1 // Elastic pole holders
2 // Zip pocket in expandable compartment
3 // Drink tube at shoulder height: left or right
4 // Water repellent outside: waterproof inside to prevent moisture transfer inside the bag
5 // 1 large non-waterproof expandable outside pocket
6 // 2 side zip pockets
1 // Expandable compartment
2 // Double access: water pouch and expandable compartment
3 // 2D and 3D expandable and breathable mesh
4 // Red straps to hold mouthpiece
5 // Small pockets for energy gels
6 // Chest adjustment straps
7 // 2 adjustment straps at the front
Great storage capacity Side zip pockets are not reachable while wearing
All in all a good first time buyers purchase. I'm using it on trail runs and have used it for a marathon so I would recommend trying it out. Great value for money and easy to use.
Construction, stability and quality straps could be easier to adjust
I bought this running hydration vest as my first, in order to help me in my training for my first ultramarathon (Hoka Highland Fling 2016). So far, I've ran a few times with the bag both on and off road, from 6km to 16km, in order to test the vest. My conclusion is that it's a great bag. I still have to run with water bottles up front, but with the supplied hydration bladder the vest does a great job in staying close to the body and decreasing bounce. I have not experienced any chaffing so far, but will wait for longer runs to take any conclusions regarding this. The materials seem pretty good, except for the adjustment straps. The buckles tend to slip a little and the chest ones can be a little tricky to adjust, but nothing major. The bag is also very roomy.
I recommend this bag for budget concious long distance runners. It's amazing price per value.
Good kit, well made, lots of storage water bottle position, bad fit.
Loads of storage and good looking bit of kit let down by the water bottle position and the adjustment straps not giving a good fit, The pack bounces around a lot when loaded with water and kit.