Gimme, Gimme!: SPIbelt Stash Pack for Kids

It seems like the season of comebacks. First slap bracelets and now – an updated fanny pack? But don’t call it a fanny pack: This one is known as the SPIbelt, or "Small Personal Item" belt.

Once the ’90s were over, the fanny became something of a fashion faux pas, maybe reserved for the family trip to Cedar Point. But this slimmer, updated version is a far cry from the stodgy packs of yore.

The Kids Belts, which come in a variety of styles and colors – including plaid, skulls, camo, hot pink and lime green – can hold an iPod, cell phone, keys and the other basics your kid needs at all times. The 16- to 24-inch diameter usually fit kids’ waists up at age 7.

The dual pocket belt has two expandable pockets on the left and right side, leaving more room for your kid’s stuff.

The SPIbelt is perfect for anything from vacations to bike rides. Since spring is here and summer right around the corner, this is a savvy on-the-go accessory. Because your child will be doing so many outdoor activities, the SPIbelt holds all her stuff, keeping it safe in her possession.

So, next time your kid wants run around with friends – give her the SPIbelt to stash her essentials. And make fanny packs hip again!

Pick one up online at SPIbelt. Prices range from $16.95 to $26.95.

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