Speedgoat 2.0 Hydration Belt

(4 customer reviews)


Karl Meltzer’s waist pack of choice, the Speedgoat 2.0 Hydration belt uses a minimalist streamlined design for a comfortable and stable ride. This running belt is equipped with dual holsters for double the distance, front and back carrying capactiy and zippered worry-free pocket to hold your phone and other essential items for on the go. Adjustable strap allows for one size to fit most. Comes with 2 UltraFlask 550 Hybrid Bottles.



ErgoFit Waist
Recommended Use:
Racing and training; 2 hours between refueling stops.

• Angled holsters for easy access perfectly holds ultra-soft and squeezable 550 mL UltraFlask bottles (included).
• Soft perimeter binding made with polyester to wick away moisture.
• Minimalist streamlined design for a comfortable stable ride.

Fit: Unisex
Size: 28″-42″
Color: Luminous Blue
Hydration:  2 x UltraFlask 550
Capacity: 105 c.i.; (1.75 L)
Weight: 10.4 oz (295 g)

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Waist Belt


Fluid Capacity

2x 550mL UltraFlask bottles

Total Volume

105 c.i. (1.72 L)


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4 reviews for Speedgoat 2.0 Hydration Belt

  1. Justin Stum

    I’ve used a few different belt systems over the years. My primary complaint is that they don’t balance well or they ride up on you, annoying! The Speedgoat 2.0 is fantastic! I primarily run trails so my hips have a bit more movement depending on the technicality of the trail so fit and balance is crucial on long runs and/or ultra races. The belt itself (which is like seat belt material, but thinner in width) is adjustable and I found flexible yet firm and rides snug on the body. No slipping around at all; I keep 18 oz of fluid in each bottle and even with the weight it has no wiggle at all. The pockets work well especially the front removable one for my smartphone. The side and back pockets work well for me too for my electrolytes and gels. This has become my primary belt. I have the fitted race belt for shorter runs and use Speedgoat when I need more fluid on the route.

  2. reishw (verified owner)

    Just received the Speedgoat this week. Took it out for a 10 miler today. This belt is well designed and made with high quality materials. It took very little time to adjust the belt and fit. The pockets have plenty of room for food and essentials. The bottles when full carry very well with very little bounce. The bottles are a little thin but are light. The caps on the bottles are the best I’ve seen. Open the cap, squeeze the bottle and you get a mouth full. I would like to see an insulated bottle for this belt. After wearing this belt, I can’t see carrying a pack. For racing, if there are aid stations this is all I’ll need. Long races without support may require a pack. You can carry light gloves and hat by stuffing them in the back pocket. A jacket can be rolled up and carried up front in the bungee cords. I tried it and it held just fine. This will be my go to belt for my next two races, an 18 miler and a 30K. The belt is super comfortable and you soon forget you have it on while running. Very glad I purchased this belt, well worth the money.

  3. El Coyote

    This pack has minimal bounce for a large 2-bottle waist pack. The closure system on the belt is secure, but there is no front buckle to cause chafing. Tons of storage, with rear pocket, two side pockets, and a front pocket. The bottles are really nice…high flow when the valve is open, and no leaks when they’re closed. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is because of the bungees on the front pocket that are meant to hold trekking poles. When the pocket is full, the poles are held tight and don’t bounce, but when the pocket is empty or not all the way full, trekking poles will bounce annoyingly. Overall though, this is the best waist pack in its class that I’ve used (and I’ve used a lot of them).

  4. Mathieu Fortin (verified owner)

    Overall, its a good product.
    I love the bottles; they are soft enough to avoid pressure on your body, but hard enough to stand up for refills and easy cleaning. The slings hold the bottles very well so that they don’t fall out on a bouncy run, and you can still pull them out very easily with a slight twist. The side and back pockets are very convenient; good size for small items (bars, gels, etc.) My only complaint is with the front pocket. It is fairly large, which I initially thought was a good thing, but if you fill it up with just about anything, it will bounce up and down and it gets very annoying. You can always take that front pocket/pouch off the belt and still have a very good belt with lots of storage and hydration. The string s on the front pouch are no good for attaching poles, they will either bounce too much or be in the way of your arm swing.

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