Nathan Vaporshadow Review, Pros and Cons

Nathan Vaporshadow is rated 4.3 based on 78 reviews


Feature Summary


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Nathan VaporShadow 2-Liter Hydration Vest
  • High capacity race vest designed to fit a women's torso with highly breathable wall mesh shoulder straps
  • Dual stabilization system compresses bladder and load and the insulated bladder pocket blocks the transfer of body heat to liquid contents
  • Load lifter system keeps the bag contents up and close to the body
  • Multiple zippered compartments and stretch mesh stash pockets for organization and increased capacity
  • Reflective trim, pill pockets, trekking pole clips and smart phone pockets complete the vest


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Nathan Vaporshadow:

Reviewers like these things about the Nathan Vaporshadow

  • Several users noted that the Nathan Vaporshadow has 360 degrees of reflective lining so the user can even be noticed in the wee hours of the night.
  • A reviewer thought that its pocket in the front with a bungee cord can fit a 10-22 ounce water bottle or any other items wanted accessible.
  • Testers mentioned that it has a hidden ice-pack pocket in the back to help regulate body temperature.
  • Laptop users praised its bungee cord on the back can accommodate jackets, spare shirts, and more.
  • Tablet users also lauded the presence of its trekking pole clips.
  • Testers pointed out that it comes with 2 liter bladder.
  • Users also noted that the bag’s bite valve nozzle on the hose has on and off positions but does not leak while running in the on position, making it easier to continually drink throughout a run.
  • Users noted that its bladder pocket is insulated to prevent warm weather or body heat from rapidly affecting the water temperature.
  • Several reviewers have pointed out that the bag bladder is easily dismantled for thorough cleaning.
  • Other reviewers noted that the bag hose has plenty of straps to loop through to guide the hose to the right spot.
  • Testers said that its upper chest strap, or V-chest strap forms a triangle shape, and locks down the vest, keeping it from shifting and moving.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • A reviewer noted that its front pocket drawstrings have repeatedly snapped from the stitching, making the pocket useless for any sort of gel stashing.
  • Another user thought that it does not cinch down tight enough.

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