Review: Bibboards

Disclaimer: I received a set of Bibboards to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

How many of your running shirts or tanks have holes in them from securing your racing bib with safety pins?  Mine too!  Isn’t it so annoying?!  I’ve seen alternative bib attachments advertised and have even tried a couple, but none really seemed to work well.  That is, until Bibboards!

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BibBoards have a flat surface on the exposed side for company logos or other content (such as my chosen “Will run for wine” slogan). A second piece works by pushing part of a racer’s shirt into a recess, providing a secure fit. When the race is over, they simply pop off. BibBoards can be reused, and their special shape holds down a bib MORE secure than dangerous safety pins, without the fuss or holes.

Running + Wine = Love

Bibboards won’t fall off no matter how fiercely you may be running, biking, etc.

BIBBOARD INSTRUCTIONS

If the bib does not have holes, make holes or slits 1 inch from the corners with a pointed object e.g., a pen tip or a knife. The stud pushes the fabric through the clip locking the stud and racing bib in place.

1. Push front piece stud through race bib hole
2. Snap back piece onto stud from the inside of the shirt, fastening the shirt and bib in between the two pieces.
3. Repeat in all four corners of bib.

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No more pins, no more holes!  Yay!

Ready to order a pair (or two or three) of your own?  Use code #BibChat at bibboards.com for 20% off.  This code works on all orders, even custom design and there’s no minimum quantity for a custom print!

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See what other BibRavePros are saying about Bibboards:

Jeannine     Ben     Vanessa    Lissa

Until next time,

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