When the wear and tear in the skate scene in the 80s due to landing on the Elephant Key (today's T-Tool), which was always carried in the ass pocket, became too great, a solution had to be found. The hip bag was born. Tools no longer penetrated the skater's seat from inside the trouser pocket, but instead found their place safely in the "fanny pack". Another trend from the skate scene? Today the hip bag is worn less around the waist and instead of skateboard tools it probably contains unreasonably expensive smartphones and tobacco products. Anyway, you don't want to land on them in the miniramp either.