Ultimate Direction SJ Ultra Vest 3.0


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Hydration vest

The Ultimate Direction SJ Ultra Vest 3.0 is a super comfy, super light and super stable hydration vest with 6 litres of capacity for shorter runs or real paired down ultras. Tested by Scott Jurek (who else) while on his 43 day record setting Appalachian Trial run and modifiied as per his suggestions and experience with the vest.

Check out what Scott thinks of the Ultimate Direction SJ Ultra Vest 3.0 below.

  • Lightweight T-Hook adjustable sternum straps
  • Bottle holsters tighten to carry phone or camera
  • Phone compatible pockets
  • Unique, on-the-go trekking pole holders
  • Soft and flexible knit mono-mesh harness
  • An upper reservoir-compatible pouch and a lower pocket for everything else
  • Wide lateral strap for stability and adjustability
  • Sizing At Chest (Unisex): SM: 60 - 100 cm, MD: 70 - 110 cm, LG: 80 - 130 cm (measure wearing appropriate clothes, a vest full of gear will fit smaller)
  • Volume Capacity: 6.25L
  • Weight: 273 g
  • Height: 46 cm
  • Width: 28 cm
  • Depth: 14 cm
  • 150g Knit Mono Mesh: New 150gsm harness conforms to your body for absolute comfort and superior load carrying
  • 180g Darlington Power Mesh: Lightweight strength with differential stretch in the x and y axis for enhanced load management
  • SilNylon/66: Silicone-Impregnated 30D nylon with a polyurethane face creates a permanently waterproof fabric, and substantially increases seam and tear strength


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