Fitted Race Belt (New!)

Rated 4.80 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)

$32.95

The Fitted Race Belt is the perfect pack for the everyday to elite runner. This running belt is designed with a conical shape and unique stitching pattern that allows for a seamless to the body feel. The Fitted Race Belt can easily carry your cell phone, nutrition, hydration, and comes with a side zippered pocket for your wallet, keys, and any other important items. This belt comes in 5 sizes to ensure a great fit.

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Recommended Use:
A lightweight and stable way to carry multiple items in an organized manner. Large cell phones, soft bottles, energy foods, keys and much more. Great for both training and racing.

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Lightweight and stable way to carry multiple items
• Storage for large cell phones, energy foods, keys etc
• Comes in 5 sizes to ensure a perfect fit
• Belt rides comfortably on the body for a stable ride.

Fit: Unisex
Size: Universal
Color options: Pitch Black
Hydration (not included): 250 Flask
Capacity: 45 c.i. (.74L)
Weight: 2.4 oz (68 g)
Dimensions: 17.75″ x 0.25″ x 4.75″

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10 reviews for Fitted Race Belt (New!)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mindy Randall

    Absolutely love my fitted race belt. I just slip it on, put my run essentials in the stretchy pockets, slip my phone in the zippered front pocket, slide my formula 250 flask in the rear pocket and away I go. Everything fits secure and in place, no bounce, with so many storage pockets. I even have room for that extra lightweight layer, just in case the weather turns bad on my adventures. Perfect, easy, functional!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ryan Maher

    Literally my favorite piece of running gear! Never moves, fits a ton of stuff, and i actually forget that I have it on most of the time.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Randy Ruch

    I’ve not yet found a pack that I like – always feel my breathing is constricted wearing them. But I’ve been using the Fitted waist belt and love it. It holds a ton of stuff including 500 ml soft flask, phone, nutrition, gear. I don’t notice it after a mile or so. Only negative is the bungee cords are not strong enough to hold z poles without slipping/sagging

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    meandmyaussies (verified owner)

    This is my new go to piece of gear for trail runs in the front country – love it! I can fit everything I need: phone, keys, gels, wind shirt, dog treats/leash. I tried putting a full flexible bottle in there but got bounce so I instead bring my Katadyn BeFree filter bottle so I can filter/drink then dump what’s left and keep running.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jake Grossbauer (verified owner)

    Instantly became my go to for gear on the run. It fits perfect(medium for 5’10” 154lbs male) no rubbing to date on several long runs as other brand shave in the past. Super easy tab to get to gear easily mid stride. Probably going to add a second to the bag of goodies just to have backup.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Michael Becker

    The Ultraspire Fitted Race Belt pretty much solves one of my major dilemmas when deciding on gear for ultra races. That problem is whether to go sans pack and rely on a shorts pockets – hand/butt cheek held bottle set up or use a pack.
    I’ve always liked to race as minimally as possible, but because I don’t like to use a handheld or waist pack, I’ve often used a small vest, the last few years that’s been the Ultraspire Revolt.
    When I’ve tried to use the shorts/bottle set up I haven’t found the right bottle or the right shorts. In fact, the last time I tried this I lost my soft flask with about 5 miles to go in a 30k.
    This belt pretty much solves those issues. It’s a very Spartan belt with just enough storage and features to use in any training or event where the aid stations are an hour apart or less.
    With a Youtube search or a check on the Ultraspire website anyone can get a one minute briefing of its features. I’ll just give my slight variation of the way I use the belt; I like the flask behind me. In this position I have no problem either removing or replacing the 550 Ultraspire flask. And it sits, unlike almost all lumbar packs I’ve tried, on my hips and doesn’t ride up high onto my waist.

    Now I did say pretty much solves my problems. The caveats are that with a full flask the belt does bounce a bit. However, this annoyance is easily solved in one of three ways; 1, Use a smaller or soft flask. 2, Don’t fill the flask completely. 3, carry the flask as a handheld until your first drink. I prefer the latter method as this is what I’ve been doing anyway using the shorts/hand-butt cheek method. But with the belt I now have much more storage and versatility.
    The other problems would be in races where aid stations are further apart or where a waist light will be used. But no pack or belt is perfect for every situation. But I do see this belt as having very broad training and racing applications and plan on using it in the upcoming San Diego 50 miler.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

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    DJ Crites

    FITTED RACE BELT = Ninja Assassin! Knowing full well that they exist until they sneak up on you! This GEM was a huge unexpected like for me! I have never been drawn to fitted belts but was thinking about the best way to haul fuel during the winter months when running tights seem to have lack of pockets.

    I personally keep my fuel within my shorts pockets for faster access then keeping it stashed throughout a vest for any runs up to 25 miles. then typically somewhere after I will reload from my vest and stock the pockets back up.

    This item is SOOO comfortable even when loaded it is not funny. Just about anything you can think of carrying within this device/tool can be. Which hauling my truck keys from the trail head is always a concern when choosing gear for that run.

    ::HINT:: I actually received this little nugget from the UltrAspire team from feedback from their Elites during testing. IF you will be fully loading down the race belt consider sizing down from your traditional size. This will help with less bounce during your run and create a better fit. The team was right! Yes at first it was snug, typically a large- sized down to a medium, but once I stashed everything I was using it felt like a second skin for me. Know this may not be the case for most runners but for myself I hate playing with gear because it keeps shifting or sliding down with movement.

    Height: 5′ 11″
    Weight: 198lbs
    Waist: 34″ or Large
    (I sized down to a medium following the helpful instruction from the UltrAspire staff!)

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Greg Johnson

    The fitted race belt is perfect. I wore it at the Devil Dog 100k and it carried absolutely everything that I needed it to during the race- namely a rain jacket, gels and chews, and a pair of gloves. I paired it with the 550 race handheld and couldn’t have been happier. I’m 5’8″ and ~135lbs and ordered a size Small. At first I thought it might be too snug, but once I started to load it up it kept everything in place with no bouncing! Highly recommend for the minimal trail/ultra runner who doesn’t want a vest/pack/waist bottles

  9. Rated 4 out of 5

    Giff

    Light, durable and well engineered. I have loved using this to carry trekking poles on long adventures in conjunction with a pack/handhelds. It works really well for shorter outings to carry either a soft bottle or my plus sized cell phone (S9+). If there were two full-sized pockets so I could carry my phone and a soft bottle at the same time the pack would be perfect for me. I am right on the line between a medium and a small and sizing down was definitely the way to go.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Scott

    Best running belt ever. I did go with a size smaller to reduce chances of sliding down.

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