Collection: Running Belts

Ultimate Performance Running Belts keep your valuables and energy gels within easy reach.

Best running belt for me?

When selecting a running belt, it's essential to consider several key features that enhance the practicality and comfort of the belt during runs. We design every Ultimate Performance running belt with the following in mind:

Adjustable fit

The belt should have an adjustable strap to ensure a snug and secure fit. This prevents it from bouncing or shifting during your run, which can cause discomfort or distractions.

Comfort and materials

Choose materials that are soft against the skin to avoid irritation and chafing. Breathable fabrics or mesh can help keep the area under the belt cool and dry. The belt should also be lightweight to minimize any additional burden.

Storage capacity

Depending on your needs, the belt should have adequate space for essentials like your phone, keys, ID, and perhaps small snacks or gels. Pockets should be easy to access on the go.

Secure pockets

To protect your items, especially in crowded places or rough terrain, look for belts with zippered or securely closing pockets.

Water resistance

For all-weather runners, a water-resistant material or coating can protect your electronics and other sensitive items from rain or sweat.

High viz safety

For those who run early in the morning or late at night, reflective accents on the belt can improve visibility to drivers and other road users, enhancing safety.


For long-distance runners, belts with the capability to carry water bottles or hydration packs are crucial. These should be designed for easy access to fluids without needing to stop or slow down significantly.


A well-designed belt should distribute weight evenly to avoid bouncing and should stay in place comfortably without needing frequent adjustments.

Minimal bulk

A streamlined design that holds essentials without adding bulk is ideal, particularly for competitive runners who are conscious about weight and aerodynamics.


High-quality materials and construction are essential to withstand regular use, friction, and outdoor elements.

Ease of maintenance

Since running belts will endure sweat and possibly outdoor elements, opting for materials that are easy to clean and maintain is practical.

By considering these features, you can choose a running belt that not only meets your specific needs but also enhances your running experience by keeping essential items secure and accessible without hindering your performance.