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The ultimate pack for ultramarathons.

Designed to meet the unique demands of ultramarathon runners, the UltrAspire Omega Hydration Vest provides an ideal combination of storage space, low weight, and a runner-specific harness system. The Compressi-flex suspension stabilizes the load for a bounce-free carry that doesn't restrict your ability to breathe or move freely, and the quick-access reservoir compartment allows you to rapidly refill the bladder mid-race. Plentiful pockets allow you to organize your items efficiently, leading to quicker access mid-race, and less time wasted.

  • Compressi-flex suspension
  • Microfiber mesh and nylon fabric
  • Elastic sternum strap
  • Secure dual Speed Hooks
  • UA two-liter reservoir in separate compartment
  • Top zippered pocket
  • Left mesh pocket
  • Zippered inner pocket
  • Elastic attachment on each shoulder
  • Reflective details on front and back
  • Trekking pole carry loop

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UltrAspire Omega for President

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I was looking for a larger pack for Spring/Fall all-day solo unsupported backcountry trail runs and tested three packs against each other: UltrAspire Omega, UltrAspire Titan 2.0, and Nathan VaporAir. The Nathan carried just how I like it - high up on my back and not floppy or bouncy even when bombing downhill under a full load. However, it just wasn't large enough to carry everything I would carry on cool-and-possibly-inclement-weather long runs. The Titan 2.0 was plenty roomy, but super floppy and hard to keep from bouncing when running downhill. Also, the load carried too low on my back. This wasn't much of an issue when I was walking on the uphills, but it got really aggravating on the downhills to be constantly tightening the pack and changing my stride to keep it from bouncing around.
Enter the Omega. Plenty large enough to hold my gear (see below for the full list), great pocket selection to organize said gear, rides high up on my back, and minimal bounce when bombing downhill even with a full hydration bladder. I especially appreciated there being two side straps and two sternum straps for dialing in the fit, the stiffeners on the zipper to give the pack some rigidity, and the high placement of the drinking tube keeper. And the two extra stash pockets on the back! I've got about two hours under full load with this pac so far and I'm loving it!
For comparison, this is what I've had it loaded with during the test and what I usually bring on early/late season solo runs: full 70oz. bladder, wind breaker, fleecy sweater, arm warmers, leg warmers, warm cap, thin gloves, emergency blanket, electrolyte pills, tube of first aidy pills, vet wrap, compass, phone, personal locator beacon, matches, knife, thin gloves, sun screen tube, water purifying drops, headlamp, spare batteries, 8 bars and 8 gels.