We've seen the two types of travellers when it comes to their passport. They either slip it into an almighty sized zip up travel wallet the size of a Cadbury block, fumbling around with their currency, frequent flyer cards, old immigration forms and expense receipts, or they stick it in their back pocket with their frequent flyer card tucked inside, confirming the butt mould into the pages.
Both these scenarios are not ideal. The travel wallet is way too big, and the commando method can damage your already expensive to renew passport or cause hassle at the border. This is where the Bellboy Passport Sleeve comes in. Taking what it knows from slimming down wallet pockets, it manages to hold a sizeable amount in not a lot.
The Passport Sleeve holds your passport snuggly in the middle of it's pouch, with an easy pull tag to bring it out for processing, two slots in the front for up to 2 cards in each and a very tight boarding pass holder on the back. It took multiple tries to get mine settled in. The best part is the pen that sits on the passport holder's top edge. Quick and easy for filling out those easily forgotten immigration and landing cards without having to fish out that pen from the carry on.
The sleeve is smartly designed made with good stitching and pockets that loosen over time to hold those mile collecting bad boys snug. The pen opens up smoothly and even comes with a spare refill pack. Overall, for not a lot bigger than your actual passport, you can stylishly hold your travel essentials, fill out your departure card and still be able to access the lounge.