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Say 'no' to slosh.

Optimized for two to four hour runs, the Gregory Pace 5 Hydration Pack holds five liters of water, fuel, and gear close to your body for maximum stability. Gregory's exclusive Hydrapak reservoir has a baffled design that reduces the annoying sloshing around as you run, and there are plenty of accessory pockets to ensure that you can carry everything you need and stay organized.
  • Gender-specific fit for comfort
  • Wraptor harness design hugs your frame and eliminates bounce
  • Top entry for easy access to gear
  • Hydrapak Shape-Shift reservoir is designed for easy filling and reduced jostling
  • Internal reservoir compression of reduced load-shifting
  • Accessory pockets and gel flask holder for easy access to the essentials
  • Stretch mesh pocket with easy pull tab for extras like a light rain jacket
  • Additional front pocket for easy access to small items
  • Reflective graphics make you more visible at night

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great bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Being a petite woman (5'2" 107 lbs), most unisex hydration packs don't fit well, and that would get annoying really quick when running distance. This bag, however, is a perfect fit. I got the XS/S and have used it several times, up to 14 miles, and I barely even notice that I'm wearing it. I hear the water sloshing in the bladder but I don't FEEL the slosh. The bag doesn't snag my technical tops and didn't chafe when paired with a racerback tank. The front pockets are well placed and just the right size for a phone or energy gels. Overall, the bag is such a huge improvement over a handheld water bottle that I don't think I could ever go back. It's sort of pricey but if you're running distance and have a hard time finding a pack that fits right, this is totally worth the money.