Naked® Running Spra™
Redefining the sports bra category, the The Naked® Running Spra™ allows you wear your sports bra and carry essentials like fuel, hydration and accessories. The breathable and cooling pack features 2+ liters of carrying capacity, main rear compartment for stashing poles, jacket, food, hydration (using any model of flask), telephone, and headlamp. Secure side pockets hold your small go-to items and one includes a micro clip for keys and other valuables. For those using flasks with drink tubes, we’ve added a shock cord lock in the front. Each pocket has shock cord and ribbon pull tabs for quick access on the run. Spra™ users also benefit from special safety features, including reflective elements and shock cord mounted high volume safety whistle. The Spra™ is designed for low to medium impact. The entire pack has soft, non-chafing stitching and trim and, like the Band with which it shares its DNA, has 12 sizes for a precise fit.
- Patented Schoeller® Coldblack® cooling face fabric
- Opaque and single layer fabric is as cool as white fabric and turns on the chill as your body heats up
- Naked® Expower mesh pockets hold everything in place
- Holds multiple brands and sizes of hydration flasks as well as room for a rain shell, food, fuel and accessories
- Reflective safety elements
- Internal micro clip and emergency whistle
- Drink tube lock
- 1.5+ liters of capacity
- Light to medium support
- 12 sizes for a precise fit
FITTING + MORE
For more information on the product, and selecting your perfect fit from among our sizes available, go to the:
Naked® Running Spra™
First run Naked, well, the sun was out. But did have your waist band, and shorts and sandals. Poles, two 500ml soft flasks, snake bandage, first aid kit, car keys, phone. All went in no problem and with room for jells or other stuff if I wanted. It simply does what you say, no bounce, just forgot it’s there. Not sure if I could’ve put anything in the rear pocket, with the poles across the back. For a 20k run nothing more was needed anyway. I can see it being very handy when using a vest, allows so many options combining the two. Thank you for this.