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I don’t always carry a lot when I run but I am very particular about how I carry it. Then there are times that I feel like I am running with enough supplies for an ultra when it may just be 10-13 miles. Which is funny considering I rarely fuel but I carry it! So with that being said, I need someway to carry everything right?
Enter Orange Mud’s Gear Vest.
Look at all the pockets!!!
3 on each side plus the bladder on the back? Score! Once I had it, I couldn’t wait to take it on a test run. And then a few more runs. Every run since it came in the mail has been with the Gear Vest. So I have plenty of thoughts.
Overall I really like the pack. I feel it works best for me for runs up to 10 miles or anything else supplemented with water. As the temps rise here, I will need to carry more than one soft flask. So I should probably keep doing those PT exercises for my back huh? Until then I’ll keep using the back pocket for a change of socks and some emergency cash. You never know when you might need one of those right?😀
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