Peak Gear Waist Pack and Water Bottle Belt - Improved Belt Strap - Hydration Fanny Pack for Jogging, Walking or Hiking
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- USE WITH ANY BOTTLES - Smart carrier fits most store-bought 12oz water or sports drink bottles. Other belts/holders become useless when the included bottle is lost, broken, or dirty. Elastic strap keeps bottle from sliding out. LEFT-HANDED or RIGHT-HANDED use. *Bottle is not included.
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The Perfect Accessory for Your Active Lifestyle
Enjoy your favorite activities without fussing with your belongings or a water bottle.
Designed with a slim profile to keep even the most serious runners/joggers comfortable, the belt can also be used as a small fanny pack for more casual uses. Fits most phones including iPhone 6, 7, 7plus and Samsung Galaxy. Use with or without a water bottle. (*Bottle is not included)
Peak Gear has never skimmped on quality to save costs. Buy from a company that has a reputation for great products and service.
Quality Materials, Quality Performance
Peak Gear’s products are designed for maximum comfort, durability and function
- Slim Pouch - Keeps a low profile while providing enough space for your belongings
- Hidden Bottle Pocket - Stays out of the way when not needed
- Multi-function Straps - Convenient for gel packs, lights, or even dog waste bags
- Key Ring - Secures your keys in the pouch
- Headphone Slots - Makes listening to music easy and comfortable
- Bottle band - Holds bottle in place
- Rubber Backing - Keeps belt from sliding and prevents chafing for serious runners
- Water Restant Nylon - Heavy-duty to withstand the most demanding uses
Breathable mesh back - Ensures comfort, especially in warm climates
Total Bottle Flexibility
No more small, hard to clean water bottles that come with most running belts – Peak Gear lets you use your own bottle.
Drink what you want and need - whether it’s a sports drink bottle or a store-bought water bottle.
Other belts that include bottles need to be replaced when bottles crack or leak. Our belt fixes that problem and will last for years.
Don’t need to take a drink – Simply zip up the bottle pocket and it’ll be out of your way.
Fitness Meets Function
Keep Safe with Peak Gear
Stay visible to oncoming vehicles at night or in the early mornings with reflective strips on the front, side and zipper.
Keep your hands free with a slim pouch that fits your phone, keys and other belongings.
The heavy-duty, dual release buckles will keep the belt snug and safe around your waist
Versatile for Many Different
Whether you are training for a half-marathon or simply going on a morning stroll, this belt is for you.
Runners and joggers will appreciate Peak Gear's slim design, rubber backing and multi-function elastic straps that can be used for gel-packs or energy bars.
Peak Gear’s belt is also ideal for hiking, walking or cycling.
The Peak Gear Promise
You won't be disappointed with Peak Gear. We pride ourselves on exceptional service and top-quality products that are made to last.Our USA-based customer care team will make sure that you are happy with your Peak Gear product – Call, text or email with any questions or issues, anytime!
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However, the elastic on this pack (even when pulled tight) is not very strong. With a regular plastic bottle of water, phone and keys its such an annoyance to run with because it constantly falls off my waist due to the weight of the items. I finally started wearing it on the back instead of the front and that worked for a while but I then got annoyed with the constant bouncing.
Now, I basically use with for just my phone and keys and its fine. But for the price I could have gotten something much cheaper for that. Since I'm a short distance runner its fine. I can grab water after my run. But if you're one of those crazy people who go out for 10 or 15 mile runs and are expecting to use this specifically for the drink holder, beware.
I thought the product looked great , the storage compartments were perfect for what I needed but I did have a problem with it .
The elastic stretchy belt is too stretchy , I tightened it up to fit my waist , I added my keys, wallet , phone and a 18oz container full of water and within the first 100 yards of my hike the whole bag would sag and bounce around and get weighed down so that it was no longer on my hip but hanging down by my pocket l I would have to stop and readjust the straps tighter , but that became a burden because I’d have to do that multiple times during the walk , if you didn’t have the water bottle filled with water and just used this as a fanny pack then it might work better , I also think if the waist belt was made out of material a little less stretchy that it hold a lot better to your hip regardless of the weight of the water bottle .
It’s a good pack with some flaws , I used mine once and probably won’t use it again , I would have returned it if I hadn’t thrown away all the tags and the bag it came with .
I purchased this due to the great reviews but I'm actually pretty disappointed! I bought it to run my very first 6K, and be able to have a drink with me that I didn't have to hold. I had a small 12 oz bottle of Gatorade and the belt constantly slid down my waist and would not stay up, even with adjusting the tightness of the straps! Once I drank the Gatorade, it stayed up perfectly fine! The purpose of buying this belt was to have a drink but keep my hands free. I doubt I will use it again, too much of an inconvenience to keep pulling it up :/
It's bouncing so much that it can't be used. This is because the straps are made out of stretch material that can't be tightened enough to keep the weight of the bottle in place AND since the pouch for the bottle is not tight to the body but (relative) far from the body, the weight distribution are completely wrong.
It doesn't matter if you keep put it in the front or carry it on your back. It's equally bad.
What it does do well is to carry my iPhone 8+. The phone fits and as long as I just use it to carry my phone and some money it does its job well. But as a carrier of water it's not good at all! I'm sorry for this, we had high hopes after the promotion video that Peak Gear produced when they say how much effort they put in to develop this belt for us runners. I can not see how it is possible that ANY runners could have approved this as a water bottle belt.