Rated 5 out of 5 by onthetrail padded hipbelt water carrier
Very pleased w/ this item as I'm using it for jogging & i wanted something as minimalist as possible while still be large enough to carry a sufficient amount of water. Initially was going to get the lime green color but chose the one w/ the hi-vis yellow color to help me been seen by vehicles. Nice small, zippered pouch was an attribute I liked as well because I can carry an small cell phone, keys, and an emergency contact card in case I fall ill or am injured while jogging. Belt is nice and pliable as opposed to being inflexible. This is an important feature to me because it allows for a full range of motion w/o binding up or chafing. Materials seem to be built to last on the product as well. Well thought out product IMO.
May 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Willie01 Hydration Pack Single
Great when I am biking. Can carry water and extras in the pack.
April 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Klimberkat Return of the fanny pack!
I got this to hold water, keys and my iPhone when I go running, and it seems to be doing it's job. The water bottle isn't the easiest thing to get in and out while moving, but I usually welcome a 5 sec break for water.
I found it very useful when doing yard work and mowing the lawn in the hot weather.
I am petite, and it may look silly on me since when running I have to tighten it on my natural waist or it bounces around if I try to keep it low on the hips...but that's fine, I'm not trying to impress my neighbors or my dog.
All in all, it does what I wanted it to, I love the shade of blue, and I look forward to many, many uses.
August 6, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by LookingForGoodDeals Too Bulky
I was excited to get this pack since I need it to carry my keys, iphone, and water bottle when I jog with my dog. I was disappointed because this pack is so bulky and big. I have a petite frame so it's not very flattering on me. I returned it.
February 24, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by BiggieLow OK but not for trail running
This is a sturdy, minimalist hydration pack that is a great for walkers and fair-climate hikers. It suffers from 2 flaws: first, it is very difficult to remove and replace the water bottle from its pouch while moving...and so I can't recommend this product to trail runners. Secondly, the insulated water bottle pouch has a gimmicky cut-away (as seen in the pic), which looks great, but I'd prefer the extra insulation to keep the bottle's contents cold (or unfrozen)...depending on the season. If you need a simple pack for hiking and don't mind fiddling with the bottle to drink, this is a decent value. Runners should probably look elsewhere.
January 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Swimmereveryday Day walker
Excellent item to take on a day hike. Light
weight and will not slip down on your
hips. a side pocket excellent for keys and
an energy bar.
October 7, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by bbbbbbbbbbb Great Buy
Great item,well made, good value
September 29, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ilovetoshop1969 good pack, but small pocket
I really liked the feel of the pack. I have another fanny pack that holds two bottles, but this one is nice for just a short walk and room for Ipod and ID. As long as you don't want more than that and a granola bar. Overall a really nice product.
September 28, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Shae single hydration pack
The belt is comfortable; very adjustable. The zipper pocket holds my cell phone and ID.
The designers of this belt did not think about left handed people. the angle of the bottle holder requires you wear it on your right size. otherwise, it points backwards. I like to leave my bottle in the open position. When I am gardening, no need to use my dirty fingers to open or jeopardize the integrity of my teeth by using them. When I'm hiking in the winter, I don't want to remove my gloves to pull the spout up.
With the slanted holster, water spills out of a full bottle with the spout in the open position when I bend over. Not a great design. Sorry. I will return. I lost my other water bottle holder belt that held the bottle upright. I was hoping to replace. Guess I'll keep looking
September 11, 2010