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Item # NAT001B

Run or cycle your way to glory.

Nathan's Firestorm Hydration Race Vest readies you for marathons whether you're running or cycling. Waist and sternum straps secure the breathable mesh over your shoulders and on your back for a bounce-free ride. Nathan included a 2L bladder with a quick-release valve for all the water you need. Apart from the main compartment, there are also loops for your helmet, side stretch pockets for water bottles, front stash pockets for energy gels, and an organizer pocket for your wallet and keys. Reflective trim keeps you visible in low light.

  • Mesh shoulder straps and back panel
  • Adjustable waist and sternum webbing straps
  • 2L bladder with quick-release valve included
  • Helmet loops
  • Large side stretch mesh pockets
  • Front stash pockets
  • Organizer pocket
  • Reflective trim

Tech Specs

335 cu in
Shoulder Straps:
Waist Belt:
yes, adjustable webbing
Hydration Compatible:
Reservoir Included:
1 organizer, 2 front stash, 2 side stretch
Helmet Carry:
Claimed Weight:
7.4 oz
Recommended Use:
cycling, running
Manufacturer Warranty:

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this Nathan running vest to replace a Camelbak that moved around on my back too much. The vest is a great fit on my short torso - other vests can get too long and push down the waistband of my shorts. It hugs nicely, does not move or loosen over the miles. Lots of storage, yet lightweight. Easy in and out access with the bladder. The one design flaw I find is that the pack doesn't have a hole to feed the tube through so it lays easily over the shoulder. The tube comes right out of the zippered top part and bows out in an untenable manner. Had to tie it down to the chest strap with a rubber and to keep it from flapping around.