RaidLight Smartphone Armbelt


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Dark Grey / Electric Blue - XL


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Running armband for iphone 6

Raidlight Smartphone Armbelt - XL mounts your iphone 6 or similar sized smartphone on your arm with exceptional comfort thanks to a neoprene construction and a hook and loop adjustment.

A must have for runners that like to listen to music as they run or one of the many other applications dedicated to the trail or running. Navigate your device by touch without having to remove it from its case through the very fine plastic glass. Zipped stretch side pocket has space for your keys or inhaler, etc.

  • 58g
  • Dimensions: 9 cm x 16 cm
  • Neoprene backed
  • Stretchy and adjustable strap
  • Laminated plastic to see the screen and use touchscreen
  • Zipped stretch pocket


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