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Running Hydration Packs

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    • Rev 6 BackpackQuick View

      Osprey

      Rev 6 Backpack

      $99.95

    • Ultra LR Vest Hydration Pack CloseoutQuick View

      CamelBak

      Ultra LR Vest Hydration Pack Closeout

      $90.95   $129.95

    • HPL #020 Race VestQuick View

      Nathan Sports

      HPL #020 Race Vest

      $99.95

    • Firecatcher Race VestQuick View

      Nathan Sports

      Firecatcher Race Vest

      $74.95

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Staying hydrated on a long run is critical, and one of the best ways to improve your ultramarathon performance. Thanks to innovators like CamelBak, Salomon, Nathan and Ultimate Direction, running hydration for the trail has never been easier. Whether you're looking for a hip pack meant to carry water bottles and energy gels, a convenient handheld water bottle to get you in and out of aid stations as fast as possible, or a fully-featured hydration backpack for a 50-miler in unpredictable weather, Rock/Creek has the solution you need.

Remember, even if the temperature is cool, you're losing fluid while you run and you need to hydrate. Running hydration packs are engineered to be fast and light, keeping you on your game without slowing you down in the process. Choosing a running hydration pack comes down to how long you plan to run and what you'd like to carry along with your water. Your shorts probably have a pocket for car keys, but if you want to carry an ultralight wind shell along with your gels you'll probably want a hydration backpack.

For an extra boost, fill your running hydration pack with Heed or Nuun to replace electrolytes along the way!hydrated while on the run has never been more convenient. These running solutions include hippacks with waterbottles or bladders and backpack systems which may provide storage for a few extras for longer afternoons on the trail.

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