One of things I hated most about running outdoors was that I never had a comfortable place to store my keys, phone and iPod. Those snazzy iPod arm bands never fit me correctly and the fanny packs, well they’re fanny packs.
When I made the switch to an iPhone, I was able to eliminate one item but I was so nervous it would slip out of my hands and crash on the pavement. Okay that might be just an excuse. I have a zillion of them.
Needless to say when I was asked to review the SPIbelt I was thrilled. Someone finally created a convenient way to store all of my necessities without weighing me down and adding a couple of inches to my waist line like some other sports belts do.
The SPIbelt is lightweight, durable and fits snuggly around your waist with an adjustable strap. I can safely tuck my iPhone in the pocket easily access it if an emergency call comes through. The best part is the SPIbelt’s sleek expandable design. I have been running on my treadmill with the SPIbelt and can easily forget I have it on. The SPIbelt doesn’t move or shift during my strides.
The SPIbelt can hold an iPod, Blackberry, cell, keys, up to five GU packs and other small personal items. The SPIbelt is $19.95 and can be purchased on www.spibelt.com.
P.S. I’m so envious of the abs in the picture; I guess I need to go get on the treadmill.
*This product was provided for review purposes.