The KEITARO trail running pole belt has 2 back straps, 5 large capacity pockets and 1 exterior zip pocket. Made in lightly stretchy mesh fabric that is cool and breathable.
The KEITARO trail running pole belt has 2 back straps, 5 large capacity pockets and 1...Show description
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The KEITARO pole belt allows you to quickly access your poles or store them when not in use, thanks to two generous back bands that allow you to carry the poles without them moving about.
This trail belt weighs 63 grams (size M) and has six pockets for carrying everything:
A rear pocket with reflective handle which has sufficient capacity to carry a soft flask of up to 250ml when the pole holder is not in use.
5 front and side pockets for carrying things like shower gel, cereal bars, a windbreaker or even a soft water flask.
1 exterior pocket with zip where you can safely store keys, a mobile phone and/or money.
The two exterior rubber bands fasten the belt in a comfortable but reliable way. This extra grip is especially noticeable when transporting heavier objects such as poles or water.
The upper band is made of rubber and supports most of the weight. The lower band is thinner and gives structure to the belt, keeping it extended without irritating the wearer.
Its mesh fabric is slightly elasticated to prevent the objects from bouncing around and to allow for a higher volume of storage in the pockets. This fabric is a mesh that lets out sweat and moisture without interference, as well as keeping the body very cool.
The longitudinal seams that separate the pockets are in zig-zag form to allow elongation and give greater durability to the belt.
There are many differences between the KEITARO pole belt and the NAKAMA hydration belt because their main function is different:
The KEITARO hydration belt has a pole holder and an exterior zip pocket.
The NAKAMA hydration belt allows water to be transported in rigid containers and is more convenient to put on and take off thanks to its front zip.
Both have a reflective tab to facilitate access to the back pocket; on the NAKAMA the opening is lateral to facilitate access to water, and on the KEITARO it is at the top so that it does not interfere with the placing of the poles.
The capacity of the pockets is the same; the greater elasticity of the NAKAMA fabric compensates for the lack of pockets on the sides, to avoid getting in the way of the arms.
|Composition||84% polyamide, 16% elastomer|
|Weight||63 g (Size M)|
|Sizes||S, M, L|
|Activity||Trail | Running|