Fuel Belt R2O 2 Bottle Hydration Belt - 14oz

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Fuel Belt R2O 2 Bottle Hydration Belt - 14oz
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Go harder than everyone else and get revenge on the competition with the help of the Fuel Belt R2O 2 Bottle Hydration Belt. This padded running belt features a pair of molded holsters that give you quick access to a pair of small, seven-ounce water bottles that keep you hydrated without requiring you to stop for a drink. Lightweight, comfortable, and designed for the minimalist runner, this belt keeps it simple for the everyday runner and it helps the competitive runner gain the edge when seconds count.


  • Belt features dual buckle adjustment to fit a wide range of waist sizes and shapes


  • Small, seven-ounce water bottles hold just enough water to keep you hydrated between aid stations or for middle-distance runs


  • Wide waist belt sits comfortably on your hips and around your back and stomach


  • Molded bottle holders provide easy, one-hand access to water bottles
  • Bottles feature screw-cap lids with quick-sip access so you can get a drink of water fast
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This hydration belt works great for running. It sits comfortably around my waist without any pinching or rubbing. It doesn't move or bounce up and down when I run. The bottles are a great size for me to bring some water with me without feeling weighed down by big bottles. I also like that there is a pouch to put my key or other small items.

Michelle at Backcountry.com on 04/30/2012