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The result of collaboration with ultrarunner Scott Jurek, the Ultimate Direction Jurek Endure Belt is a lightweight and stable option to carry 20 oz of hydration with quick access to nutrition and accessories. Dual 10 oz rear-riding bottles are easy to grab and return while a rear bungee and 2 pockets carry gels, gloves and your smartphone. The side-positioned belt buckle prevents irritation and adjusts easily; soft banding keeps you from getting chaffed while spending hours on the trails.


  • Citron Green/Teal (TC)
  • Grey/Black (GY)
  • Includes 2 Ultimate Direction 10 oz bottles
  • Bottle holsters shaped with lightweight foam for quick grab and return of hydration
  • Removable water-resistant front pocket slides into preferred position on belt with foam backing for comfort; stashes nutrition, ID card, electrolyte caps and smartphone (fits iPhone 4 & 5 with hard case)
  • Open mesh rear velcro pocket and bungee stash gloves, warmers, hat or lightweight shell jacket
  • Hex Mesh is breathable, strong and lightweight; does not absorb moisture to keep belt light and allows for evaporation
  • Soft Velvetex Banding prevents skin irritation
  • Side-position buckle prevents irritation and allows you to adjust fit easily on-the-run
  • 3/4 inch wide webbed waist belt holds secure and prevents bouncing
  • Removable race number clips
  • Zipper Pocket Size: 6.5 x 3 inches (16.5 x 7.6 cm)
  • Rear Pouch Size: 4 x 4 inches (10.2 x 10.2 cm)
  • Weight: 8.5 oz (241 g) with empty bottles


  • One Size Fits Most: 26 - 44 inches

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Customer Reviews

Comments:  The belt is good if you have a waist size of 32 or less. This it needs to have an adjustable that can accommodate a waist of 34 inches. It does not fit!

From: Anonymous. December 31st 2016

Comments: This hydration belt needs some work on the storage compartments. The 20 oz bottles are great--one for water and one for a hydration drink--but my smart phone (a small 2 yr old android) barely fits in the front pouch and leaves no room for any other items. So I'm forced to try to stuff my car key, gels, and some emergency toilet paper down into the little stretchable rear pouch into which the phone will not fit. It would be nice if a larger pouch was made for the front or at least if a larger pouch option is made available. My wife's Samsung (not the one the size of a tablet computer either!) would never fit in the front pouch.

From: Bill, Columbia, SC, USA.  January 16th 2015