RaidLight Trail XP 4 W

 

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Womens hydration vest with hydration bladder

The Raidlight Trail XP 4 W is a well thought out women's running pack that includes a 1.5L hydration bladder instead of having large bottle pockets on the shoulder straps which can be too obtrusive for many. Shaped and worn like a waistcoat and with ergonomic straps the pack provides a secure fit. The 4 litre capacity is realistic and allows the full bladder and lightweight shell, food, phone, etc. to be carried comfortably without it swinging around and rubbing your back. This capacity works well for bad weather and hot weather shorter runs as well as marathon and shorter ultra races.


With an abundance of 8 pockets, including stretchy pockets which can ramp up capacity and provide stable storage, you will be able to keep things like windproof and energy bars and gels that you need to hand during your run easily accessible. If you are a z-pole user you can store poles horizontally on the front lower strap or on the back of the trail running pack.

This is a well thought out pack at a great price that all female runners will find enhance their runs and work both in the hills and on longer road runs thanks to features such as an integrated safety whistle and reflective printed details.

  • 355g
  • 4 litre capacity
  • 1.5 litre hydration bladder included
  • New Air Mesh 3D is an ultra breathable and lightweight Polyester fabric
  • Main fabric is 100% Polyester with a finishing of 100% Polyurethane
  • Hooked rear pole carrier system
  • Front pole carrier system on the waist belt
  • Compatible with Raidlight front pack
  • A main compartment compatible with a 1,5 litre hydration bladder including an insulated compartment for the hydration pack
  • A front stretch mesh pocket with elastic compression for even more on the go storage
  • A small zipped pocket at the bottom of the bag for those things you are less likely too need
  • Two side zipped pockets including one stretch pocket
  • Two zipped stretch pockets on the shoulder straps that are ideal for on the go nutrition
  • Strap retention system on shoulders avoids flapping straps
  • Height adjustable chest strap
  • Integrated security whistle within easy reach of the mouth
  • Reflective detailing
  • Elastic accessory holder
  • Cover Belt on the waist belt to prevent rubbing against clothing

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