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Ronhill Marathon Arm Strap - AW19

RRP £12.99£10.39 - RRP £12.99


Ronhill Marathon Arm Strap - AW19
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Ronhill Marathon Arm Strap - AW19

RRP £12.99£10.39 - RRP £12.99

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An arm strap perfect for marathon day....

An arm strap perfect for marathon day....

  • Product Code: RON2815
  • Colour Shown: Grey
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Ronhill Marathon Arm Strap

An arm strap perfect for marathon day.


The Ronhill Marathon Arm Strap is designed with a Powerlite fabric which contains a high-level elastane, providing great stretch and recovery. The excellent stretch and recovery are achieved from the knitted construction along with high elastane content which allows you to store multiple valuable items. The strap easily allows for the storage of 3 60ml gel loops. Lastly, the strap also provides a personalised, optimum fit.

About Ronhill

On the 9th September 1970 Ron Hill set up Ron Hill Sports. Ron Hill was the first ever person from Britain to win the Boston Marathon, in 2hrs 10mins 30secs. He also struck gold at the Commonwealth Games recording a time of 2hrs 9mins 28secs. Ron's unique combination of first hand running knowledge and a career as a textile chemist put him in a prime position to combine his passions and create a running brand. Ron was the first person to use synthetic fabrics in sportswear and invented a lot of the fabrics that today's latest products are based upon. Ron continues to inspire runners even into retirement. Ron has completed over 155,000 miles since he started his training log in 1956. Though even the greatest streak, must eventually end, as Ronhill has announced on the 29th January 2017, after 52 years and 39 days, he's finally going to have a day off.

Manufacturer Code: RONRH003276RH00326

RON2815
  • Powerlite fabric - High content of elastane with great stretch and recovery.
  • Storage - 3 60ml gel loops.
  • Personalised - Can be adjusted for a optimum fit.

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Ronhill Marathon Arm Strap

An arm strap perfect for marathon day.


The Ronhill Marathon Arm Strap is designed with a Powerlite fabric which contains a high-level elastane, providing great stretch and recovery. The excellent stretch and recovery are achieved from the knitted construction along with high elastane content which allows you to store multiple valuable items. The strap easily allows for the storage of 3 60ml gel loops. Lastly, the strap also provides a personalised, optimum fit.

About Ronhill

On the 9th September 1970 Ron Hill set up Ron Hill Sports. Ron Hill was the first ever person from Britain to win the Boston Marathon, in 2hrs 10mins 30secs. He also struck gold at the Commonwealth Games recording a time of 2hrs 9mins 28secs. Ron's unique combination of first hand running knowledge and a career as a textile chemist put him in a prime position to combine his passions and create a running brand. Ron was the first person to use synthetic fabrics in sportswear and invented a lot of the fabrics that today's latest products are based upon. Ron continues to inspire runners even into retirement. Ron has completed over 155,000 miles since he started his training log in 1956. Though even the greatest streak, must eventually end, as Ronhill has announced on the 29th January 2017, after 52 years and 39 days, he's finally going to have a day off.

Manufacturer Code: RONRH003276RH00326

RON2815

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