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Monday, April 23, 2012

S is for SPIbelt


     I love to exercise. I like the stress relief and the fact that I can clear my head while exercising. Because of this, I have a wide variety of workout clothes. If you have any workout clothes, I'm sure that you've discovered their major flaw. No pockets. So, when I was given the opportunity to try a SPIbelt, I was excited.

     When my SPIbelt arrived, I looked at it and thought, "it's so tiny, there's no way my Sidekick and my keys are going to fit in there." Well, I was wrong. I was able to put my Sidekick, keys and my id (never know if you're going to need that) into my SPIbelt.

Empty SPIbelt
     In my mind, the big test was going to be how it did during a workout. The first thing I tried was a bike ride. The kids and I went 5 miles and my SPIbelt never moved. By the time we got home, I had forgotten that I was wearing it. Today, I ran with it on. Again, it didn't ride up and it doesn't bounce against you like objects in a pocket would.

SPIbelt with Sidekick, keys and ID
     SPIbelts are perfect for running, cycling, walking, traveling and trekking. The original SPIbelt fits waist size 25" through 50". The pocket is 7.5" long and expands to 3" deep and 4.5" high. Another great thing about SPIbelt is that they are all made in Austin, Texas. SPIbelts also come in kid sizes and in a wrist/ankle version.

SPIbelt  before our bike ride

     Thanks to SPIbelt, one lucky Life in Texas reader will win their very own SPIbelt!



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I received a products for review purposes. However, the opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.


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8 Comments:

At April 23, 2012 at 12:06 PM , Anonymous Diane N - Philzendia said...

Kinda reminds me of an updated and better looking fanny pack!

 
At April 23, 2012 at 1:56 PM , Blogger Melody Boals said...

I was thinking the exact same thing lol!

 
At April 23, 2012 at 1:58 PM , Blogger Kallie Greenly said...

I thought the same thing at first. But, the SPIbelt is more compact and doesn't bounce around like a fanny pack. I don't think that fanny packs are exercise friendly.

 
At April 23, 2012 at 1:59 PM , Blogger Brooke said...

That would be great for when I'm out walking with the boys now that I don't have a stroller to pack everything into! :)

 
At April 23, 2012 at 6:11 PM , OpenID coachteresa.com said...

Very cool...looks like a good thing to have.

Wish I was there and could be entered in the draw.
visiting from a to z challenge

Best on the home stretch.

 
At April 23, 2012 at 11:35 PM , Blogger Jeremy Bates said...

Only one person? lol This is but another version of the man purse, right? What is the advantage of this over, say, a money belt thingy?"

By the way, I miss Texas!

 
At April 24, 2012 at 10:40 AM , Blogger HB the Cupcake Princess said...

I love this!

 
At April 24, 2012 at 1:44 PM , Blogger Kallie Greenly said...

Jeremy, Life in Texas is only able to giveaway one SPIbelt at this time. If you like our giveaway, let SPIbelt know. Also, if you check out their facebook page, they occasionally give them away there too.

The advantage of a SPIbelt over a money belt is that you can fit more than money in your SPIbelt. I was able to fit my Sidekick (which is not a small phone), keys (6 keys and leather key chain on a ring) and my ID in my SPIbelt. However, if you just wanted to put your keys in it, they're not going to flop around and annoy you while you run like they might in a fanny pack or man purse.

Have a great day!

 

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