The best running belts

Say sayonara to running jiggle and store your valuables safely with our pick of the best run belts on the market.

The best running belts

Karrimor 2 bottle belt

Carry enough water to keep you going with this handy two bottle holder. You can even take your music on the run with you thanks to its handy pocket detail and headphone port. Shop now

Salomon Sensibelt

Simple yet dynamic, the Sensibelt has everything you need to get more out of your run with zipped pockets, adjustable fit and ventilated 3D mesh. Stretch fit fabric will also help you to stay comfortable. Shop now

Ronhill Cargo belt

Thanks to Powerlite fabric and comfortable waist elastic it's easy to forget you're even wearing a belt. With 8 looped gel holders, complete with stay-put silicone strips you can stay fuelled on the move without any added hassle. Shop now

Nike flask running belt

Stay uninterrupted by rogue bottle bouncing with this stablised design and ergonomic flasks. You can also add some personality to your miles with eye-catching orange details and mesh fabric. Shop now

adidas Stella McCartney run belt

 

Whether you're in training, or taking on a 10K race, you can still look the part as you carry your added extras thanks to Stella McCartney's adidas range. There's plenty of room for your items thanks to its mesh pouches and zipped pocket and the reflective piping will keep you visible after dark. Shop now

FlipBelt

  

As one of the most subtle belts on the market it's easy for your FlipBelt and valuables to go unnoticed. Made especially to sit securely on your hips without moving you won't have any unwanted distractions from your new accessory, helping you to remain feeling confident and comfortable. Shop now

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