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Now that I'm actually doing long runs... (a giveaway!!)

Now that I am actually running "long runs" again, I had a reason to break out my new SLS3 dual pocket run belt. I first used it a few weeks ago on what was supposed to be a 12 mile run that was cut down to 10 miles because I made the mistake of running a new route that ended up being mostly uphill and I was miserable and my legs were shot. While there are plenty of things from the run to complain about, my SLS3 belt wasn't one of them.

I love this belt. It doesn't ride up on my hips and is adjustable so I can make it fit exactly where I like my run belt to sit on my hips. And I absolutely love that it is water resistant because I can keep my phone in it without worrying about it getting ruined by my sweaty tush.

It comes in four colors: black, purple, lime and blue. On all four, the main body is black but the zipper has the color accents.

Right now, you can get the dual pocket run belt for a limited time for $16.90, which is more than 40% off the regular price ($29.90). Click HERE to head over to the SLS3 store!

I love all my SLS3 gear. You can get 40% off anything on the SLS3 Web site by using code BLOG40. They have so many things every runner and triathlete will love, including compression socks and sleeves (my personal favorite).

You can also win your own SLS3 Dual Pocket Run Belt by entering this Rafflecopter giveaway

Winner will be selected on March 21 and contacted directly by an SLS3 representative. Good luck!


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