We reveal the top buys to stash your stuff in when you head out for a run

Keys, phone, snacks – where to put them? When you go out for a run, the dilemma is always where to put your stuff. You end up clutching everything in your hands as you pound the pavement, desperately making sure you don’t drop anything. So we’ve found the top running belts and bags to help you stash your stuff when you hit the road.


Osprey Rev Solo Bottle Pack, £30, chainreactioncycles.com

Comes with a 600ml bottle which fits snugly in its holster. Plus there are three other pockets, including one for your smartphone.


Reebok Fitness Running Storage Belt, £24.99, reebokfitness.info

With an adjustable waistband for a bounce-free run, this belt packs waterproof storage compartments and a headphone access point.


Aquapac Armband Case Small, £30, aquapac.net

This strong adjustable armband will keep your iPhone clean and dry and you can still use the touchscreen through the plastic shield.


Flipbelt, £25, theflipbelt.co.uk

This stretchy waistband has slots where you can slip your phone, snacks, keys and more. Flip the belt over to keep everything secure against your body. Genius.


Osprey Verve 9 Hydration Pack, £80, cotswoldoutdoor.com

This women’s specific fit backpack is ideal for carrying keys, phone and wallet, plus it’s your very own water carrier. Simply sip through the attached tube.


Nathan SpeedDraw Plus, £22, johnlewis.com

This easy-grip water bottle comes with its own mini backpack, which can fit your phone, keys, food and more.


Nike Expandable Lean Running Waist Pack, £15, store.nike.com/gb

Stash your cards, keys and cash without adding too much bulk. The nylon mesh keeps it breathable and the reflective taping means you’ll stay visible.