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Hypernight Quick Start 2.0 4L Pack

2.25 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews

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Nathan Hypernight Quick Start 2.0 4L Pack

SUPERIOR VISIBILITY. Features an expansive reflective geometric print for superior visibility. Be seen and safe in low light conditions.

MAXIMUM COMFORT. Moisture wicking stretch woven fabric & chafe free binding materials plus, breathable mesh shoulder straps.

EXTRA STORAGE TO GO. Ample pockets for all the essentials.

60% nylon, 40% polyester
4L (244cu in)
Shoulder Straps
Hydration Compatible
Reservoir Included
1.5L bladder
1 zippered front, 1 drop in shoulder strap, 1 shoulder flask, 1 zippered shoulder strap
2 straps per side
Claimed Weight
[without bladder] 7.2oz, [with bladder] 12.4oz
trail running, road running, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

2.5 based on 4 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 2 reviews
2 Stars - 1 reviews
3 Stars - 0 reviews
4 Stars - 0 reviews
5 Stars - 1 reviews

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1 out of 5 stars

July 20, 2023

Falling apart after six runs - Awful build quality

I purchased a ‘Hypernight QuickStart 2.0 4 Liter Hydration Pack’ in yellow from my local fleet feet back in May. I have taken it on ~6 runs and it is already falling apart where the bladder hangs in the pack. My wife and I have several Nathan reflective vests from our Ragnar days and countless blinky lights. All very high quality and I was shocked at how quickly this pack failed. I’m really unhappy with my purchase.


Originally reviewed on nathansports.com

1 out of 5 stars

July 19, 2023

OOPS, it did it again!

Well, it happened again. I had an issue with this bag where the weight of the water bladder would rip the seam apart due to the weight. Nathan customer service was amazing and they sent out a replacement right away... However, after two 10mi runs, the same issue happened again. Nathan Sports - I love the fit and function of your bags, but you need to spend a little more time and effort re-enforcing the seams that experience the most wear and tear.

David A.

Originally reviewed on nathansports.com

2 out of 5 stars

June 12, 2023

Slides back & has too small of a zipper

I was not impressed with this at all. I was excited to get it and try it out, but found several issues. As a concept, it has promise. In execution, it wasn't quite there yet. The issues were this: 1. Due to the weight of the full water bladder, the whole thing pulled down from the back such that the front slid upward until the bottom strap was pushing on my bust. It would have kept pulling back if my bust didn't catch the strap. I had to keep pulling it back down in front. This was super annoying and distracting, not to mention looking ridiculous to have my bust encircled with the strap. This was meant for folks with a very small bust (except that their vest would have nothing to stop the whole thing sliding all the way up until their top strap was at their throat.) I had the straps snug, but that didn't stop the vest from slipping toward my back. 2. The other issue: the zip pocket has too short a zipper. It was hard to get things in and out of that pocket, I had to really work at it, which meant I had to stop running or walking and fiddle with that pocket until I could get whatever I had in there. I have used a child's sized camelback setup for years (same 1.5L water bladder), but bought this because it had a built-in way to carry my phone in the zip pocket. After trying it out, I found that pocket does not work for a phone, as the zipper is a few inches too short. The other pocket is too loose and my phone bounces everywhere when I run. (For size reference, I have an iPhone 8 in an Otter Box case). What I was looking for was a one-garment solution for water, keys and phone. This ended up not working out at all. I am back to using my child's camelback (which stays put when the straps are pulled tight - no riding up/back) paired with another item to carry my phone. If I am able to return it, I would like to. I did already cut the tube on the water bladder so it would be the correct length for me. Positives: the reflective part is huge - there is no question of visibility. It is lightweight, which is great for the extreme heat here in Texas.

Heidi in Austin

Originally reviewed on nathansports.com

5 out of 5 stars

January 17, 2023

Hypernight pack

Love this hydration pack. It holds everything I need for the long runs.


Originally reviewed on nathansports.com