The new anti-theft Secura Destinations collection from Lewis N. Clark converts everyday style into so much more.
For example, the backpack transforms quickly and securely into a messenger bag while still allowing easy access to essentials in either configuration. The tote can be worn as either a shoulder bag or backpack, and both the backpack and tote feature a padded tablet pocket.
The slim cross-body and cross-body can be worn over the shoulder or across the body, giving travelers the ability to adapt to their situation whether they’re in a crowded subway station or at a museum. All bags are constructed with a water-resistant dual woven twill exterior and a heavy-duty nylon bottom.
“The motto of Secura Destinations is, ‘Just pick a destination and go!’” said Derek Crenshaw, Senior Product Designer. “We built this line of anti-theft bags to give travelers the ultimate versatility. No matter what destination they choose, they have a secure, functional bag that changes as their needs change.”
The Secura Destinations collection incorporates anti-theft technology into every design, such as strategic Magnaloft™ fabric panels in the exterior of the bag, stainless steel cables in the shoulder straps, locking zippers, and DATABLOCK RFID-blocking pockets that are large enough to fit an entire wallet. These features help prevent against electronic identity theft, slashing, and grab-and-go thieves.
Additionally, more colors have been added to the Secura Premier collection – including lake blue, plum, and slate gray – after receiving tremendous response during its release in 2017.
With the versatility to convert from one style bag to another, each Secura Destinations bag gives travelers multiple secure options to protect their belongings without sacrificing style. It provides a more casual way to be secure.
“We built this line of anti-theft bags to give travelers the ultimate versatility. No matter what destination they choose, they have a secure, functional bag that changes as their needs change,” said Derek Crenshaw, Senior Product Designer.”