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8/16/15 12:29 A

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I have a Amphipod AirFlow Microstretch Belt. It is ok, Fits lots of stuff. Then I purchased a running belt by Camden Gear. My Galaxy S5 fits perfect and slip or move. Has 2 gue holders. A pocket for keys or small items. $17 on Amazon

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8/10/15 11:31 A

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I appreciate the review!

Dee
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8/10/15 11:14 A

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Recently, my Nike Expandable Running Lean Waistpack broke (zipper fell apart), and since Dick's does not carry them anymore (or at least I did not see them that day), I purchased a Nathan Mirage Pak belt, as I had some good luck with their products. From what the sales associate told me, this is a new product for Nathan.

Unfortunately, I was not very happy with it. Belt loosens itself, and of course once that happens, bounce occurs. Note: I only carry one item in my belt -- my iPhone 6. According to the Nathan web site, the Mirage Pak is built to accommodate an iPhone 6.

So did some research on the SPIbelt, and came up with what I thought might be a good fit for me -- the Performance Series belt. Also accommodates the iPhone 6, and one of the recommendations was to purchase the LOKSAK waterproof bag along with it.

The SPIbelt arrived last week, and took it for a run on Friday. HUGE difference! Belt stayed tight, no bounce, no turning (I prefer to have my iPhone resting on my right hip so that it stays in line with my wireless headphones). And it surer makes sense to have my $700 iPhone securely tucked away in a waterproof LOKSAK. Probably was very risky to have it exposed the way I had it.

So I'll have the Nathan Mirage Pak as a backup, but for my money, SPIbelt is the way to go!

Patrick
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1st Goal Weight = 210
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2nd Goal Weight = 199
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3rd Goal Weight = 187 [100 pounds lost since starting on SP]
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