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The FlipBelt Review and Giveaway - I Flippin' Love It!

Posted Jan 12 2013 8:59pm
It's an age old question, what do you do with your stuff when you run or race?  Does this look familiar?



You need your "stuff." You know what I mean: your keys, your ID, your credit card in case you pass a Macys, your iPod, your energy gels, and of course, your phone, in case you need to check your Facebook page in the middle of a long run call for help in an emergency.

One solution is to shove it all in your sports bra and end up looking kind of like a lumpy Dolly Parton.  Not really a solution.

You could use some version of a fanny pack, but then you end up looking like an aging tourist with everything flopping around during your run.  This doesn't really work.

Just say NO to the fanny pack.

Yes, of course there are running specific running belts that are smaller, but they still end up flopping around a little bit when you run. These were generally what I used to run and race and I always thought they worked out just fine, until...



The is a tubular belt with openings at the center seam to slide your belongings in the tube.  Everything fits, even your iPhone with an OtterBox.

Oh look, my favorite website is up on Hubby's phone.
Once you have everything in there, you flip the belt over so that the openings are against your skin, keeping everything secure against your body. It was comfortable with a sleek design, no more bulky running belts.

I admit I was kind of skeptical that my phone wouldn't bounce around during a run, but I tested it today and I really forgot it was there (and I loaded that thing up, just to see how much it would hold.)  I was shocked at how it was so light and comfortable.

Ollie and I took it for a test run (pun intended)

This isn't just for running, the FlipBelt would be great for the gym, CrossFit, Yoga, boot camp, hiking, biking, walking, or whenever else you want to keep your personal belongings close, while remaining hands free.  I might wear mine to the office tomorrow, who needs a purse?


This is a runner's best friend.  Man's best friend likes it too.

Ha Ha Just kidding.  Ollie didn't wear it during the run, I did.  He would prefer in color carbon anyway.

It comes in a , so there is sure to be something to fit your style, for both men and women (and dogs.)


Not one, but TWO lucky readers will win a in the color and size of their choice.  It is so easy to enter.  Just Check out the , then leave a comment telling me if/when you win, then fill out the rafflecopter form below.  Easy peasy.  In order to win you have to fill out the raftercopter form.




Do I sound like a infomercial now?  Maybe I just love it that much. FlipBelt generously offered FREE SHIPPING for the Running For Dummies readers.  Just use the code RFD303 at and they will ship that sucker off for free.



Contest RulesNo purchase necessary.
Contest runs from 01/13/13 - 01/20/13.
2 winners will be randomly selected.
Winner will notified via email (if applicable), Facebook post and blog post, and will have 48 business hours to claim prize.
If original winner does not claim prize within 48 business hours an alternate winner will be selected.
Prizes will be shipped directly from FlipBelt.
Contestants must enter on Rafflecopter to win.

Let me know in the comments what color and size you would choose if you are the winner (don't forget to fill out the Rafflecopter form to be officially entered.)

*Disclaimer:  These thoughts and opinions are my own.  I was provided the FitBelt free of charge for the purpose of a product review and giveaway but I’m under no obligation to give it a positive review.  If I hated it, I’d tell you.

Keep Running,

Lea

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