Ultimate Direction started the concept of hydration packs when they created the first waist pack for carrying bottles. A few years later they made the first pack/strap to carry a water bottle in your hand, and have made many other innovations that define what a hydration pack is today.
They continue to be one of the market leaders, with their popularized "vest" concept for carrying water. They also introduced the first women's-specific line of hydration packs, now known as the Jenny Collection that are designed by women for women.
Women are attempting gnarly speed records and interesting routes in droves and there’s one vest that comes along on more than any other FKT bid: the Signature Series Adventure Vesta.
Super comfortable soft flask conforms to your body - reduces sloshing, bouncing and rubbing!
New and improved 500ml body bottle from Ultimate Direction
Providing all the features and capacity you need and nothing more, the Fastpack 20 is a streamlined pack that will get you there and get it done. Perfect for day hikes, peak bagging, or a quick weekend, the Fastpack takes inspiration from our Signature Series vests, with its super stable and comfortable fit.
Fastpack 35 is your perfect partner for overnight missions
The 4 oz Gel Flask is lightweight, easy to grip and takes advantage of gravity with its patented vertical positioning so that the gel moves to the valve for easy release.
Go Green with our Eco-friendly cup!
If you’re ready to take your running to new, adventurous places, the Signature Series Mountain Vest is equipped to carry the gear that will enable successful summit bids.
No more excuses. We have made the first-ever pack for OCR using 30+ years of athlete-driven design experience.
Ultimate Direction's reservoir is completely re-designed for this year. UD gave customers the new features they asked for - it won't leak, and it's much easier to fill and clean.
Years of innovation have made the Ultra Vesta a modern classic. Women-designed and women-approved, the Ultra Vesta has been a mainstay at the start lines–and, more importantly, the finish lines–of thousands of ultramarathons since its debut.