Salomon Pulse Belt


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Running Belt

The Salomon Pulse is a slim, minimalistic running belt, using a 4-way stretch fabric and tubular design that stays put during strenuous activity.

The Pulse has 2 horizontal stretch pockets that can accomodate 500ml soft flasks, as well as a smaller zipped pocket for extra security. There are diagonal elasticated straps with silcone antigrip that can be used for extra storage for a jacket or walking / running poles

Not just suitable for trail running and road running, nordic skiers, wlakers and even sightseers can benefit from the discreet storage provided by the Pulse.

  • Weight: 110g
  • Sizes: XS (25"-28.5"), S (28.5"-31.5"), M (31.5"-34.5"), L (34.5"-38"), XL(38"-41.5")


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