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Your best belt for water and essentials.
I ran a few tests with this belt before using it in a 50k trail race. I have a love-hate relationship with waistbelts - easier on my body but the bounce factor kept adding them to the 'ebay sell' pile.
In my opinion, the Jurek Endure performed exceptionally well in the 50k - two bottle access (Tailwind + Water) was perfect for the longer sections between aid stations. No leaks and I found the mouthpieces to be pretty easy to operate.
Stuffed my wallet and a little TP in the zipper pouch, and a snack + my packable rain jacket in the outside expandable pouch - it was easy to fit it all.
No Bounce, no chafe, just hands-free. On one of my shorter test runs, I brought just one bottle but still, the belt never bounced! The bottles are durable and the mouthpieces are easy to clean.
I'm a believer. @bjmarra on May 11th 2017
Sadly this product didn’t perform well while running in the Boston Marathon - but it has promise. I was looking for a hydration system that met the approved regulations for what runners can transport to the start line and use during the race, and Jurek Endure fit the bill – specifically because the water bottles that go with this belt meet the rules for holding less than 1 L of fluid. I had one heck of a time trying to get fluid out of those bottles and ended up finishing with almost two full bottles on a very HOT day. The plastic isn’t pliable enough and the bite valve is next to impossible to pull out and drink from. I coughed at least once or twice during my run because I was sucking air. Runners don’t have time and capacity to take a long pull on a water bottle. Fluid should easily come out of a bottle with little to no effort and quickly. I would have been better off running with my much older Ultimate Direction single bottle belt and a hand-held pliable water bottle. The belt itself was relatively comfortable, although running with the larger bottles felt kind of bulky. The velcro belt did come apart once during the race but stayed put after that incident. In sum, I wouldn’t recommend doing a marathon with this product specifically because of the bottles that come with it. I do look forward to testing and possibly using a revised product if Ultimate Direction makes changes to the water bottles. Athletes shouldn’t have to work so hard to get water out of a bottle. Runners just don’t have the luxury to take a long pull to try to get water. Unknown on Apr 26th 2017
The only large volume running belt I've ever used that didn't bounce or chafe. Just enough liquid (700ml) for a long run, just enough storage for nutrition, toilet paper, phone. If I need extra hydration, I just swap the standard 350ml bottles for twin Flexform 600 bottles for 1.2l in total, which is more than enough. I soon forget I'm wearing a belt at all! Sometimes I need to apply Body Glide to the bottom of my back where the pack sits, to avoid chafing on 30k+ tee-and-shorts runs - but it's gonna be an issue with every belt and it's barely noticeable on this one. Guy Gordon on Jan 22nd 2017