Hiking Running Waist Pack, Outdoor Water Resistant Waist Bag with Water Bottle (Not Included) Holder, Running Belt Bag Pouch Fanny Pack for Hiking Running Cycling Camping Climbing Travel (Pink)

Hiking Running Waist Pack, Outdoor Water Resistant Waist Bag with Water Bottle (Not Included) Holder, Running Belt Bag Pouch Fanny Pack for Hiking Running Cycling Camping Climbing Travel (Pink)

Hiking Running Waist Pack, Outdoor Water Resistant Waist Bag with Water Bottle (Not Included) Holder, Running Belt Bag Pouch Fanny Pack for Hiking Running Cycling Camping Climbing Travel (Pink)
@ Product Specification:

-Material: water-repellent and tear-resistant Nylon(D210)

-Color:black,blue,green,orange,red,purple

-Waist pack size:6.9×5.9×2.4 inch

-Weight: about 200 gram/7.1oz

-Gender: unisex

Product Feature:

-Water-repellent and tear-resistant nylon material

-Can be used both as waist bag and shoulder bag

-It will be a fantastic necessity for not matter outdoor sports or leisure activities in or out of the city

-Perfect for carrying your water bottle, cell phone, keys, MP3 and so on when you are cycling running hiking climbing or anyother outdoor sports

-Only waist bag,other decoration accessories are not included

Package includes: 1 * waist pack

  • 100% brand new and high quality water-resistant nylon material
  • Enable to hold bottle,zipper pocket large enough to hold your phone, purse, keys, MP3 and so on when you are cycling, running hiking climbing or anyother outdoor sports
  • Fashion, multi-function and practical design, and comfortable to wear.Use upscale nylon cloth,it is not easy to be scratched
  • It’s fashionable and convenient for cycling, running, climbing, hiking,Camping and all outdoor sports
  • Size:16.9×5.9×2.4 inch; Weight:200 gram/7.1oz. Only waist pack, the water bottle is not included

List Price: $ 12.99

Price:

Bicycle Camping

Two Wheel Travel: Bicycle Camping and Touring

Two Wheel Travel: Bicycle Camping and Touring
@ “…Perhaps it’s this long term and autonomous involvement that separates the camping cyclist from racers and around town bikers. A tour is a whole thing, a unit, and going about it day after day gives you a special sort of satisfaction. In effect, the tourist loads everything they need into a few cubic feet and leaves. As long as she is traveling and is more or less isolated from easy sources of assistance and so has to maintain herself, her machine, and all her gear. Tending to the business of the trip isn’t a matter of survival so much as it is of measured accomplishment. Although the rider isn’t always lost in the wilderness, the cyclist does make herself responsible for her small mobile world. It’s her strength that turns those miles…

I take my fleeing seriously. It’s a kind of Pooh and Bear adventure, vicarious, controlled, and good humored, but still I like going to see the country. I like being physically close to the place I’m traveling through. I really enjoy concentrating

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Bicycle Camping

4 thoughts on “Hiking Running Waist Pack, Outdoor Water Resistant Waist Bag with Water Bottle (Not Included) Holder, Running Belt Bag Pouch Fanny Pack for Hiking Running Cycling Camping Climbing Travel (Pink)

  1. 15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great hip belt, just doesn’t hold larger cell phones with ease…, April 6, 2015
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    shayla shayla (Wichita, Ks) –

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    I bought this to wear while I’m horseback riding, and overall it works well for that, except I have a few things I WISH this accommodated.

    I have a Galaxy S5 cell phone (it’s also in an Otterbox). It does not fit in ANY of the front zipper pockets. There IS a mesh zipper pocket on the back of this, and my cell phone DOES fit in that, but it’s inconvenient to get to quickly.

    Also, when you first receive this item, you’ll want to pull on the elastics as the plastic tab/pull on all of mine came off. It just needed to be re-clamped down on the elastic, no big deal, but a little jarring if you happen to be in the middle of your activity and it happens.

    Overall, I would recommend this item. It held everything in place exactly as I needed for the ride I took it on, and stayed on.

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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for summer dog walking, May 18, 2015
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    George

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    Purchased this for long dog walks in summer weather where I must carry water for the dogs. I combined this with the H2O4K9, Dog Water Bottle and Travel Bowl, also on Amazon. It’s also great for the extra pocket space, large enough to carry iPhone, keys, bags, and other small items. Seems to be well-built and should last for some time. It’s slightly on the large side, but not uncomfortable to have on for several miles and doesn’t bounce. Recommended for this purpose. Fashionable people be aware, it looks somewhat like a fanny pack. I don’t think it’s bad but the wife enjoys mentioning that.

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  3. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good idea, but needs updated., June 6, 2015
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    Great idea, but needs to be redesigned for modern smart phones.
    Two things that need corrected.
    1. Make the belt able to hold a standard 16oz size water bottle.
    2. The phone pocket is made for the old style flip phones. Will not hold a smart phone or even a point and shoot camera.

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  4. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    classic, November 4, 2010
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    anonymous (Seattle, WA USA) –

    This review is from: Two Wheel Travel: Bicycle Camping and Touring (Mass Market Paperback)
    I was reminded of this book recently when someone asked what was the first book I ever read cover to cover. Maybe an odd choice, but I loved bikes as a kid and still do. No doubt this is quite dated, but there are a lot of fundamentals presented here that are still applicable, from the comfort of a leather saddle to the workings of a derailleur. Imagine, when I was 13 I actually turned off the tv to read this book.

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