FlipBelt Review & Giveaway

One of the hardest things for me to find has always been a place to store my phone, gels and keys. My arms are too skinny for an arm band and my hips aren’t wide enough to keep most race belts in place. Sounds like a difficult problem, right? Trust me, it is. For the longest time I struggled with having to hold everything, my phone got super sweaty and my gels way too warm. All of this changed when I found the FlipBelt at the Platte River Expo in Denver. The bright colors instantly attracted me to the booth and the more I learned, the more I loved it. I tried it out the next day at the Platte River Half Marathon and from that moment on, I was hooked.

Because one isn't enough

Because one isn’t enough

The FlipBelt is a no slip belt that is made of continuous fabric, allowing the belt to keep a tight hold on your body. There are four pocket openings that allow you to store multiple items, and they are secured once you flip the belt over.

Front before flip

Front before flip

Room for everything

Room for everything

Straight from the website, here are the specs:

o Multi-access pocket openings throughout belt

o Turn items & pocket access up/down/inside as convenient

o Flip to lock in items

o Reflective logo – 3M Quality Reflective

o Non-Bounce, Even Design

o No buckles to cause uncomfortable chafing

o Machine washable & Machine dryable

o Great for holding medication on the go.  Inhalers, insulin pumps, Epipens, etc…

o EPA Certified, Odor Resistant, Pilling Resistant, Anti-Bacterial High Tech Poly Spandex Fabric

o Available in Black, Carbon, Hot Pink, Nuclear Yellow, Sky, Violet and limited edition colors (Royal Blue, Royal Red, Neon Punch, Yellow)

I wear my FlipBelt on runs over 5 miles and never once has it slipped on me. I can hold my iPhone, car keys, Sport Beans, Gu and salt tabs in it without it bouncing around or any pressure on my hips. I even grabbed up a few neon colors as a safety precaution so cars can see me coming on the back roads. Even better, the FlipBelt can go in the washer and dryer, which is great after those hot summer runs when everything is sweaty.

Fan of the FlipBelt, see also photo outtakes

Still no movement even when jumping

Want to win your own FlipBelt? You have four ways to enter:

Mandatory Entry:

Like Facebook.com/FlipBelt

and/or Follow Twitter.com/FlipBelt

Additional entries:

Follow me on Twitter

Tweet : I want to win a FlipBelt from @masher52 https://masher52.wordpress.com/2013/08/15/flipbelt-review-giveaway/

Leave a comment below for each entry you submit.

You have until 9:00pm EST on Thursday, August 22nd to enter. The winner will be randomly selected and notified on Friday, August 23rd.

If you can’t wait any longer and need to have a FlipBelt right now, then keep reading. FlipBelt has been generous enough to give a discount code worth 10% off your order. And if I were you, I’d use this to grab a few belts. Use the code “MasherRuns”

If you’d like even more information on the FlipBelt, including videos, a sizing chart, and the events schedule, check out their website.

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own. I gave my review of the FlipBelt in return for a discount code to share and for one lucky winner to win a FlipBelt.

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23 thoughts on “FlipBelt Review & Giveaway

  1. Melissa says:

    Ahh I really like that it’s a continuous loop! Other belts I’ve tried tend to shift up and down which is obviously super annoying.

    I followed on Twitter!

  2. Colleen @ CSmithRun says:

    Hey Chelsea! Hope you’re doing well! I just followed FlipBelt on Twitter and I follow you too 🙂 I definitely am going to have to get 1 or 2 of these!!! I have been keeping my Gus in my sportsbra when I run and then I get little scrapes on my chest from the edges of the packets haha.

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