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Strap the basics to your back, run like the wind, and forget everything else.

Run 100 miles and you'll quickly realize how important it is to have a lightweight way to carry water, calories, and a spare layer. Lucky for you, the lean-and-mean Nathan Endurance was built to do just that. Constructed almost entirely of breathable mesh, this backpack-meets-vest hydration pack embraces light-and-fast. A grip of pockets hold small essentials, and a 2L reservoir with a locking bite tube means fast access to water. When your run requires abandoning any opportunity for support for more miles than you can count on one hand, reach for the Endurance.

  • 3-Way Propulsion Harness support uses an adjustable-height sternum strap and adjustable side straps to create a fit that won't slide around while you run
  • Included hydration bladder is filter-compatible so you can refill your supply of H20 even if there isn't a faucet in sight
  • Dual-zipper opening and hook-and-loop closure allows for quick access to hydration bladder so there's no need to remove it for refills
  • An attached rear shock cord can be tightened with one pull for securing a jacket or spare layer
  • Reflective tube guides help you remain visible to vehicular traffic at dawn, dusk, and in the dead of night

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5 5


I just finished my first ultra on European soil using this vest and I was quite pleased with it, especially since this race (among others in Europe) require the runner to carry a number of items with them. In addition to the standard fare I schlep around -- GU, ClifBlocks, water, and TUMS -- I also had to carry with me a headlamp (along w/ spare batteries), a thermal blanket, a whistle, band-aids, a windbreaker/jacket, a map of the trail provided by the race organizers, my iPhone, and a water bottle. When the bladder was filled to capacity (two liters) the pack was, of course, moderately heavy but the bounce was minimal and the weight well-distributed. All in all, a solid race/hydration vest.