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Good Armband?

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9th September 2011, 06:40 PM   |  #1  
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Can anyone recommend a good armband for the Shift? I like to take my phone for music while running, and an armband would be sweet. I would want something that keeps the phone secure, though, and most that I see are always open. I would probably wear it on my forearm so that I could get to it, and having an opening on any side would be bad. If all else fails, I could wear it on my bicep and leave the opening at the top.
10th September 2011, 08:35 PM   |  #2  
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Can anyone recommend a good armband for the Shift? I like to take my phone for music while running, and an armband would be sweet. I would want something that keeps the phone secure, though, and most that I see are always open. I would probably wear it on my forearm so that I could get to it, and having an opening on any side would be bad. If all else fails, I could wear it on my bicep and leave the opening at the top.

I used this one no problem.

http://tinyw.in/01t
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11th September 2011, 02:57 AM   |  #3  
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Oh, that one looks pretty cool. Not just an opening at the top, exactly. Thanks for the pointer.
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Riggs, I went ahead and got this one, and it's pretty decent. Not exactly a glove-like fit, but it does the job, and it's comfortable to wear. Thanks again.
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Riggs, I went ahead and got this one, and it's pretty decent. Not exactly a glove-like fit, but it does the job, and it's comfortable to wear. Thanks again.

glad to hear.

yea its not perfect but it definitely does the job.
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I used this one no problem.

http://tinyw.in/01t

Man, it pays to browse these threads every now and then. This is what I've been looking to get since I've started training again. Awesome!
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That's a pretty nice arm band for cheap, but I generally like belt clips better.

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