Locked and loaded for the long haul.
You never know what Mother Nature has in store when you venture out for a high-mileage day on the trail and the Nike Men's Trail Kiger Vest allows you to be ready for just about everything. With structured shoulder straps, breathable mesh lining, and flexible mesh body, the Trail Kiger delivers a low-profile fit that won't interfere with your stride and is also equipped plenty of pockets to keep you prepared for what lies ahead. The main back compartment can be used to carry a 2-liter hydration reservoir or stash a light shell when rain's in the forecast. The front of the vest is outfitted with two large mesh pockets where water bottles can be stowed and two zippered front pockets that are ideal for gels and quick trail snacks. Two adjustable sternum straps can be cinched down tight to ensure a bounce-free fit when you're fully loaded for a marathon push on a new trail or an old favorite.
- Flexible mesh body
- Breathable mesh lining
- Zippered main compartment
- Hydration reservoir compatible
- Internal cinch strap
- Two front mesh holster pockets
- Two front zippered pockets
- Large internal pouch
- Large stretch mesh pocket
- Zippered lower back pocket
- Integrated emergency whistle
- Reflective details
- Item #NKE00Z2
- Q & A
Excels in Durability
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
After logging some solid trail miles in the Kiger vest, there's a few things that stand out to me. I've used a variety of packs so I'll be comparing the Kiger to what I've already used.
The Kiger is an extremely durable running pack. A lot of my packs I'm scared to wash too much because I don't want them to fall apart, though that hasn't even crossed my mind with the Nike vest. As you've probably guessed, with durability comes weight. The Kiger is on the heavier side for what it can hold (not much). You're able to store three bottles, two up front and one in the back (bottom), a few gels/bars, and a windlayer with gloves in the main compartment. I took this pack on a 3hr run and feel you could cover, on average, up to 6-7hrs depending on how much you need to eat. For longer trips I will take my Ultimate Direction AK vest which can hold a bit more.
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