Forget about your phone.


The first performance apparel designed for smartphones.

Kippo shorts secure your smartphone and make it easy to grab. No more flop. No more drop. Your phone stays in place so you can enjoy running and lifting.

Women's leggings with pockets.

Men's running shorts with pockets.

Your phone needs to be secure and easy to grab.

Armbands awful.

Ditch that bicep witch. Armbands suck because they slip, cut off circulation, and prevent easy access.

Belts bad.

Running belts bounce and shift. These glorified fanny packs rub you the wrong way and it's one more thing to remember.

Floppy fails.

Floppy pockets aren't made for moving fast and carrying a device. Stop the swing and fling with Kippo.

Discover the Kippo difference for women and men.

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Good people are saying good things.

Craig A.

"I never used to listen to music while deadlifting or bench pressing. Kippo shorts positioned the phone perfectly on my hip while deadlifting, eliminating the old worry of smashing my phone with the bar. Using Kippo shorts on the treadmill was a breeze too. My phone was secure and accessible for changing music."

Michael M.

"...a simple thing I really liked was how easy it was to access my phone when I needed it. No zippers or awkward pocket linings to deal with. I have a silicon case on my phone, so with other athletic shorts or jacket pockets, pulling out the phone tends to also pull out the entire pocket every time."

Catherine S.

"When I go running, I always carry my phone so my kids and my husband can get ahold of me. Kippo leggings are soft and durable and the pockets conceal my phone to the point I forget it's even there."

Ulla D.

"Last summer I was hiking Black Tusk in Canada and I had to give my phone to my friend who was wearing Kippo capris because I didn't have any place to put my iPhone. That was it, I had to have some!"

Diana A.

"Don't go another day without ordering Kippo capris or leggings. My normal leggings don't have any usable pockets, so I end up shoving my phone in my waistband, which is not ideal."