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Includes 20 oz Bottle with Kicker Valve

Product Description

20 oz Bottle with Kicker Valve included

One word describes our women's specific Strider pack: comfortable. It contours perfectly to a woman's shape by riding snugly on either hip - not the back or the waist. An ideal pack during a Race/Walk for the Cure, the Strider offers easy access to water and light gear or energy bars stored in the handy zip pocket.

Specs & Details


  • One 20 oz / .6L bottle included
  • Women's specific design fits comfortably on either hip
  • Closed-cell foam back panel padding won't absorb sweat
  • Comfort stability belt with dual-adjust quick-release buckles
  • Strap secure webbing control
  • Bottle lock bungee system keeps bottle in-place
  • Reflective piping
  • All Ultimate Direction products are 100% BPA-Free

Storage: Contoured zippered storage pocket with key hook


  • Weight: 7 oz / 198g
  • Height: 3.5 in / 8.9 cm
  • Length: 20 in / 50.8 cm
  • Depth: 3.5 in / 8.9 cm
  • Storage Capacity: 75 in3 / 1.2L

3D AirMesh, Nylon 210D Wide Dobby, Hydrophilic Interlock backpanel & Nylon Mesh

Overall Customer Rating:

4.143 Stars

(Based on 7 reviews)

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  • 5 1 1405900800000
    Valerie July 21, 2014 Yes No 1 found this review helpful

    I really like this product! The belt is adjustable, so it works for me even though I'm overweight. It's never felt uncomfortable to me at all, but it sounds like the reviews discussing a lack of comfort come from women who don't have as much "padding" as I do. I find that it also stays in place for me. The pouch has a key clip inside so you can keep track of your keys and has plenty of room for a cell phone, ID, or any other small items you might want to take along with you. I also like the water bottle- the kick valve is easy for me to use even while running.

  • 4 0 1388880000000
    Selina January 5, 2014 Yes No 0 found this review helpful

    Excellent!! The service is fast. Product meet our requirements. Will go back and purchase gain.

  • 4 0 1380240000000
    Kathryn September 27, 2013 Yes No 0 found this review helpful

    I had been using a Nathan fuel belt for years & loved the angled bottle sleeve plus the decent sized bottle that had a "loop" on the cap which made it easy for me to grab while running However, the lids leaked & the pocket on the belt wasn't big enough to hold my phone (or anything else). So, I took a chance on the Strider...and I am glad I did! The Strider has everything the Nathan had plus more! I LOVE the large zippered pocket. It holds my phone, keys, goo packs, etc. I also love the easy grab access to the bottle. The only cons are this: (1) I am petite, so the super long belt straps had to be rolled up & banded to keep them from flapping as I run and, (2) the Kicker cap on the bottle is a little bit of a struggle. You have to bite down on the "nipple" to release the fluid & squeeze the bottle at the same time. The trouble I have arises from the fact that I have very bad arthritis in my thumbs, so squeezing a hard plastic bottle is sometimes painful for me. Nonetheless, I am very happy with the Strider!!

  • 2 0 1373587200000
    Martha July 12, 2013 Yes No 0 found this review helpful

    Just went out for my first run with this and I was terribly disappointed. This is my first ever hydration belt, am now running distances too long to run without water. The tag said it was ideal for run/walking, which sold me. I am training for my first marathon doing the galloway program. I had to cut my run short today because it was uncomfortable with the pack. I am pretty thin, and was wearing fairly fitted clothes so it kept riding up, there was nothing to hold it down. It actually got a little better when I switched it from my hips to the small of my back. I'll try it again with different clothes but so far, not a fan of hydration packs and not sure where to look next. I did like the bottle though, which oddly, is what most people complain about.

  • 4 1 1361059200000
    crystal February 17, 2013 Yes No 1 found this review helpful

    I bought this early this week and wore it today for a marathon without ever wearing it before (not usually the best idea but I had faith in UD since we LOVE our other products) It worked awesome, help my iPhone, candy (which I use in place of gels) my debit card and the bottle was easy to access, I run with no shirt so it rode up a little but not a hard thing to fix while running, tightens and loosens easy, overall pretty good product for uses similar to this. If the straps around the waist were softer material it might not be uncomfortable if it rode up past my shorts, that would be my only reason for not the 5th star

  • 5 1 1355529600000
    Blair December 15, 2012 Yes No 1 found this review helpful

    A great belt. It rides very well. I enjoy the large pocket that has ample room for gels and a bars. The opposing side has room to add a small pouch to the belt for my supplements. As the other reviewer's a great pack for men as well as I am male. Men have been using this belt for quite a while.

  • 5 2 1354233600000
    Matt November 30, 2012 Yes No 2 found this review helpful

    It may be designed for women, but that doesn't preclude men from putting it to good use. I have found this belt to be very comfortable and highly functional. I prefer to run hands free when I can and this belt has served me very well. Water bottle is easily accessible without slowing my pace. I love the pocket up front. It is surprisingly large. I keep my phone in there along with energy gels/blocks. It still has enough room for gloves if you find yourself getting too warm. Once I even managed to put my windshirt in the pocket. On longer runs (15-20 miles) I will pair this belt with a handheld to ensure that I have enough water.