Friday, August 23, 2013

Ultimate Direction: Jurek Endure (Review)

Your shopping days are over. Ultimate Direction's Jurek Endure is the lightweight, comfortable, bounce-free waist pack you've been looking for. Its balanced two 10oz bottles and movable zipping pocket (which holds around 4 Hammer Gels) is adequate to keep you fueled and hydrated between aid stations without weighing you down.

My longest run so far with the Endure has been six and a half hours. The pack remained secure and comfortable the entire time while causing zero chaffing, and quite frankly after a few steps I find myself pretty much forgetting that I am wearing a pack at all.

The Ultimate Direction: Jurek Endure is the functional, no frills, no bullshit waist pack we've all been waiting for somebody to design. The wait is over.




Specs & Details
The smallest and easiest way to carry everything

•Two 10 oz bottles included
•Bottle holsters are stiffened with lightweight foam for quick access
•Front pocket is sweat resistant and moveable, with foam backing
•3/4 in. waist webbing with stretch panel
•Movable Race Bib clips
•Adjustable buckle fits all sizes

Specs:
•Weight: 6 oz / 163g
•Pocket Size: 6.5 x 3 in / 16.5 x 7.6 cm
•Pouch Size: 4 x 4 in / 10.2 x 10.2 cm
•Fits to: 26 - 44 in / 66 - 112 cm

Materials:
•Hex Mesh: The structure of this belt is totally breathable, while also being extremely strong, lightweight, and will not absorb moisture.
•Silnylon: Silicone impregnated for ultra lightweight and durable waterproofness
•Velvetex Edge Binding: Super comfortable and soft

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