The Type A fanny pack feature easy-to-reach organized compartments designed to hold essentials like your phone, pages, reflex hammer, portable charger, penlight, and more.
Designed with you in mind
Dedicated pockets for your essentials
Resilient, just like you
A water-resistant nylon exterior means patient fluids won't stand a chance and makes sanitization a breeze. And most importantly, it's durable, so it can easily keep up with all those extra shifts you swore you'd never pick up again.
Each Purchase Gives Back
We're proud to partner with Operation Happy Nurse which aims to help nurses struggling with stress, anxiety and/or depression.
Meet Our Bestseller: The Type A
Generic Fanny Packs
Stethoscope, Pager/ID, and pen(light) compartments
"I use this bag for work (I’m a dermatology resident) and for walking my dog! It’s durable, so even if she paws at it, it doesn’t tear and the charger opening doubles as an opening for doggie bags when we’re on our walks. 10/10! 💖💖 "
Type is on a mission to create design-driven accessories for healthcare workers that seamlessly transition from work to everyday. Our high-quality packs are tailored to simplify your day—keeping everything at your fingertips.
We’re the first company to put as much thought into your gear as you put into the care of your patients. We know working in healthcare is rough and staying organized is easier said than done. That’s where we come in. Our Type belt bags are a stylish solution designed with your needs in mind - think water-resistant, durable, and spacious.
That's a great question! The Type A has a dedicated stethoscope strap and a divider in the main compartment whereas the Type B has a mesh pocket. Both have the cord opening, pager straps, and key leash.
You can find all product info on each individual product page, but both versions of Type have the key leash, pager straps, cord opening, and are made from water-resistant nylon! Contact us if you have any other specific product questions - we'd love to hear from you!
We recommend spot cleaning your Type. You can use a disinfectant wipe and give it a good rub down. We don’t recommend putting it in the washing machine, but we’ve heard from customers that they put it on a delicate cycle with no issues! If you decide to toss it in the washer, place it in a wash bag.
Omg, what did we do wrong? Please contact us here and provide your order number and a detailed explanation of why you hate us (just kidding). If it hasn’t been processed, we can cancel it, no problemo.
Argh! Don’t panic! If you received your delivery confirmation email but can’t find your package, it could be lost. Delivery services can be a little early on marking your Type as delivered, so give them 24-48 hours to sort it out. If you don’t get your bag after 48 hours, please contact us here and provide the order number and shipping address. We’ll make sure to sort it out!
Eligible items can be returned within 14 days of purchase for a refund. U.S. customers may request an exchange or return items for store credit up to 30 days from the purchase date. Returns must be in new, unworn condition with tags attached and in the state you received them. We reserve the right to refuse worn or damaged merchandise. Please note that we do not accept returns or exchanges on custom-made products, Final Sale merchandise, or products that are specified as non-returnable in the description. All returns are subject to a $9.95 restocking fee. For more info, check out our Return and Exchange Policy.
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Type was founded with one goal in mind: make the lives of healthcare workers a little bit easier. From long working hours to high-stress situations, working in healthcare comes with its fair share of challenges. Which is why we're committed to giving back to those in our field. A portion of proceeds from every Type fanny pack goes to organizations dedicated to fighting burnout among healthcare workers and donating medical supplies to resource-limited healthcare workers so they can do their jobs easily. Learn more about Packs with Purpose.