Waterproof SPIbelt Review

Where do you put your keys, phone or energy gels during training runs and races? This has always been one of my biggest running challenges until I tried the waterproof SPIbelt. It can hold almost anything you want to bring on a run and it is comfortable enough that you forget you are wearing it until you need it.

The waterproof SPIbelt (Small Personal Item Belt) has a small but expandable pouch with a waterproof LokSak.

 

It can hold phones, keys, snacks or just about anything else you want with you on a run.

Once you put your stuff in the LokSak just close the zippered pouch, put it around your waist and go.

I like the SPIbelt because it has been comfortable, functional and stealthy during training runs, 10Ks and even a Tough Mudder. During all this it has done a perfect job protecting my gear from mud, water, rain and sweat. I also imagine the SPIbelt would be great for carrying cash or a passport while traveling since it easily tucks under a shirt and no one can tell you are wearing it. This is really all you can ask for from a piece of gear like this.

The main downside of the waterproof SPIbelt is that it takes a few seconds to put things into it or to take things out of it. I know this doesn’t sound like a big deal but it adds a few seconds to your time if you use your phone to track your run. It is also very difficult to access it while running but most of the stuff I carry is for after the run so this has not bothered me too much.

If you are looking for a waterproof solution to carry small accessories while running then I highly recommend checking out the waterproof SPIbelt. It retails for $29.99 at SPIbelt.com and is available in a variety of colors.

New England Outside paid for the waterproof SPIbelt with its own funds and received no incentive for this review.

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