The TrailManners crew has been using the UltrAspire Spry for years and we are stoked on the improvements of the 2.0 version.
What’s rad about the Spry 2.0:
- Light weight, yet big enough that you can carry enough calories (see video) and hydration between the 30oz bladder and the 17oz Ultra Flask .
- Very breathable. Most hydration vests are overbuilt and tend to run warm. The Spry is airy and breaths well.
- The MAX O2 Sternum strap/bungie is easy to adjust and let’s your lungs expand and contract without feeling constricted. Front pockets are big enough to hold bottles, food, phones, and a small family, but cinch down nicely so the pockets aren’t bouncing around when you run.
- If you choose to use the 30oz bladder (yo have to purchase this separately), it slips easily in and out of the stash pocket.
- Sweat proof Magnon Pocket. This pocket is great to to hold electrolyte pills or a car key.
- Price! This is huge…it’s only 69.95
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