Double up for longer runs.

When you’re starting to build up your mileage base in preparation for your next marathon, your hydration needs are going to increase, too. Carry the fluids you need for a two-hour training run in the CamelBak Delaney DC Lumbar Pack, which accommodates two CamelBak Podium bottles (included) in the back, with gel bottle pockets (bottles included) and a handy zip pocket in the front of the side-cinch belt.

  • Lightweight belt features mesh-covered perforated foam in back panel for carrying comfort
  • Podium bottle delivers taste-free water through its no-spatter, no-spill JetValve
  • HydroGuard anti-microbial technology inhibits bacterial growth on bottle interior

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2 5

Not for running

I got this because of some of the reviews about how good it is. I tried it on a long run I had planned and it did not work at all. I had to taurn back after 100yds and get rid of it. I am a bigger guy, 6'4" and 260, waist 40in. The straps loosened very quickly and the weight of the water concentrated in one spot caused the pack to bounce more and more as the straps loosened. This pack needs something to keep the straps tight and it may work for running but as it is presently it is only good for hiking or biking.

5 5

Camelbak Delaney DC

Ran 5 miles in it this morning. Didn't need it for a short run like this, but wanted to see how it ran. Sits perfectly in lumbar position, adjusts for comfort, but cinched down it felt a little tight, but it actually was perfect on the run. No bounce with two full bottles, put ipod in a gel pouch, keys in the front zipper pouch. If I needed another, I would buy it without hesitation.