/ Recommend me... A running bag
I'd prefer it to have hip belt pockets and not too big.
oh, it needs to be quite cheap!
OMM ultra. 12 or 15. Both are good. 12 sounds like it will be more than big enough for what u want. 15 is just bigger with padded shoulder straps.
Waist/chest straps and pockets.
Walking I'd recommend the OMM12 as previously mentioned, light good capacity reasonable fit.
Running though the OMM is tiring and moves around too much. It also has a looser fit so can cause chafing from riing about. The hydration sack that's on everyone's (running) back is the Salomon S-Lab Skin (5 or 12) superb piece of kit. The 12 holds all the mndatory kit for long ultra races in the mountins, waterproofs, mps, head torch, first aid, hat/gloves, food, water etc.
Don't know if you're near to a Decathlon, but they do some cheap (but very good value) 'trail' sacks...
as a couple of examples.
You should be able to fit that into a bumbag really. Unless you have a massive jacket. Something like this will probably do:
Stops you from carrying too much.
Some of the gear in there is rubbish, but this rucksack looks like it would do the job nicely, and has quite large hip belts.
It's not as big as it looks in the picture. I haven't bought one as I have a camelbak, but I was tempted when I saw it in store.
I'd second the suggestion of a bumbag instead of a rucsac. I do use both, but apart from some chafing at the back, I far prefer the bumbag. I use an OMM 3litre bumbag, and it's big enough for most runs.
+1 for bumbag.
I use an OMM Ultra 6 litre bag, has a good water bottle holder and plenty of space for an extra layer/bivvy bag on long runs.
Omm last drop (10l). Have a look at he reviews on wiggle. Love mine - so comfy
Inov-8 Race Pro 12
Not quite as cheap but i got an inov-8 pack for xmas recently http://www.inov-8.com/New/Global/Product-View-RacePro-12.html?L=26
theres a few more on the site that are cheaper, and you can normally search around online for a good deal on them. but i've found its ideal for carrying everything in whilst on a run and doesnt wiggle around and chafe or anything. in fact i like it so much it seems to be replacing my old nike rucksack i've had since my school days!
I have this http://www.cotswoldoutdoor.com/salomon-xa-20-rucksack-62410125 (in a nice girly purple :P), found it really comfy on a 50k race.
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