There are two main types of runners who need a backpack: the commuter and the long-distance runner. The first one needs a backpack that contains all the equipment he needs for a day at the office, yet comfortable enough to keep him walking. The second needs light luggage to carry the water and food needed for long jumps, as well as some basic safety equipment when they hit the runway.
Although there are some overlaps, these are two different types of runners. You need two different types of running backpacks, so we chose the best one.
And if you want to start working, read our tips from five dedicated running commuters. No time? Then let's say that at least: Make sure you pack spare underwear.
The best running rucksacks for long runs
Inov-8 All Terrain Pro 0-1
If you Fearing that you're making the wrong decision as to which package you need, this clever two-in-one backpack could be the perfect option. It can be worn as a racing vest that only provides space for your drinks and other important items, or you can put the 15-liter bag in your pocket if you need to take more material with you. The bag can be attached to six straps that can be tightened so they do not jump around while running.
Buy at Amazon | £ 77
Adidas Terrex Agravic Backpack Large
We have noticed that the extra large bag in this backpack means It is well suited as a commuter option: you can just fit into a 13 inch laptop, and the reflective sections on the back are especially useful for city runners. However, it is best for days on the trails where you need to bring plenty of food and drink and safety equipment in an emergency.
Buy at adidas | £ 109.95
Montane VIA Fang 5
Most premium running apparel now have some kind of anti-odor Technology the fabric, but your backpack becomes so sweaty during training as any other equipment. Therefore, it is surprising that the Montane VIA pack series is the first to use Polygiene's premium odor control technology. The other salient feature of this trail pack is the elastic bottom strap, which ensures a tight but unrestricted fit so you can forget that you even wear a backpack until you need to fish out something.
Buy Montane | 110 lb
Osprey Duro 6
The Duro comes in three sizes – 1.5 liters, 6 liters and 15 liters – with the middle option you will find the place to carry everything you need without being bulky. The two belts are each supplied with a 500 ml bottle. The belt pouch is big enough to carry a smartphone – any smartphone. Even phablet fans are provided here. The multiple straps ensure that the Duro 6 does not wobble while running. They are also ventilated to prevent excessive sweating of the belts.
Buy from Osprey | £ 90
Salomon Adv Skin 5 Set
By attaching your upper body as close as possible, this backpack should be completely unremarkable while running and move with the body to avoid, rub and jump. This succeeds in this way and makes it an excellent option for longer races, where you have to take only the bare minimum. Bags are placed in every available space in the pack and the large back pocket has a removable sleeve for a hydration bladder.
Buy from Salomon | £ 130 (currently reduced to £ 78)
Kalenji Men's Running Trail Bag
For those Working on a tight budget, this kalenji pack is a great option. The side pockets are bizarrely hard to reach for a bag designed for on-the-go use, and it takes some handling with the straps to set it up so it does not bounce off. For the price of many premium running backpacks, there are a few small irritations acceptable.
Buy at Decathlon | £ 24.99 (currently reduced to £ 12.99)
The best running rucksacks for commuting
Osprey Katari / Kitsuma 7
This is the smallest commuter option on this list, and the Katari also works as a bag for long Runs thanks to its slim frame that sits comfortably in the middle of the back while running. You can not carry a laptop, but you can easily fit into your other essentials of daily life. Osprey also makes the Kitsuma version of the bag, which is better for women thanks to its narrower shoulder and shorter upper body length.
Buy Katari 7 from Osprey | Buy Kitsuma 7 from Osprey | £ 70  Lululemon Surge Run Backpack II
We have always been impressed by how impressed you are Can this bag, often with a laptop and a complete clothes in it. And this is in winter, when you have to drive around several layers. There are two outside pockets where you can easily slip your wallet and identity card, and the strap has a pocket for your phone.
Buy at Lululemon | £ 98
Proviz REFLECT360 Running Backpack
During the long British winter and even in the spring and summer when you are long Working, commuting means commuting in the dark. To make yourself as visible as possible on the busy streets of the city is a smart move. This reflective backpack is the best choice to make sure that buses, cars and bikes hit you from the back and work on you at night. Its capacity of 10 liters is large enough for work utensils, and the waist straps have two zipped pockets for easy access to the things you need most.
Buy at Proviz Sports | £ 49.99
OMM Ultra 20
Obviously, it is advisable to limit the amount you make in your running combo As much as possible, but sometimes you just need a lot of stuff – and that means a running backpack that can handle large amounts of gear. The OMM Ultra 20 makes the tricky power of having 20 liters, but is not uncomfortably bulky.
Buy at Amazon | £ 66.40
Wrinkles are the natural enemy of the runner as it is very hard to get one shirt to work in a backpack without being crushed. This problem is solved with the IAMRUNBOX backpack. With its tough, boxy design, you can fold the clothes properly and store them in safe condition until they are needed.
Buy at IAMRUNBOX | £ 100 (currently reduced to £ 70)
Salomon Agile 12 Set
A great option for savvy packers, For those who do not need to wear a full suit and smart shoes at work, this 12-liter option is comfortable and sturdy enough to carry on long-distance trails, so it'll definitely do the job for you.
Buy at Salomon | £ 85 (currently reduced to £ 51)