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Aeromic Black Galaxy Pouchbelt with Black Logo

Brand: Aeromic
Original price $39.99 - Original price $39.99
Original price
$39.99 - $39.99
Current price $39.99

Product Info

The Black Galaxy Standard Upright Pouch with Black Logo is designed to hold your body pack transmitter from all the major wireless brands like Shure, AKG, Mipro, Fitness Audio, Sennheiser, and others in style! It also holds different types of smartphones, iPhones or iPods if you listen to music while you walk, run or ride.

Product highlights:

  • PouchBelts feature an adjustable buckle for waist sizes up to 39.7-inches with a standard vertical pouch.
  • This belt is only available in a medium size - an Aeromic Belt Extender can be added.
  • Made of neoprene
  • Hand Washable (sparkle and colors may fade over time - please use care)
  • No returns are allowed for this item. All sales are final, please call, email, or live chat if you have any questions about this item.

*Please note that images featured are correct at time of print, however occasionally there are discrepancies in the fabric color; therefore, sometimes belt colors may differ to the images shown.

Every Fitness Instructor using a bodypack should wear their microphone transmitter in a sports pouch during every class in order to fully protect it against the harsh environment of exercise instruction. All of these wireless microphone belts will fit any of the transmitter bodypacks we sell. As always, feel free to contact us with any questions you might have about these products.

You don't wear your wireless transmitter pack in a microphone belt while teaching fitness classes?!! Your poor, sweaty fitness audio equipment is begging you to reconsider. The perfect fitness instructor accessory. Save yourself the hassle of having to hold your transmitter during classes, and help to ensure it is safe and will not fall and break on the ground.

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