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Nathan VaporKrar 18-Oz. Hydration Waistpack w/ Two Stash Pockets (XXS/XS)

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REI has Nathan VaporKrar Hydration Waistpack (XXS/XS) on sale for $17.73. Shipping is $5.99 or free on $50+ orders. Otherwise, select free store pickup where available.

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About this product:
  • Equip yourself with the water and food you need to get through your next long run with the help of the comfortable and feature-packed Nathan VaporKrar hydration waistpack.
  • 18 fluid ounce soft flask with bite valve keeps liquids from escaping and allows quick access to hydration.
  • Flask fits neatly in center back storage pocket
  • Two expandable stash pockets
  • Material: Nylon/polyester

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  • About this deal:
    • Offer valid through 7/26/2021 or while supplies last.
    • This deal is $42.27 off (70% savings) the retail list price of $60.
    • Our research indicates that this offer is $15.52 lower (46.68% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $33.25 and higher.
  • Ratings & Reviews:
    • 4.1 out of 5 star rating based on 27 customer reviews on REI. 4.2 out of 5 stars based on 93 customer reviews on Amazon.
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Nathan Running Belt- VaporKrar Hydration WaistPack at 70% off (Includes 18Oz soft Flask) Deal ends 7/26.


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It's REI, so that probably is the 70% off price. They don't sell anything cheap unless it's clearance. Usually sell at msrp
That thing is crap doesn't have the water water bottle. Non adjustable. Only for super skinny people
70% off my fanny

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70% off is a stretch
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70% off my fanny
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It's REI, so that probably is the 70% off price. They don't sell anything cheap unless it's clearance. Usually sell at msrp
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That thing is crap doesn't have the water water bottle. Non adjustable. Only for super skinny people
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Only Sm or XSm available
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My wife uses the female version of this, she has no complaints. Grabbed one to try out since my flip belt gets a little ripe after 2 runs and needs a washing.
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Quote from DanD5325 :
Only Sm or XSm available
Check the sizing under description. Xs-s or s-med
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Now I can have my water covered in back and butt sweat! Welcome to the future!
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According to Amazon reviews this is useless, save your money fellow runners
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I use one of these to carry my cell phone and a key on runs. It might not work for you but they are perfect for my needs. Thanks for the heads up. Ordered one

The flask alone is 18-20 bucks
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If you are strictly looking for water to carry while running, why not a camelbak? Yes, it's more expensive but it's more effective and can be sipping water WHILE running without spilling. Yes, it does require more maintenance aka cleaning but imo the benefit of freeing up your hand and the ability to drink fluids while doing activity more than beats the higher price and higher maintenance.
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If you are strictly looking for water to carry while running, why not a camelbak? Yes, it's more expensive but it's more effective and can be sipping water WHILE running without spilling. Yes, it does require more maintenance aka cleaning but imo the benefit of freeing up your hand and the ability to drink fluids while doing activity more than beats the higher price and higher maintenance.
I've seen it all, and Nathan does make the best running packs ($$$). It seems like this one fills a weird role between the water bottles you strap to your hand, and a proper running hydration pack. I'm not hardcore enough to need more than a regular hydration pack, which flops around a bit, but doesn't matter much over long run mileage.

For me, anything under about 2L and I can just pre-hydrate a little more. YMMV, but 18oz is a tease for the hassle of carrying something.
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Quote from conceptvbs :
If you are strictly looking for water to carry while running, why not a camelbak? Yes, it's more expensive but it's more effective and can be sipping water WHILE running without spilling. Yes, it does require more maintenance aka cleaning but imo the benefit of freeing up your hand and the ability to drink fluids while doing activity more than beats the higher price and higher maintenance.
If you wear a vest, the water jumps up and down and messes with rhythm. Obviously, this belt isn't for everyone, but as someone who runs 50 miles a week, small details matter
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