MtnFire 15 Vest
The MtnFire 15 has an increased volume roll-top pocket on the back at 15 litres you could even pack for a 2 day Mountain Marathon.
This addition prepares the runner to keep themselves safe with less accessed emergency kit such as additional dry layers, food and first aid. Additional sleeve for bladder.
Stretch mesh harness and pockets reduces bounce whilst running holding your kit close to the body. And with 7 large stretch pockets up front there is plenty of room for on the move essentials.
Tailored fit and cutting edge fabrics ensure a stable carry throughout your run. Stretch mesh holds kit close to the body and reduces bounce whilst the rear compression system and roll top holds spare kit in place.
With 7 large stretch mesh pockets up front, including two zippered pockets, there is ample room for food hydration and on the move essentials such as map, compass, hat and gloves. The 15 litre rear roll top bag is perfect for spare layers, extra food or even your Mountain Marathon kit list.
Front pockets accommodate up to 500ml Flexi Flasks plus rear hydration sleeve can accommodate up to 3 litre Ultra Bladder.
Roll top weather-resistant rear compartment
2 secure zip pocket
Hydration system compatible
Fits 2 x Flexi Flasks & 2l Ultra Bladder
Colours: Grey, Blue, Orange
Fabrics: 3D Mesh, stretch mesh, Nylon
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Vest or WaistBelt?
This is a personal choice and can depend on distance to be covered, kit list and even a bit of tradition. Many people like the simplicity of a WaistBelt, leaving their back free to ‘breathe’ and most of their torso unencumbered. Others prefer the convenience of a vest, keeping all your snacks and essentials close to hand. For longer distances, it can be nice having capacity for flasks or a bladder in a RaceVest, with the weight evenly distributed over the torso whereas on a fell race where only kit list needs to be carried (and this is where tradition comes in) a WaistBelt is the first choice for many.
Can I Wash My RaceVest?
Yes! Its a good idea to occasionally wash away all that sweat, dirt and oil that accumulates through regular use of your RaceVest. Just check all the pockets for forgotten jelly babies and fivers and undo the zips. Use a quick cycle and a specific outdoor wash then line dry; done! More Info Here
When's a Vest a Pack?
And when is a pack a vest!? A pack normally uses a more traditional shoulder strap system, alongside a waistbelt and/or sternum strap fro stability. A RaceVest is more like a piece of clothing, with fabric wrapping around the torso, both for stability and also allowing for extra pockets and storage. Packs are generally suited to larger loads as they can have more padding on the straps and weight through the waistbelt. However, the benefits of a vest, with its accessable storage on the move, we have tried to incorporate some of those features, alongside the fit and stability to larger loads in order to create VestPacks such as the Phantom 25.
What's the sizing like?
You can find our RaceVest Size Guide via the link on each product page, this includes measurement ranges for each size of RaceVest. RaceVests are unisex so it is often worth checking the size guide to ensure you get the right one.