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An adjustable elastic nylon belt from TYR features buttons which easily snaps over the race number for your race day. It eliminates the use of safety pins and damages to your shirt.

Fabric & Fit

  • Adjustable nylon belt clip.
  • One size fits all.

Features & Benefits

  • Easy-to-use design.
  • Buttons for attaching number.

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  • 4 star rating (19 Reviews)

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  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/25/2013

    good, but it misses something to carry power liquids

  • rating star
    By from
    on 4/2/2013

    Its a racing belt.  It did exactly what it was suppose to do.  It was comfortable and I didn't notice it moving around.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/16/2011

    The product is great but the fact that the snaps don't match the # BIB holes is a pain.  you have to make new holes on the race BIB to match up.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 9/19/2014

    Works perfectly, as advertised.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 9/11/2014

    There are three snaps on each belt.  All three snaps have a cover, which appears to be attached by glue.  During the first use, the covers to each snap came off when we tried to remove each snap from their closure.  The belts are still functional, but does make it more difficult to unsnap each one.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 4/28/2014

    It worked perfectly for the run  part of my Sprint Triathlon. I wished it had one of two bands to add a GU gel, but it's Ok. It's for 5K runs only. The buttons to attach the race number, worked fine for me, they do not fit the race numbers holes, but that's not an issue at all, you clipped the buttons wherever you want to have the race number and that's it.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/3/2013

    Works great for holding my tri bib numbers. Adjustable.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 7/28/2013

    Great race belt for the price. Easy to attach your race tags and easy to put on for quick transitions.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 4/23/2011

    Snaps too close together for bib number. Other than that, it works very well

  • rating star
    By from
    on 4/23/2011

    It does what it is supposed to, except snaps for bib number are too close together. Not a major problem, though.



Founded in Southern California in 1985, TYR™ has since developed a reputation for high-quality products and equipment. TYR competition swimwear and triathlon gear have been a dominant force in their respective industries. The company is also known for its TYR goggles, swim apparel, triathlon wetsuits and a wide variety of swimming equipment.

TYR was the first company to introduce a pair of goggles designed to fit a woman's face (the TYR T-72). TYR was also responsible for the famous red bathing suits featured on the hit television series "Baywatch." TYR consults with current and former athletes when developing its products. Swimmers know that TYR is a leader in swimsuits, warm-up suits, and swim training equipment. The TYR Tracer Series is one of the most advanced technical suit lines on the market. The TYR Hurricane wetsuits and the TYR Torque collections include top-of-the-line suits for the competitive swimmer.

TYR has also moved into competitive running equipment. From running shirts to shorts, its apparel is designed with the runner in mind. Built with moisture wicking fabric and antimicrobial material, TYR running apparel is designed to give the athlete the most comfortable, dry clothing on the market.

The name "TYR" is derived from the Norse god of warriors, who is said to have embodied victory and glory. Much the same can be said about the athletes who started TYR. Executive Vice President, Steve Furniss, was an Olympian who competed in the 1972 and 1976 Summer Games, and captained the 76th U.S. Olympic Swim Team.