I may have designed this iPhone belt holster for cycling, but it's also just a really handy thing no matter what you're doing.
You may find that your phone holster is tight at first. This is normal. We design them this way, to work with the natural vegetable tanned leather and its ability to stretch. You want it to stretch to fit so that it gives the perfect grip. You'll have to earn that great fit! ;)
Depending on how tight your holster is, you might need to break it in more or less, but here's some suggested activity:
You want to make sure you're wearing the phone holster on the back half of your belt. If it's in front of you, it'll be in the way when you sit, cycle, or walk up stairs. Wear it behind the belt loop on your hip to make sure it stays behind you.
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Bike touring is different than other types of travelling in that you don't really know how far you're going to get every day. This can make planning accommodations difficult and stressful, but it doesn't need to be.
In this post, I share some of the techniques I use to find accommodation on the fly so you can enjoy the ride and not stress about where to rest your head that night.
Stay tuned for more free-cycling adventures & inventions.