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Nathan Speed 2 Waistpack with Two 10-Ounce Nutrition Flasks

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  • Hydration belt with 2 10 oz/300ml flasks for a total of 20 oz/600ml hydration
  • Limited-stretch, ultra-soft Velcro closure belt stays bounce-free
  • Molded holsters with flasks guarantee one-handed, on the fly access
  • Enhanced, elasticized limited stretch belt with ultra soft perimeter binding
  • Updated feather light pocket fabrication reduces weight and maintains durability


Product Description

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Nathan Speed 2

The Nathan Speed 2 pack ensures that fluid is one-hand accessible, close at hand, and never in the way. The belt is engineered for a bounce-free fit with a limited stretch elasticized waistbelt with moisture-wicking backing for comfort. The Speed 2 comes with two 10-ounce flasks for hydration that are easy to access in the molded holsters. Additional details include a water-resistant pill pocket in the front, an incorporated, waterproof medical ID card, reflective elements, a powerstretch mesh pocket, and an interior flat pocket.

Key Features:
  • Limited-stretch elasticized Velcro-fastened waistbelt
  • Two 10-ounce (300 mL) nutrition flasks
  • Molded holsters
  • Front water-resistant pill pocket
  • Power Stretch Mesh pocket
  • Interior flat pocket
  • Incorporated, waterproof ID/medical emergency card
  • Reflective detail
Size Specifications:
  • Weight: 8 ounces
  • Small: 26 to 32 inches
  • Medium: 32 to 38 inches
  • Large: 38 to 44 inches
  • X Large: 44 to 50 inches

Product Description

The Nathan Speed 2 pack ensures that fluid is one-hand accessible, close at hand, and never in the way. The belt is engineered for a bounce-free fit with a limited stretch elasticized waistbelt with moisture-wicking backing for comfort. The Speed 2 comes with two 10-ounce flasks for hydration that are easy to access in the molded holsters. Additional details include a water-resistant pill pocket in the front, reflective elements, a powerstretch mesh pocket, and an interior flat pocket.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 9 x 3.5 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9 ounces (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: B000NHLHFW
  • Item model number: 4611N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (470 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,589 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The bottles all leaked from the top and I can't use it at all.
Paula DeFrees
I wear the belt very tight around my hips to reduce bounce (and it has elastic).
Amazon Customer
The front pouch has ample room for cell phone, energy gels, keys, etc.
Scott

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

360 of 362 people found the following review helpful By Scott HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 20, 2008
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I've struggled with many different hydration packs over the years and have never found one that is right. Prior to purchasing the Nathan Speed 2, I was using the Fuel Belt Endurance 4 Bottle Fuel Belt, which was a pain because the bottles sloshed around and the belt wasn't a true fit. Additionally, it required the use of two hands to remove a bottle. That might not sound like a big deal, but the sloshing (the bottles bouncing around) can be incredibly annoying on a 1 mile run, much less after 14. And using two hands to grab a water bottle that is behind your back throws your balance off and tires you out much more quickly. A good analogy would be to say it was like stopping and doing a jumping jack every half mile. While a single jumping jack is no big deal, any endurance runner realizes that a change in your natural running motion after such a long distance will really throw you off.

The Nathan Speed 2 is designed to be worn so that the bottles are on the front of the belt (although you can wear it reversed with no problems). It holds two 10 oz flasks for a total of 20 oz of water. The front pouch has ample room for cell phone, energy gels, keys, etc. Additionally, the pouch is compartmentalized, so you can put your sticky energy gel trash in one pocket and your cell phone in the other. There's also a clip on the inside pouch so you can secure your key ring. While it's very unlikely anything will come out of the velcro-secured pouch, this gives added peace of mind for those who may be doing rigorous trail running or wading through a stream for some reason (I am always checking my keys to make sure they haven't fallen out).
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164 of 169 people found the following review helpful By Q-fever VINE VOICE on August 18, 2009
After much research (including trying on 2 different brands) I finally decided to go with the Nathan and am very happy with my choice. Here's a summary of what I found (via the internet and from road testing):
1) The Nathan Speed 2 gets consistently great reviews.
There are three 3-star reviews on amazon (2 are critical of the sizing recommendations and one thought it should hold more water....go figure). The rest are 4 and 5 star. If you google Nathan 2 reviews, you will find some independent reviews that are all positive. Also, it seems to be the concensus choice on running forums (see Slow twitch and others).

2)Its closest competitor (Fuel Belt) doesn't have as many positive reviews. The main issues seem to be difficulty in getting the flask back into the holster with one hand and a leaky cap. When I tried the Fuel Belt at the store, I verified that it is extremely difficult to replace the flask with one hand because the elastic bands that hold it secure collapse (they don't stay open). This is not the case with the Nathan, which has a plastic holster. It is very easy to put the flask back in the holster with one hand.

3)There is no bounce, even with the bottles full. This was my main worry about hydration belts. I wear it just below my navel so that it doesn't migrate up as I run. If you wear it low, I think it may slide upwards during your run. Also, I tighten it so that it is snug (yet still comfprtable).

4) The pouch isn't huge but it's big enough to carry my cell phone, keys (there's a clip for the keys so that it is very secure), a gel pack, ID, and a little cash. Plus the puch cover closes securely with velcro.

5) As far as sizing, I think it is a good idea to go to the store and try on the different sizes.
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107 of 110 people found the following review helpful By David Pattelena on July 8, 2007
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I just bought this belt and love it. I decided to go with the 2 water bottle because I usually don't go over 15 miles, so I figured two was enough. The belt is so comfortable and very breathable. I love the bottles and they slip in easily in the holder. The pocket is perfect for keys and a gel pack. The sizing seems a little off. I picked a medium and it fits perfect, although on the sizing chart I should have been a small. I think the small would have not fit right. So you may need to go up a size.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By David M on August 12, 2011
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I can't add a lot more than what has already been said. The belt works great, doesn't slide up or down and keeps the bottles from bouncing. My bottles don't leak like some others have said so maybe mine got the upgraded tops, who knows. The pouch is quite small and my Droid X phone won't fit in it securely. It is wide enough at the top of the pouch, but it angles in making it too narrow at the bottom. I just use it for goo or gummies. It is quite comfortable and I forget it is on after about 2 minutes of running.

Maybe this will help someone trying to decide on what size to get:

I am a male and wear a size 32 waist pants. After reading lots of reviews recommending they tend to run small I went with the Medium sized belt. It fits perfectly and a small would have definitely been too small. I decided to actually measure the belt to let readers know what the belt size really is. Mine is a medium which is for sizes 32-36. The belt unstretched is exactly 37" long from end to end. The velcro is 4 1/2" on one end and 6 1/2" on the other end, and it starts right at the end of the belt. It was hard to stretch and measure the belt but I was able to stretch it out to 40" so there is quite a bit of elastic to it.

Anyway, hopefully this will help someone with their sizing decision. I am glad I went to the medium as I would most likely would be returning a small.
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