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Salomon Advanced Skin S-Lab Belt Set

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Free Shipping. Salomon Advanced Skin S-Lab 2 Belt FEATURES of the Salomon Advanced Skin S-Lab 2 Belt Characteristics Motion Fit Trail Sensifit (Belt) Twin Skin Belt 1 Front Element With Multiple Secure Pockets For Energy And Hydration 1 Back Element For Safety Equipment And Apparel Pvc, Phthalate, Bisphenol-A Free Blaster Valve Soft Flask Included 1 (237Ml/8O)Z Soft Trims Reflective SPECIFICATIONS of the Salomon Advanced Skin S-Lab 2 Belt Weight: 5 oz / 130 g Elastic Power Mesh 3D Mesh Fast Wicking Fabrics

- Moosejaw

Designed with athletes for intense races, this super light weight, form fitting belt with front and back compartments elimates bouncing and twisting during trail races.

- RockCreek

Made to help you crush long, heavy-duty races, the Salomon Advanced Skin S-Lab Belt Pack uses a form-fitting Sensifit design to help you comfortably carry snacks, a layer, and some extra hydration when you're heading out on 24-hour runs. It has two carrying elements, one in the front and one in the back, with a pocket for the included 18oz soft flask and reflective soft trims for a bit of extra safety. Cinch the TwinLink waistbelt up snugly to prevent bouncing and twisting, and the breathable mesh fabric will keep you comfortable as you cruise to victory.

- Backcountry.com

The Salomon Advanced Skin S-Lab Belt provides long distance runners with a no-bounce carrying option for small items and energy gels. Its low profile shape securely holds your water bottles, keys, and any other bare essentials you may need close to your body so you don't have to spend excess energy on balancing yourself.

- Mountain Gear