Very comfortable to wear. Main pocket can fit larger-format phones, even with hardshell cases. Includes two 10 oz. bottles. Additional strap helps secure bottles in holders. Bib holders work well, keeping race bibs in place and in one piece.
Mesh bottle holders aren’t rigid, making it difficult to put bottles back into place after using. Pouch zipper is positioned too low, risking items falling out of pouch when opened. Thinner users may have trouble adjusting belt down enough to fit snugly.
Larger waistpack holds large smartphones and plenty of snacks. Fits two large water bottles, which are well-balanced to either side of the main pouch. Features adjustable waist strap and removable shoulder strap.
Water bottle pockets can tear with a few days of heavy use. Adjustment may slip during heavy activity, requiring frequent readjustment.
Very lightweight. Fits most runners comfortably. Carries smartphone and other small items snugly. Does not bounce at all when running, even when water bottles are full.
Large-format phones, particularly those in cases, will not fit the main pocket well. Fabric can chafe if it contacts bare skin during a run.
Holds a standard 12 oz. water bottle cozily within its single mesh holder. Allows bottle to be removed and replaced easily during a jog. Main pocket fits large-format smartphones. Inside valuables pocket is a nice plus for travelers.
Strap is on the short side. Bottle holder bands may snap after a few uses. Bottle may bounce and slosh during runs.
No dangling tags or cords, as are found with some racing-oriented hydration belts. Fits waist sizes 28-54". Fits some larger smartphones including the iPhone 6. Light enough to wear throughout the day. Includes two water bottles.
Does not fit largest-format smartphones such as the iPhone 6S. Thin waist strap may be uncomfortable for those whose waist approaches max size.
BestReviews wants to be better. Please take our 3-minute survey,
and give us feedback about your visit today.