20th May 2018 | 87 days to go



SPIbelt review from Alton Sports

At Alton Sports we recently caught up with Euan, our HOKA ambassador & product reviewer from a local club, to find out how he’d been getting on with his new SPIbelt (Small Personal Items belt).


Ken Finlay
Ken Finlay
14/04/2017
Alton Sports, Running kit, SPIbelt

Spibelt

At Alton Sports we recently caught up with Euan, our HOKA ambassador & product reviewer from a local club, to find out how he’d been getting on with his new SPIbelt (Small Personal Items belt). Euan is currently racking up his mileage as he prepares for this years adventure of a life time the 'Berghaus Dragons Back Race' this May.

  All news

This is what Euan thought of the SpiBelt.

I have been running with the Spibelt for just over a month now and whilst it’s hard to get excited about a belt to store your keys, phone, food or in my case two dog leads and poo bags, I have to say the Spibelt is an engineering master piece. When I got it I was reasonably underwhelmed. How small? ‘How can anything fit in those two wee pockets’, I protested to my better half.

So I sat in my kitchen and tested what could fit in them. I was staggered and amazed at how many things could fit in. Brilliant!

So what have I learnt? Well, firstly, looks can be deceiving and secondly, don’t jump to conclusions.

Once I saw the beauty in the Spibelt the more I used it; from running with my dogs, to spending all day in the hills. What’s great is that it works well with my race vest as additional storage for Items I want easy access to.

So for me it’s not only a well-engineered bit of kit, but clever engineering that I will be using.

10/10 for a sturdy, secure and crucially bounce free small storage belt!

SpiBelts are avaliable from all stores or follow the link to our website. 


Our race supporters

We'd like to thank all our supporters for their donations, help with organisation and sponsorship.









About the race

The Clanfield Challenge is made up of 5 individual race routes - a 20 kilometre, 12 kilometre, 5 kilometre, 2 kilometre and 1 kilometre race. All are based in Clanfield, Hampshire and the money generated by the races are to be used to fund local community projects in and around the Clanfield area. So, read on, sign up and support your local community!

Learn more

Latest updates

Instagram feed

 @clanfieldchallenge.

Twitter feed

 @clanfieldrace