Abingdon Marathon Products


We have designed new products for runners who are training for, or who have run the Abingdon Marathon in previous years
hoose from multifunctional headwear, Pace Pockets, or both, at exclusive special prices secured by the organisers.

All profits from sales of these products will be donated to our chosen 2019 charity: Maggie’s Centre

To find out more and to buy, just click on the products below.

We hope they will help you have a great experience at The Abingdon Marathon.

Multifunctional headwear

Multifunctional headwear is a seamless necktube bandana.  This high quality version features a unique design for The Abingdon Marathon.

It can keep you cool in the hot and warm in the cool. It can be worn and used in a multitude of useful ways.

  • Around the neck
  • Headband
  • Sweat Band
  • Beanie Hat
  • Pirate Head Scarf

(See video how to wear under the product details).

This can be used by everyone and not just runners, hikers, cyclers and for general use. You can never have enough of these!

Pace Pockets

Pace Pockets are fabric wristbands printed with your choice of marathon split times, and featuring a storage pocket for running essentials.

Simply choose the time you are looking to run the marathon in and the pace pocket will give you a mile by mile split times to make sure you stay on target.

Fission Nutrition Muscle INTRA XCEL – Sports Drink

Purchase a trial pack for £1 + p&p or receive it free when purchasing our Multifunctional Headwear

For any questions about your Abingdon Marathon products order, please email info@xempo.co.uk or call 020 8568 2601

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