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Nathan Shadow Pak Runners Pack

by Nathan
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  • Power Stretch mesh gusseted pocket holds items securely
  • I.D. detail directs emergency personnel to critical info
  • Limited-stretch belt with Featherweight Buckle
  • Reflective accents for visibility
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Product Description

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Runners and walkers should always exercise safely, which means carrying an I.D. and a cell phone. To encourage more athletes to carry these and other important essentials, Nathan has developed the Shadow Pak, a waist pak that, just like its namesake, is always there but never felt. Its mesh, gusseted pocket expands to hold any sized cell phone, leaving plenty of room for lip balm, keys, money, and other essentials. And its incorporated I.D. card means, in case of an emergency, help will have instant access to your identification, contact info, and relevant medical history.

Feature:

  • Power Stretch mesh gusseted pocket holds items securely
  • Incorporated I.D. card / medical emergency card
  • "I.D." detail directs emergency personnel to critical info
  • Limited-stretch belt with Featherweight Buckle
  • Reflective accents for visibility

Product Description

Runners and walkers should always exercise safely, which means carrying an I.D. and a cell phone. To encourage more athletes to carry these and other important essentials, Nathan has developed the Shadow Pak, a waist gusseted pocket expands to hold any size cell phone, leaving plenty of room for keys and money.

Product Details

Color: Berry
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B004615UE0
  • Item model number: 4819NK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (191 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,432 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is comfortable to wear, and doesn't bounce around.
Wendy L. Dever
It would have been perfect had my iphone 4s and case would have fit in there nicely.
Kickin' It
It's big enough to hold my phone, keys, and driver's license.
Single Ma

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By K. Johnson on August 5, 2010
I love this pack. I bought it because I got a Droid X, and it doesn't fit into the back pocket of my running skirts and shorts like my old phone did. The belt stays put, doesn't bounce, and has extra reflective details for running in low light conditions. The snap buckle is nice and won't tear up your clothing like velcro can. I don't use the ID part because I wear a Road ID bracelet, but it would be useful for someone who doesn't have a separate ID. There's room for your name, phone # and emergency contact, then on the back you can write blood type and allergy info. Overall, a great product!
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79 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Cassondra Vick on October 30, 2011
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I've taken up walking and jogging for weight loss and quickly discovered that if I wanted to go to a track, I needed somewhere to put my keys while running. Not wanting to buy, horror of horrors, a fanny pack, I settled on one of these runner's packs. I'm pleased with the quality and look of the item, and overall I do not regret the purchase.

However, I really, really, really wish "One size fits all" products would at least list the dimensions of the item. As I said, I'm walking/running for weight loss, so I hope this will fit more comfortably in time. Currently, I have to wear it very high on my chest in order to fasten it and it isn't as if that is super-comfortable. It also looks fantastically stupid, so I wear it under my clothes -- also not too comfy. I'm not blaming the company for my size, by any means, but if I could have found a measurement for the belt in the item description, I could have made a more informed purchase.

As it was, I just sort of had to cross my fingers and hope.
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Young on November 30, 2011
Color Name: Black
I run 10-12 miles regularly and I use this belt along with a handheld bottle. I use it to store my iPhone and keys. Before I had this, I didn't carry a phone and my keys would just bounce around in my pocket. Here's why I can't imagine going for a run without this today:

-FUNCTION-
The zippered pocket looks small but it expands nicely. I plan on using this to carry a waterproof camera during a Tough Mudder race. The belt snaps open and close securely and is very easy to adjust the length. I also use the belt to carry Clif Shot gel packs by sliding the package opening through the belt. Lastly, I clip my iPod Shuffle to the belt since it stays on more securely than it does on my shorts.

-COMFORT-
Although my iPhone is a relatively heavy, it don't even feel the belt on my waist. There might be a little bounce during the first mile but it quickly settles and becomes unnoticeable. One thing to keep in mind is that you want to make sure that this doesn't rub against your skin during your run. I'm male and this sits below my belt line so chafing isn't a problem for me.

-SAFETY-
There are several reflective strips on the belt. The ID tag is a nice bonus.

-DESIGN-
I wish it's fashionable to wear fanny packs everywhere. That said, I feel I can wear this anytime I'm in sportswear without embarrassment since it actually looks like something an athlete would wear. Also, I've worn this to a theme park since it was hot and I didn't want to wear cargo shorts. I wore basketball shorts instead and this fit under my shirt so it wasn't even visible.

-RECOMMENDATION-
Buy this if you don't need to carry water on your belt.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Nina M. on September 15, 2010
I got this to use at the gym with my droid x (which is a huge phone and would look silly in an arm pouch on my tiny girl arms). First, it is a somewhat tight fit - but it fits! You can probably put a few extra things in there as well (I will be putting a small bag of sanitizing wipes in there, srsly). Second, unexpected added benefit - because this thing is mesh... you CAN actually use the phone while it's in the bag. Granted, it's in a semi tight pouch so maybe the side buttons will be hard to use unless you know exactly where they are and the visibility isn't perfect but a great added benefit in my opinion!

The top of the bag has a small zipper which seems to be well made. The bottom part of the bag has an area that flattens out as the bag expands. So even for a small bag, if you wanted to put other things in there with more bulk it should work pretty well.

FYI, the droid x is 5inches long, 2.5 inches wide, and about a half inch thick at the thickest part. I think it would be safe to say 5 inches is about the longest thing you can fit in there comfortably unless it is less wide as the bag is oval shaped.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By WRP on May 17, 2012
Color Name: Berry Verified Purchase
The Nathan Shadow Pak serves its purpose; I can carry my iPhone (with a hard-shell clip case) and house key while I go running, and it does not bounce or become uncomfortable in that aspect. Besides those 2 items, all I can really fit inside comfortably is a couple of IDs/cards. The special ID piece included is a joke -- it's a weird shiny material that cannot be written on with a normal ink pen, and a pen or marker that will write on the surface will smear instantly. It's also too small to just stick an address label on it. My advice is to just carry your real ID. As far as the size, I am a petite size 4 woman and I wear it at my natural waist in order to avoid the bounce of wearing it on my hips. When adjusted small enough, there is extra fabric flapping awkwardly in the breeze, even after using the special piece to hold down the excess straps. Aaaand finally, I agree that I look super dorky when I wear this. But I'd rather look dorky and have my phone/key than fall down in a hole and die because I can't call for help. :)
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