over manufacturing the equivalent new material. When recycled PU window material is used, there is an ecological footprint reduction of approximately 30% after transportation is factored in.
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