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3 great ways to carry your essentials on the road

When a wallet just won't cut it: You need something that stores everything you need while you're away from home - safely and stylishly. Check out these travel-ready accessories

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Packing heat Keep your valuables under cover with the Koffski Set No. 1. The macho man-bag straps on like a gun holster, but instead of packing heat, you can discretely store your wallet, credit cards, spare change, passport and more. The Italian-made calf-skin leather construction is water repellent, which means it travels well in rain or shine. €349 ($492); koffski.com

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Reclaimed wallet With its weathered vintage look and nifty zip-around design, Roots Canada’s trim wallet is a secure, eco-friendly stash for your cash. Handmade from reclaimed canvas once used in U.S. mail carrier bags, the sleek wallet is designed to keep everything safely zipped in. Its multiple interior compartments include 12 credit-card slots. $148; roots.com

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Patent leather cuts the clutter Crafted by hand in Argentina from waterproof fabric and patent leather, Peter Kent’s Swing insert is the perfect clutter-proof accessory for those who have a tendency to lose things. Neat outer pockets and a central compartment with drawstring enclosure keep the inner workings of any purse neat and tidy while minimizing the risk of keys, mobile phone and your favourite lipstick getting left behind. $65; peterkentcanada.com

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