I have one with a bottle from decathlon much better than running with a bottle in your hand
and its got lots of space for ipod, mobile phone jellybabies....
Cougie, I've not used any gels yet, was just planning on using jelly babies to get me through the GNR! Will have a look at those, thanks.
Farnie, does it not bounce about and bash you, running with a bottle on a belt? Which one have you got?
no, it fits in the small of your back so its not on one side or the other and as long as you have it done up right, it doens't move
I think its this one....but it was a while a go a got it
they do others which you can mix and match the little bottles
I bought a good bumbag at Blacks for about a tenner - no bottle holder though (I've tried one with a bottle holder but couldn't get on with it bouncing around. I'm quite skinny and found that it was difficult to get a good fit). Sorry can't remember the name of the one I have, but Blacks stock various bumbags, so might be worth a look.
For something bigger (when you move up to maras and ultras ), I'd recommend http://www.peteblandsports.co.uk/trolleyed/12/17/161/.
Good luck with GNR.
I got an adidas one from sweatshop for £12 reduced from 15.
It's this one but it is dearer from this site
GraemeK wrote (see)
The pocket in the back of my shorts makes the loo roll and jelly babies go soggy and the look from a shopkeeper on handing him a soggy tenner, sticky with jelly babies and with bits of tissue paper stuck to it is to be avoided.
Ooo, £6.99 in Tescos eh? Got to go there tomorrow, so will have a look out for them. Are they in the clothing bit? Or are they only in the ginormous Tescos that are over two floors and have escalators?!
Hey rachel wood 29, welcome to the forum. Thanks for advertising for www.carpplay in 4 of your 5 initial postings.
(edit: the abovementioned poster got deleted, so this looks an awful lot like a non sequitur. Sigh. I guess I'm obliged to mention that my Hilly brand thingy with neoprene straps only lasted a couple of years because the neoprene has lost its stretch.)
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