IMO-what to drink is just as personal as how to haul it all.
|interior stretchy pocket-keeps stuff dry like id card or cash. For us that means a metro card for NYC runs-in case we fade…|
|silicone grippers eliminate bounce|
|dual adjustable belt and stretchy--with a hydration add-on|
|Window armbands-keep weather/sweat out- synch up via bluetooth-all those smart watches/smartphones-never miss a stat. $23.95|
|stuff the pocket with Clif gels and a Clif Builders protein bar-|
Our first use-on a recent cold Thursday night in Central Park-an evening we finally saw running clubs packing the Drive-this year.
Just because it was freezing…doesn't make runners any less thirsty…we felt envious glances from other pacing humans as as we easily took a bottle at of the Quick Draw bottle holster (there are two), pulled out the Quick Flow race cap top with out back teeth-withut missing a beat-sipped ---and effortlessly put the bottle back again in the holster.
There is a tiny bungee cord like string to keep the bottle in place-but it's really not needed-the holster is designed perfectly to hold the bottle snuggly. We also left the top of the bottle open after the first pull-and did not lose a drop. Bottles-are BPA free and dishwasher safe.
|reflective pops---belt is black with trim color options---|
The stretchy neoprene zipper pocket was big enough to hold 3 gel packs-our energy on the go choice…and a Clif Builder's Protein bar-plus 3 keys and a Metro card inside the interior pocket.
Our BF tried our belt out also-wore in the bottles in the front-fit his torso length- just fine.
FITLETIC's other options include "plain" race bib belts $8.95, race belts with gel loops, neoprene single or double zipped pouch (no holster)…and add ons-like a bottle+ holster (6oz $11.95, 8oz $12.95) and Window Phone ($18.95)-to customize for long or short runs…and replacement bottles.
PLUS:Color options …and reflective accents.
BTW-when we were at the tradeshow booth- a lot of cruising by attendees, stopped in their tracks-and wanted a Fitletic belt on the spot. Probably could have sold the entire show inventory---to runners, hikers and gym goers.