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Odlo Bottle Holder Pro Drinkbelt 1.5l OverviewOdlo Bottle Holder Pro Drinkbelt 1.5l Back 2022 Winter Collection
£31.36

The Odlo ProDrinkbelt 1.5Lcross country ski hydration belt keeps you hydrated during your outings. It is equipped with a large capacity insulated bottle and a water pouch

Bjorn Daehlie Bottle Holder Belt Active Black Overview
£22.40

The Bjorn Daehlie Belt Active Black is designed for very short rides. It has a storage compartment and elastic gel holders.

Maloja Bottle Holder Steivanm Us Biathlon OverviewMaloja Bottle Holder Steivanm Us Biathlon Back Discontinued
Recommended price £13.44
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£9.41

The Maloja Steivan US Biathlon mug is the perfect gift for fans! Perfect for drinking hot tea while cheering on the athletes on the slopes or in front of the TV, your choice!

Bjorn Daehlie Bottle Holder Drinkbelt W Bottle Black Overview
£35.75

The Bjorn Daehlie Drinkbelt w bottle is recommended for short rides. Equipped with a neoprene pouch and two hydration flasks of 300ml each.

Swix Bottle Holder Focus Trail Pack OverviewSwix Bottle Holder Focus Trail Pack Back 2022 Winter Collection
£43.01

The Swix Focus trail pack hydration backpack is perfect for long rides or popular races. It's a great way to hydrate, feed and store some accessories.

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Buyer’s guide for drink belts

There are various types of hydration belts. Some are isothermal and others are simply fitted with a pocket to hold a drink bottle. This buying guide should help you choose the one best suited to your activity.

What differences are there between drink belts?

For your cross country skiing events or long distances races, you have a choice of two types of hydration belt.

Firstly you have the classic drink belts. Simply provided with a pocket where you can put a flask, they allow fast hydration without the need to stop. During descent a simple arm movement around the back is all you need to grab your bottle. It's a favourite choice of long distance runners, who have very little time to hydrate. There's also a little side pocket for holding an energy bar

The second type of drink belt is undoubtedly the most widely used in the world of nordic skiing. These ones are isothermal hydration belts that allow you to maintain the ideal temperature for your drink throughout your session. Also provided with a large pocket, these drink belts are able to hold a few accessories, energy products and a spare pair of gloves.