Wristband: Sweatband with zipper pocket
Best place to buy: Amazon
Manufacturer: Wolf’s Workouts
Users: Runners, cross trainers, general exercisers, style, and people looking to hide money.
Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
This product is made by Wolf’s Workouts, but it will be no different.
This will be a very honest review, same as everything else, so rest assured you will be given all the necessary information to make a decision with.
Why a Wristband with Zipper Pockets?
I decided to make my own because I needed to solve one very important problem. When I workout, I need a place to put my money and car keys when I’m away from home.
I’ve never felt comfortable leaving money in a locker because they get broken into.
Money and keys sometimes falls out of my pocket while I’m working out. I can’t even remember the number of times I’ve had to run back to where I was working out to try to find my keys because they weren’t in my pocket when I got to the car.
I tried using a fitness armband, but there’s always the possibility of robbery when you’re outdoors and any halfway intelligent thief knows people keep valuables like their ID and money in the armband with their cell phone.
Having a wristband that has a built-in zipper pocket solves all those problems. I can safely store keys, fobs, dollar bills, and change in a place that thieves would never think to look if they were robbing me.
Besides storage, what else is it good for?
They’re made of thick terry cloth to make them durable and absorbent.
Its main purpose is for runners and gym rats, but it’s also a good accessory to wear to amusement parks. People lose a ton of money from their pockets all the time from riding roller coasters. These wristbands keep your money where it belongs – with you.
Cons the Zipper Wristband for Runners
Some may think this is stating the obvious, but you can’t store a cell phone in it the way you can with an armband. The zipper entrance also is not wide enough to fit an ID card or driver’s license.
For those reasons, I recommend buying them both together. Get the armband for your ID and phone. Get the wristband as a safe and inconspicuous place for your money and wipe away sweat.
Buy, or Pass It By?
One thing I didn’t mention in the review is that these wristbands are limited edition. There are only 250 of this model in existence and that’s all there ever will be.
It can be a collector’s item in addition to everything else, so yes, the zipper wristbands are worth a purchase.
I hope this review has helped you decide if this wristband with built-in zipper pockets will fulfill your needs.
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