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Osprey Packs Duro Handheld Hydration Bottle


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    Duro Handheld Hydration Bottle

    When you prefer to carry your water, grab the ultralight Osprey Packs Duro Handheld Hydration Bottle. It uses a minimalist design to keep you well-hydrated on your next road or trail run without holding you back. The ergonomic grip easily fits your hand for a comfy carry, while the bite valve ensures you don't have to stop your run just to grab a drink.

    • Handheld hydration bottle to keep hydrated when training or racing
    • Included Osprey Hydraulics 250ml soft flask keeps you hydrated
    • Ambidextrous-handed fit allows personalized drinking versatility
    • Small mesh pockets carry your small running and race essentials
    • Adjustable strap allows you to easily and quickly secure the bottle
    • Item #OSP00CI

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] 70 x 140d nylon, [accents] nylon stretch mesh, [bottom] nylon stretch mesh, [bottle] Osprey Hydraulics 250ml soft flask
    7.9 x 3.2 x 2.8in
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    road running, trail running
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    Minimal, comfortable

      This works as a perfect minimalist way to carry water. I don't run long enough distances to need the kind of water a hydration vest provides so this seemed like a nice alternative. The small pocket is great for gels or other small items like my inhaler.

      I hardly notice the thing when I run and it holds enough water for a few miles (1-8). Easy to drink from as well. However, I've heard from more experienced runners that having anything on your hands throwing off your balance is a bad idea on long runs. Also, my girlfriend makes fun of me for using this and says it looks weird. Can't make everyone happy!

      Minimal, comfortable