Our most minimal waist-mounted hydration solution for running. 17oz Quick Stow flask is lightweight, collapsible and features our classic one-piece silicone bite valve for rapid hydration 3D Micro Mesh: Multi-directional air flow and cushioning to maximize comfort and breathability Secure Phone Pocket: Conveniently located with a zipper closure for secured quick access Reflectivity: For early morning or late-night runs Trekking Pole Carry: Easily remove or replace poles while running XS/S: 26-30 in | 66-76 cm; S/M: 28-32 in | 71-81cm; M/L: 30-35 in | 76-89 cm Pack Weight: 70g/2oz Gear Capacity: 2L/120 cu in
Even optimists get flats sometimes. The Hot Laps Stealth is the perfect remedy for people not wanting to wear a pack (or anything) when cranking out laps at the park or local trails. Designed to be worn under a jersey, the Stealth features just enough storage to keep you from walking home: a mini-tool, spare tube, a gel, your phone, and some cash. Bonus: the Polygiene treatment keeps the bag odor-free for multiple rides. - Under-jersey storage solution - Breathable air mesh back panel - Deployable side water bottle pocket - Internal fleece-lined phone pocket - Spare tube or sunglasses storage - Zippered side pocket - Micro-stretch waistbelt for added comfort
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Weighing in at 350 grams, the Octane XCT is perfect for moving fast and light. The waist belt provides extra stability and includes zippered pockets for easy access to essentials. The new design features extra storage on the waist belt and harness, so you can keep keys, gels and maps in easy reach. The brand new Crux delivers 20% more water per sip, with an ergonomic handle for easier refilling, and an on/off lever that makes it easy to prevent leaks Ventilated waist belt with cargo pockets for easy access to essentials Reflectivity for early morning or evening runs Made with ultralight materials Front-facing pockets on harness for easy fuel and gear storage
Insulated drink belt that holds 1 liter of liquid and keeps it from freezing or keeps it warm. Zipper compartment on top to store food and media. Two color webbing with clip at waist. Volume: 1 liter.
Hold .6 liters of any cold or hot beverage. Insulated Drink belt that keeps liquid from freezing. One zipper compartment at top to store food or media. Thick webbing with buckle at waist.
The small bladder with its horizontal shape is specially designed for the Pulse hip belt. Thanks to the drinking bottle’s side flaps, the space available is put to optimal use and there is even room for tools and food in the hip bag. The drinking tube is a standard length and compatible with all the other drinking tubes in the range. Our drinking system allows liquid to be continuously supplied, without having to interrupt the sporting activity. Deuter backpacks are specially designed with drinking systems in mind. The whole system is BPA-free as well as PFC-free. - Taste-FreeTM: The interior of the bladder and the tube are as smooth as glass. Thanks to these molecular features, the streamer is taste-free, very hygienic, and easy to clean. - Grunge-GuardTM: This layer, which is securely fastened to the carrier material, inhibits the growth of bacteria in the drinking system. - Easy Clean: The drinking system can be easily filled and cleaned thanks to its wide opening which expands over the whole width – absolutely leak-free due to the push clip closure. - Dirt Guard: The attachable protective cap keeps the mouthpiece free from dirt during longer journeys. - Top-performing hydration system with technology from Source Vagabond - Helix Valve enables a constant flow of liquid - Streamer Clip: full-width top opening for easy filling and cleaning, sliding clip is absolutely leakproof PFAS FREE This deuter product is free of intentionally used PFAS (per & polyfluorinated chemicals). deuter thus reduces the use of substances, that are known to harm the environment and health. For Outdoor products, PFAS are mainly used for water-repellant treatments. Instead, Deuter uses an alternative DWR (Durable Water Repellency) impregnation.
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