View Full Version : The best fanny packs?!

03-01-2001, 09:29 PM
What are the best fannypacks to use in the parks? I was looking at Eaglecreek sidekicks after reading a post on this site. What are some others that are good ones ? Hearing from people who have actually used one would be a great help! :eek:

03-02-2001, 04:45 AM
I recieved an Eagle Creek fannypack as a gift and I love it. I have had it for 5 years and it is well made and durable. I give their products a thumbs up. It has multiple zippered pockets and even after overstuffing it has never ripped or zippers broken. I liked it so much I bought smaller versions for the kids.
Hope this helps.

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03-02-2001, 05:55 AM
I was wondering, Can you get those fanny packs anywhere, or are they just at speciatly stores.

03-02-2001, 06:40 AM
I bought the Rock-N-Roller Coaster one after my second ride. I think the blood was rushing to my head.

03-02-2001, 09:33 AM
Are you talking about the mini sidekick for your kids?

I have been looking and looking for one that is the appropriate size for my kids. I'm considering the smaller Eagle Creek for my son but my 9 year old daughter is so tiny that I am having trouble finding one that will work.

Any suggestions?

03-02-2001, 10:22 AM
I got mine at the link below..it was the full size one..and I got it on sale for $16.99!!

www.campmor.com (http://www.campmor.com)

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03-02-2001, 10:28 AM
Don't spend a lot of money. I bought a fanny pack for $4.99 at Walmart for our DW trip and it was great. It has several pockets and was very sturdy and comfortable!!

Greg K.
03-02-2001, 01:32 PM
I bought a terrific fanny pack from Eddie Bauer last summer that holds a water bottle. It was a little over $20, as I recall. It's a bit larger than most, but I LOVE being able to slip my bottle into it, so I don't have to lug it around. And, with the extra room, I can easily fit my camera, film, maps, sunglasses and wallet.

p.s. You used to get a fanny pack for free when you used your American express card for a "white glove treatment" package. Dunno if they still do it...but I have a couple little f.p.'s in my dresser drawer to show for it. They aren't the most durable, but they definitely do the job, and would work well, I'd think, for kids.

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