How to wear the Baliloca purse.

We know we've invented something quite unique which needs a bit of an explanation. The Baliloca Purse is a completely new concept, which we've designed to try to help you carry your valuables as effortless as possible, but novelty also means that nobody has seen it in action before, so wearing it is not completely intuitive.

  • It's not exactly a cross body purse. 
  • It hangs from a shoulder but it's not 100% a shoulder bag either.
  • It's not a backpack even though it's fastened over both shoulders... 

Since you probably will never have seen a Baliloca purse before, when you receive it by mail you may have some questions like "why is there more than one strap?" or maybe "how can I avoid strangling myself while putting it on?" :) Don't worry, you're not the first and we've got you covered! Without further ado, this is how to wear the Baliloca. Check out the lovely model below:

How to put on the Baliloca purse

FIRST STEP: The purse hangs on the left side of the body.

The main part of the purse, (where you keep your valuables), hangs from your left shoulder. It will hang high and close to your body for balancing purposes and to avoid theft. 

SECOND STEP: The extra strap (the stretchy one) goes across your back and is fastened to your right shoulder.

To get to this position, simply pass your right arm completely through the loop of the extra strap. It should feel like if you're putting on a backpack. The main strap will rest around your left shoulder and the second strap over the right shoulder.

THIRD STEP: Adjust the fit of the extra stretchy strap.

The extra strap is fully adjustable to fit all sizes, so simply adjust the length of the strap in order to best adapt to your physique.

And voila! You're done and your purse is unshakable and very comfy, so be careful, you may even forget that you're wearing a purse!

They say that images speak louder than words. We've found out that videos speak even louder than images. So here is a video on how to put on the purse. Enjoy!

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