Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Eagle Creek Pack-It Sport™ Tote (GIVEAWAY)

One benefit of being a part of the #RockNBlog crew is trying out some awesome products. The crew at Eagle Creek, a sponsor of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series, wanted to make sure we had the right gear to rock our races in style, so they offered each of us an item just because we rock (okay, maybe more because THEY ROCK, but you get the idea)!


Because I am trying to "live simply", I thought I'd pass along my good fortune to my friends, family and followers! That means the brand new Eagle Creek Pack-It Sport™ Tote will soon be in the hands of one of my lucky readers (and hopefully that special someone is YOU)! This bag is pretty FAN-FREAKIN'-TASTIC with a ton of AMAZING features!


The antimicrobial treatment prevents odor-causing microbial growth (because, let's be real, when you are coming home from a racecation, your stuff can have a funk to it). The TPU-lining allows for easily visibility of items inside the bag. An elastic strap on top gives you the ability to secure yoga mats, foam rollers, beach towels or other items to the tote. The internal organization will keep all of your valuables safe and separated. It is water-repellent and ultra-lightweight. And last but definitely not least, it is completely washable so you can keep it in pristine condition.



The lightweight Pack-It Sport™ Tote is perfect for beach days, sporting events or camping trips, and can pack all the items you need with you on those hectic days. Made with water-repellent and anti-microbial material, this bag is built to keep your contents dry and the odor to a minimum. Pack it, grab it and GO!

Some of my other Eagle Creek Pack-It Sport™organizers
with the Tote in the background

Entering is easy, all you need to do is use the Rafflecopter below and then wait (some of the entry options are available daily, so I'd highly recommend entering early and often to have the best shot at securing some of these for yourself)!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
This giveaway will run through Friday, September 1st at 11:59pm PST. The winner will be contacted via the email address associated with their Rafflecopter account and has 24 hours to claim their prize. US Residents only. All entries are verified, so be sure to complete them or a new, random winner will be selected (don't miss out on a technicality).


How do you normally carry your running gear?

37 comments:

Before and After My Empty Nest said...

I use an old backpack my sons don't use anymore 😢

KookyRunner said...

I do have one Eagle Creek organizer that I use, but other than that I use drawstring backpacks to keep everything organized

Unknown said...

Uh I carry all my running stuff in my purse. When it's not in my purse, it's hanging in my office drying out from all the sweat. So yeah I can really use this! - kim k.

Walt andMonica said...

I use a large Apera duffle.

Kyle Kranz said...

I actually use a few Eagle Creek Pack It! gear for my shoes and kit when traveling to events!

Heather Mundwiler said...

I have a back pack (with a separate shoe compartment!) that I like - my husband on the other hand just throws stuff into a grocery bag! He's in desperate need for an actual gym bag!

Cassy said...

I have a duffel bag that is staring to fall apart from all the use ��

Katie said...

It's so embarrassing. I use this ancient duffle bag my husband used when he played HIGH SCHOOL soccer. But things get pulled out and not put back in so they mostly roll around the back of the van.
Organization: not so good at it.

Margaret said...

For local races, I typically pack my things in a cinch sack, and then pray nothing was forgotten! For racecations, it's usually an old backpack. Having a dedicated bag for running gear would be amazing!

Caitlin said...

I typically use one of those draw string backpacks, but having a bag specifically dedicated to my running essentials would be amazing!

Kate said...

I have a drawstring bag from my sons college!

Unknown said...

Sad to say I normally do a draw string bag or a general small shopping bag.

dd said...

I've used all the methods you mentioned and currently mostly use a backpack. Sometimes all you have is a grocery bag though! This bag looks roomy.

erindegroff said...

When I carry my running gear to the gym, I use a swimming backpack. It's not ideal, but it does have lots of great pockets!

San said...

I have a duffle bag that is... wait for it... 24 years old ... hahaha still holding up, but barely! I could use a new tote!

Reca said...

When I travel for races, I just throw my dirty clothes in a plastic bag. I'd love a bag I could toss my dirty stuff in without having to worry about funk getting on the bag!

WVRed said...

Generally, I grab one of the many bags I have gotten from conferences.

Ken Christensen said...

I have a duffle bag from a Fight for Air event that is old and getting smelly.

Brittany Koelmel said...

Its funny you say grocery bag...cause thats what I do! Haha!

Alyssa said...

In a beach bag 🤓

Fallon @SlackerRunner said...

I have a an old gym bag for regular days and some of the Eagle Creak Pack It little bags to go in luggage for trips. I am looking for a new gym bag.

Michelle B said...

I use a drawstring bag that I got at a bodybuilding expo. It's cheap and needs to be replaced!

Eli said...

I use a canvas tote bag :D

Jessica Johnson said...

either in a haphazard pile in the back of my car, meaning I usually forget/lose something, or a gym bag I haven't clean out in a year haha

Stephanie Abdon Fulton said...

I donated a lot in our recent move and could use a new bag!

melissa said...

My running gear is spread in different bags I can find when I need to go.

Anonymous said...

In a rundisney bag

Lucas Corso said...

A backpack of course. Thanks.

Kelly Tupick said...

I normally use a backpack to carry my gear.

D Johnson said...

I usually use a backpack.

Rusthawk said...

I use an old canvas bag.

Julie said...

a drawstring bad for weekday runs and a duffle for weekend

amie said...

I use a lightweight backpack.

wvmello said...

I use my bag from volleyball in middle school...its old and still looks okay but I love shiny new gear!

Adrienna said...

I usually use a backpack, and if I'm going to stash sweaty clothes, I bring an old grocery bag or throw the gross stuff in the hatch of the car. It would be wise of me to have a better solution.

chickie717 said...

Usually Ina large bag then I put it in a tote.

Christopher Malenab said...

throw them in a plastic bag and hit the road!