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The evolution of the race number belt, the Nathan Booster Belt incorporates a unique shock cord system that carries several gel packets securely.*


  • Grey

*Gels not included



  • Non-chafing elastic
  • Moveable clips hold any sized race number securely
  • Shock cord system secures several gels


  • One Size Fits Most

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I purchased this prior to reading Daniel's review below.  Thankfully the belt has since been updated and the picture should be changed as well.  The clips which hold the belt have been improved.  They are elastic loops that come out of a plastic assembly via spring loaded pieces.  You loop these through the bib and back through the plastic piece.  The pieces slide across for any size race bib.  The gel holder remains a continuous piece so carrying a second gel still has the risk of falling out, but the update for the race bib is very nice.
From: John, Warrington, PA, USA

Comments: I don't care for this belt. 2 stars out of 5 The pros: I like the quality of the elastic and I like the buckle. The cons: The gizmos that hold the race number stick up over the belt, and dig into my belly (it was fine for the first 3 miles, but it got really old after that.  Given that I'm training for a marathon, 3 miles is not enough.)  I tucked my shirt into it, which was annoying, but prevented actual blood from flowing. Also, the thing that holds gu is continuous, so when you remove your first gu, that loosens the hold on the second gu.  It didn't fall out, but I was worried. Fundamentally, I'm not going to use it in a race.  And since it's a race belt, that's pretty bad.
From: Daniel, Boston, MA, USA