You've never been comfortable with leaving your keys 'hidden' on top of your rear tire at the trailhead; kill two birds with one stone with the QuickShot Plus Water Bottle. This handy hand-held delivers enough water for a short jaunt and at the same time, its zip pocket stows your keys in a safe, easy-to-carry spot. There's enough room left over for a gel pouch or chews, so you can keep up your energy and up the tempo on your return to the car.
- 10-ounce Quick Shot bottle is BPA-free and dishwasher-safe
- Race Cap features high-flow, one-way valve that opens and closes automatically and offers quick bursts of fluid
- Adjustable hand strap with thumbhole lets you keep your hand relaxed as you keep a grip on the bottle
- Wall Mesh on hand strap wicks moisture for comfort on the trail and dries quickly when you're done
- Expandable zippered pocket holds your keys, gel pouch, or doggie bag if you're running with a four-legged friend
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Reviews & Community
Great strap, fine bottle!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've bought two of these and plan to buy two more so my running partner and I can each have two. We love them. 10oz in each hand is an OK amount of weight to run with. Longer runs in remote areas leave me wanting more hydration though, so I'm buying two more to give us each 20oz capacity. The strap is adjustable and can cinch around your palm so you don't need to grip anything, it took me a few runs to notice that feature even though it's right here in the product description.
The other reviewer must not have threaded his lid on properly because I've had no leaking issues. That, or he was unlucky and got a defective one...
The only thing I'd change is to make the little zipper pouch removable. I don't put anything in them so it's pretty much wasted space. That said, I only buy running shorts with pockets for my nutrition and car key. Your needs may differ!
Cool strap, leaky bottle
I bought this in preparation for a race. Was impressed by the comfort and design of the strap, so decided to test it on my training run. After filling it up the first time, it immediately started leaking, losing 5 oz (of its 10 oz capacity) in about 30 seconds.
I just bought this water bottle, and am...
I just bought this water bottle, and am wondering how to detache the water bottle from the fabric incase I would like to run it through the dish washer. IT seems like there are two snap closures at the top, but it feels like its going to tear apart with a lot of force. Can I remove the water bottle from the fabric at all?
This video from Nathan shows how to take them apart: