10 Best Crossbody Bags For Travel Anti Theft

Updated on: May 2021

Best Crossbody Bags For Travel Anti Theft in 2021


Travelon Anti-Theft Classic Messenger Bag, Black, One Size

Travelon Anti-Theft Classic Messenger Bag, Black, One Size
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

OSOCE Sling Chest Bag Cross Body Shoulder Backpack Anti Theft Travel Bags Daypack for Men Women(Black)

OSOCE Sling Chest Bag Cross Body Shoulder Backpack Anti Theft Travel Bags Daypack for Men Women(Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • 【Small size, large capacity 】 Only 12.5*7.5*1.5 inch, 220g/0.48lb, Large zippered pocket is up to 9.7 inch Tablets. Small zippered pocket for phones, power bank, wallet or outdoor/travel sundries.
  • 【Suitable women & men 】OSOCE updates the shoulder strap length of this chest bag to 30.7-39.3 inch, which means no matter your body is skinny or fat, it can fit in your body perfectly.
  • 【Multi-functional storage area】 accessary compartment with functional pockets keep power cord, mouse, books, papers etc. Can be used messenger bag / shoulder bag / crossbody backpack / casual daypack / sling bag / chest bag / travel bag / working or business bag, suitable for office, school, outdoor, business and other occasions.
  • 【 Waterproof and anti-degaussing performance】B13-007 and B13-008 all is Splash proof, NOT 100% waterproof, so please do not use they in heavy rain. B13-008 have anti-degaussing function, which means you will be prevented from copying or stealing information when you are carrying them.
  • 【Customer service】 Every of sling bags has passed multiple strict quality controls, no risk of purchase.

Travelon Anti-Theft Classic Essential Messenger Bag, Black, One Size

Travelon Anti-Theft Classic Essential Messenger Bag, Black, One Size
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Cross-body bag in slash-proof construction featuring adjustable cut-proof strap and logo plaque at front
  • Locking compartments. Strap Length- 25 - 45. Strap Drop Length- 14 - 25.25
  • RFID-blocking card and passport slots
  • Removable LED light

TOPNICE Sling Bag Crossbody Shoulder Chest Anti Theft Travel Personal Pocket Bag for Women Men Water Resistance in Dark Gray

TOPNICE Sling Bag Crossbody Shoulder Chest Anti Theft Travel Personal Pocket Bag for Women Men Water Resistance in Dark Gray
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • ❤ VERSATILE AND COMPACT SLING BAG CROSSBODY — [Choose Genuine TOPNICE, Quality Guaranteed] Simple small sling bag for nice coffee mornings or carry to yoga, shopping, disney. Multipurpose perfectly works as wallet purse, shoulder bag, casual daypack, chest bag, working business bag, anti theft travel bag, satchel bag, outdoor sports bag ( hiking, camping, climbing, cycling, walking, etc) in casual daily life or personal antitheft bag while traveling for men women.
  • ❤ SMALL AND EASY CARRY ON SLING BACKPACK CROSS BODY BAG — 1).Sling bag exterior dimensions:14 x 8.5 x 1 inch(L*W*H/TH) 2).Adjustable strap (36 to 50inch), fits up to a slender 5'9" adult. Carry on Right shoulder, sling bag on your Left front, easy access for both hands. 3).Branded quality SBS zippers and comfortable polyester fabric, precise stitching makes it durable
  • ❤ MULTIPLE STORAGE PURPOSE SLING PURSE SMALL BAG — 1*Main zipper pocket (fits up to a 7.9 inch iPad mini), 1* magnetic snap phone pocket, 2* front zipper pockets, 1*small inner zipper pocket (RFID Blocking, protect your credit cards, ID card and personal information against identity theft, will Not block phone signal&keyless fob)
  • ❤ A MUST HAVE SLING CROSSBODY BAGS FOR WOMEN & MEN — Multiple pockets at various angles, easy access to all your gadgets (such as smart phone, earphone, tablet, passport holder, wallet, keys, power bank, charging cable)
  • ❤ BUY NOW WITH 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE — Slim sling bag purse with 12 months quality warranty and friendly customer service, no risk of purchase. Best choice as Birthday gift,Labor Day,Columbus Day,Veteran’s Day,Halloween,Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Gift. Add Topnice sling bag to your Cart, and enjoy taking it everyday!

Travelon Anti-theft Cross-body Bag, Black, One Size

Travelon Anti-theft Cross-body Bag, Black, One Size
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Locking main compartment
  • Slash-resistant body construction and slash-resistant, adjustable shoulder strap attaches to post or chair
  • RFID blocking card slots
  • Removable LED light. Size: 12 x 14.5 x 1.5 inches

Sling Bag Crossbody Chest Shoulder Anti Theft Travel Bag for Men Women Boys Waterproof

Sling Bag Crossbody Chest Shoulder Anti Theft Travel Bag for Men Women Boys Waterproof
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • ✔[Compact Flat Sling Bag]: Compact design one strap over shoulder sling bag, is prefect for flat valuable things while traveling, outdoor, like the MiniPad, iphone, wallet, passport, ID card, cash, map, charger cable, power bank, earphone etc.
  • ✔[Multipurpose Chest Bag]: Adjustable strap, Mini backpack purse uses branded quality SBS zippers and comfortable polyester fabric, precise stitching make it durable; And it is closed to your body, can be used as anti theft bag.
  • ✔[Multiple Storage Sling Bag]: 1*main zipper pocket (fits up to 7.9 inch iPad mini), 1* magnetic snap phone pocket, 2* front zipper pockets, 1*inner zipper pocket(RFID Blocking, safeguards your credit cards, ID card and personal information against identity theft,but will not block phone signal).
  • ✔[Travel Sling Bag]: Simple sling bag is fit for coffee mornings or ourdoor walking, Multipurpose perfectly works as men womens wallet purse, shoulder bag, chest pack, travel bag, outdoor sports bag ( hiking, camping, climbing, cycling, walking, etc) in casual daily life.
  • ✔[Warranty]: We offer 30 days full refund, 12 months warranty. We pay most attention on customer service and product quality. If you have any issues with product, please contact us first before leaving a feedback or review. Your complete satisfaction is our primary objective. We offer lifetime technical support and friendly customer service.

Travelon Anti-Theft Classic Mini Shoulder Bag, Black, One Size

Travelon Anti-Theft Classic Mini Shoulder Bag, Black, One Size
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Locking main compartment
  • Slash-resistant body construction and slash-resistant, adjustable shoulderstrap attaches to post or chair
  • RFID blocking card and passport slots. Front and rear pockets
  • Removable LED light; Size: 8.5” x 8.5” x 2”
  • Strap Length: 17.25 - 44 in Inches. Strap Drop Length: 10 - 20.5 in Inches

KAKA Sling Bag,Crossbody Backpack Shoulder Bag Travel With USB Charging Port

KAKA Sling Bag,Crossbody Backpack Shoulder Bag Travel With USB Charging Port
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • ★ Large-capacity small backpack:This small backpack has a large capacity, size 18‘*11.5‘*4.5‘ inch, suitable for men, women, boys and girls, it has six pockets, one adjustable umbrella pocket / water bottle holder, a anti theft purse pocket, a mobile phone pocket, three Big pockets (Please see the product description for details.)These pockets can hold personal belongings, wallets, pens, notebooks, ipads, cigarettes, cameras, thermos cups, etc.
  • ★ Multifunctional shoulder bag:USB Charging port design(no Portable Charger),Built-in USB cable.Use it to connect the automatic power supply, and then connect the phone to the USB port with the USB cable, you can easily charge the phone.The shoulder strap has a mobile phone bag and an earphone slot, allowing you to listen to music gracefully while walking.Under the mobile phone bag, there is a hole that can be used to carry sunglasses.
  • ★ Travel waterproof backpack purse:This backpack is made of high quality polyester Oxford cloth. It is waterproof, anti-scratch and anti-theft. It is specially designed. The strap is made of high density soft and pressure-reducing material. It makes you feel more comfortable.
  • ★ Lightweight durable crossbody bag:It is lightweight, waterproof, suitable for carrying, traveling, mountaineering, outdoor, school, hiking, etc.
  • ★ Our services: If you are not satisfied within one month, you can get an unconditional refund. If you have quality problems within one year, you can contact us. We will respond to your request and after-sales within 24 hours.

Travelon Anti-theft Classic Slim Dbl Zip Crossbody Bag, Black, One Size

Travelon Anti-theft Classic Slim Dbl Zip Crossbody Bag, Black, One Size
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • 5-Point Anti-Theft security system
  • ear it 2 ways – convert from backpack to shoulder/crossbody bag by removing and reattaching strap
  • Main compartment has a zippered pocket and padded tablet sleeve
  • Front zippered pocket and zippered mesh water bottle pocket
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
  • Size: 9” x 10.5” x 1”

MOSISO Sling Backpack, Multipurpose Crossbody Shoulder Bag Travel Hiking Daypack, Gray

MOSISO Sling Backpack, Multipurpose Crossbody Shoulder Bag Travel Hiking Daypack, Gray
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Dimensions: 15.3 x 7.5 x 3.5 inches (L x W x H). Larger zippered compartment is compatible with 2020 iPad Pro 11(2nd), 2019 iPad 7 10.2, 2019 iPad Air 3 10.5, 2018 iPad Pro 11, 2018 2017 iPad 9.7, 2017 iPad Pro 10.5, 2019 iPad Mini 5/4/3, 2018 All-New Kindle Paperwhite 10th generation, 2019 Samsung Tab S6 10.5 or other 6-11 inch Tablets; Smaller zippered one for phones, powerbank, wallet or outdoor/travel sundries. 2 mesh bags in each side for water bottle (up to largest diameter 2.5 inch).
  • Multi-functional storage area, accessary compartment with functional pockets to keep power cord, mouse, books, papers etc. Can be used as messenger bag / shoulder bag / crossbody backpack / casual daypack / sling bag / chest bag / travel bag / working or business bag, suitable for office, school, outdoor, business and other occasions.
  • Flexible satchel shoulder strap varied from 18 to maximum 36 inch can be adjusted loose or tight. Perfectly fit your body. Two ways of carrying: left or right. Relieve your pressure with long term take.
  • Breathable shaped padded shoulder strap and back panel is extremely comfortable and lightweight, which will release heat rather than accumulate.
  • Made of durable, water repellent polyester with top-quality zippers and durable strap clip. MOSISO 1 year warranty on every sling bag.

"Oh No! Where Are My Suitcases?"

Lost luggage is a traveler's worst nightmare.

I just had one suitcase and a small one at that. I probably would have been better off carrying it onboard instead of checking it in-something I would soon regret.

By the time I got to the baggage carousel, the luggage from the flight I had taken was already coming up from the bowels of the airport's baggage system and I waited for my suitcase. And I waited some more. By now, the carousel was crowded with most of the people who were on the same flight as I was and began to remove their luggage.

I waited some more.

Well, with most of the bags already removed it was going to easy to spot my suitcase, I thought.

The crowd began to dwindle, as did the bags still revolving on the carousel.

Then, I was the last passenger standing without a suitcase.

Great. My suitcase was lost.

In all the years I have been traveling-since 1976 when I flew for the first time-and the tens of thousands of miles I have flown since, my luggage has only been lost four times. I suppose given the statistics for lost or delayed baggage-around 10,000 bags daily from one industry statistic-and the amount of miles I have flown having my luggage lost only four times was a pretty good record.

I lost my first bag in 1977 on a flight from Miami to Panama when I was stationed at Howard Air Force Base in the Canal Zone. It took about four days and a number of telephone calls (it was difficult trying to get an outside line from the barracks' telephone to call Tocumen Airport as well as finding someone who spoke enough passable English) to finally have my baggage delivered.

(I almost lost my luggage in 1978 flying from Chicago to California's Ontario Airport. I say almost because first, my flight from Chicago was delayed on account of bad weather, and then when my flight was finally allowed to depart it was diverted to LAX because of fog at Ontario Airport. When I looked for my suitcase on the baggage carousel it wasn't there. However, now get this, my suitcase had already arrived on an earlier flight and was in a holding area. Could never figure out how that happened.)

It would be 13 years later, this time flying from Seattle to Seoul when all my luggage was lost. Turned out that when I checked in at the Northwest Airlines' counter at Chicago's O'Hare Airport the baggage system was not operating and the bags had to be carried downstairs. There's a good chance for baggage just begging to be lost. At least I wasn't the only one looking stupefied and angry at Seoul's Kimpo Airport 19 hours later when my luggage wasn't there: three other passengers who left from Chicago were also without their luggage.

I arrived in Seoul on a Friday night and had to start work on Monday. When my luggage still hadn't arrived by Sunday, I had to spend my first weekend in Seoul buying clothes-everything from pants, socks, shirts and underwear. Not an easy feat to do with limited Korean language skills and clothes not what you would say tailored for someone tall as me.

It took Northwest six days to finally get my luggage to me. There was never any apology and get this, the ground staff expected me to go back out to Kimpo to retrieve my luggage. They finally consented (after much pleading to bring it to the ELS Language School near Kangnam Subway Station after they refused to deliver it to my apartment in Chamsil) and I had to lug all my bags home on the subway that night. I have never flown on Northwest since.

In 1994, returning from the States to Seoul on Thai Airways, my suitcase never made it to the baggage carousel. Instead, it continued on the same Thai Airways flight to Bangkok. I guess, having traveled to Thailand so many times in the previous year, my suitcase just wanted to go where it was used to going-with or without me. I got it two days later.

Now, my luggage as lost again. Well, this ought to be interesting I thought wondering how my suitcase was going to be delivered to me in Daejeon, about two hours south of Seoul where I was now living.

The Thai ground staff for handling lost baggage was friendly and helpful when I had to fill out the paperwork and blamed the mishap on the baggage system at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport. I had heard about some of the problems with the automated baggage system when the airport first opened with bags being lost and delayed and maybe it was just my time again to have my bags lost. Of course, this is not what one wanted to hear, at least not what I wanted to hear. Okay, so this new automated baggage system has some problems. Now tell me, when am I going to get my suitcase?

The only real problem was when and how my suitcase was going to get to me in Daejeon. I knew that wasn't going to be an easy task because where I live in Daejeon is not easy to find. I could give them my address and some landmark-a building for example-as a point of reference, but the address system, at least street addresses in Daejeon is not what it is like in Seoul.

I still had to catch an airport limousine to Seoul Station to take the KTX (Korea's High-Speed Express Train) back to Daejeon and I was fortunate enough that I had allotted myself enough time to make it to Seoul Station in time.

"We'll call you tomorrow," said one of the Thai ground staff.

The next day I got my call. My bag had arrived. However, instead of dealing with the person I had dealt with the day before, I was now had to deal with someone else who spoke limited English and didn't know where I lived. As it turned out, my bag had arrived on the same flight, but either someone had picked it up by mistake or it was loaded on the baggage carousel too late (I had waited until there were no more bags on the carousel the day before).

The guy that I was talking to blamed me for not waiting longer. Gee, like how long was I supposed to wait?

Then, I had to deal with the delivery service that would bring my bag to Daejeon. First, I got a Korea woman screaming in the telephone about where to deliver my bag. Didn't understand a word she said.

Then, I got another phone call from the delivery driver.

"Where do you live?"

Great. Now I have to explain all over again where I lived.

I had only been in Daejeon for a few months and sadly my compass sense was not as good as it probably should be. All I could tell him, in passable Korean, was that I lived in an apartment near the main gate of Woosong Technical College next to the dormitory. That was enough and finally, after I had to go outside and wait on the sidewalk the driver was able to find where I lived and deliver my bag.

I'm glad I had gotten this most recent lost bag incident out of the way. Now, I could relax and hope the statistics would be in my favor for not having a bag lost or delayed for the next couple of years.

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