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Lumbar Waist Pack - Holds Two Water Bottles

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This Everest Lumbar Pack / Waist Pack is so versatile it may be worn in back as a lumbar pack, in front as a standard waist pack or to the side as a hip pack. Three generously sized zip pockets can accommodate anything you may need to have with you. Featuring tie down straps used to tighten up pockets and keep items from jostling about. Two water bottle pockets are insulated and will accommodate water bottles with up to a 3.5in diameter. To give you an idea - the standard diameter on a 16.5oz water bottle is just under 2.5in so a 3.5in diameter would be quite a large bottle. Regardless of the bottle size - the tie down straps can be used tighten up the water bottle pockets when needed. Created from 600 D Polyester this Lumbar Pack is water resistant. The adjustable nylon waist strap will accommodate up to a 48in waist. Padded back panels make wearing this Lumbar pack comfortable. An additional top handle can be used to carry the Waist Pack when it is not being worn. Whether you are looking for a hiking waist pack, a lumbar pack, outdoor hip pack or just a hands free pack to use as a diaper bag - this Lumbar Waist Pack with Two Bottle Holders is for you.

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  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005BZ0DHO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (271 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,171 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Color: Blue Verified Purchase
Carries just the essentials for a couple hours of day hiking. In the main compartment, my wife carries: a small 1st Aid Kit, a whistle, a small powerful flashlight, a survival blanket, a butane lighter, a couple apples, a banana, a packet of crisps, a knit winter hat, a pocket knife, and a small 380 automatic, with room for a little more. In the front flat pocket goes a wallet and cell phone. And two bottles of water on the sides.
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EDIT: September 5. I've used this pack about 4-5 times now and am really glad I got it instead of the smaller High Sierra. I've got a rain jacket stuffed in there and still plenty of room for phone, wallet, flashlight, batteries. It's getting more comfortable with each hike too.

I'm a pretty regular hiker/walker, living in Albuquerque, NM. I have a nice Osprey Stratos 36 with a Camelback bladder that I use for almost all my walks/hikes, but recently I wanted to find something smaller for carrying a few essentials, along with a water bottle or two for hikes that aren't far from home. I did my research here and couldn't really decide between this one, which is a great bargain or the High Sierra Solo Hydration Pack, so I ordered both. They arrived today and here's my .02...

The High Sierra Solo is a much nicer-looking and better-quality pack than this one. I got the reddish one and like the color as well as the design. Construction and materials were of an obviously higher grade than this one. Since it was only about $8 more expensive, I was inclined to keep that one. The Solo is quite a bit smaller, with a single pocket for miscellaneous stuff and one 500 ml Lexan bottle--but still adequate for my use.

The Everest is at least twice the size of the High Sierra and has two pockets, each of which would hold more than the single pocket on the High Sierra. The Everest also has TWO water bottle compartments (twin holsters!). So it's no contest if you need or want to carry a few things with you, or want more water available.
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Color: Black Verified Purchase
I got this waist pack with a couple of thoughts in mind. I love working in the yard. I was tired of getting dirt all over my water, the phone, etc. This waist pack sits out of my way, I can put water x2 or 3 if I really wanted, phone (house and cell)and I'm not fighting to get things out of a small space. It's not cumbersome as you would think. It sits on you lumbar and when you need whatever, just flip it around. In January I'm going to Disney World and this is going to be PERFECT! This is the 3rd one I've purchased and I wish I had found this one first!
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Color: Olive
I bought this one (Everest Dual Hydration Waist Pack in moss) and the WATERFLY (Fashion Durable Unisex Outdoor Sport Gym Camping Hiking Bike Waist Pack in blue), they both got great reviews so I was unsure which would be better for me. This Everest one is BIG. This can be a bonus if you need to carry a lot of stuff. I have 2 kids and a dog, and bad shoulders, so definitey wanted something I could carry snacks, water, hold their rock collection they find along the way etc.

What I like: The PROSs,
It's big. It will definitey hold the larger water bottles (I have a 32oz and 40oz that it held just fine),
Lots of compartments,
Nice color (green and tan).
Well constructed.

What I didn't like: The Cons.
--The bottle holders don't have any elastic on them. Just a strap that when tightened, make the water bottles wrap tightly to your body. If the water bottles aren't too tall, the straps seem like they would be sufficient at securing the bottles. (I didn't like them being pressed against my body though)
--The front strap is hard to adjust, and I mean hard. Both of my kids wanted to try this on and it took it us no less than 10 minutes to readjust the straps. This would be a problem when out on the trail and we wanted to trade off wearing this. It's basically a 2 buckle system - loose one buckle, slide the strap, then adjust the second buckle.
--The waist straps are long. This pack is definitely made for a larger person. I'm 5'6" and 133lbs. I had about 75% of the straps still left after adjustment - they are crazy long. But if you are big and need those long straps, this one is for you.
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Color: Olive Verified Purchase
First impressions: I haven't taken this out on a trek yet, but it does look adequate. The materials do look fairly cheap, but it was cheap so, you know, you get what you pay for. The bag does hold 2 (1 liter) nalgene bottles and a lot of stuff. Plenty of room for a day excursion as long as you don't have to cook anything. This seems perfect for hiking out of a base camp, my intended use, easy enough to throw this in with my backpack. The padding seems sufficient. The strap is a bit of a hassle to adjust, you'll probably want to assign the bag to one person instead of messing with it. I like the handle on top and the synch straps in front and on the water bottle pockets.
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