Hooray for Vooray-Ace backpack Product Review8

Disclaimer: I received a Vooray backpack as part of being a Bibrave Pro. Learn more about becoming a Bibrave Pro(ambassador), and check out Bibrave.com to review, find, and write race reviews!”


If you have read my previous posts you know that I attended The Running Event (TRE) in Austin, TX at the end of November and that we received swag bags as part of the event. What better way to start my product reviews of the swag bag than with the base of the swag bag itself…Vooray. All our swag was put inside a Vooray backback, so I figured that would be a good place to start.



Vooray is a fairly new company, so many of you may not have heard of it….YET. It was established in 2015 out of what they saw as a lack in affordable options in fitness fashion without breaking the bank. First thing you will notice when you visit their site is not one item is over $100. That’s right, every single item they offer is under $100. They also offer free shipping on all U.S. orders and all orders leave their warehouse within 48 hours. If that it’s enough, they have a 100% happiness guarantee. That means if you are unhappy for any reason with your purchase, they will make it right with no questions asked.



The backpack we received is the ACE Backpack, in Black Nylon. The bag as a listing price of $39.99, but trust me you get a lot for that small price.


·     Water Bottle Pockets: you shouldn’t go anywhere with your hydration and the ACE backpack makes sure you have a good spot to carry it.

·     Large Front Pocket: front pocket was large enough to fit a total of 5 small boxed products of swag, so that gives you a good idea of how roomy it is.

·     15’ Padded Laptop Pocket: That’s right, the ACE backpack has a pocket large enough to carry your 15’in laptop, just in case you needed to do some work at the gym

·     Padded Shoulder Straps: the shoulder straps are padded so none of that annoying digging into your shoulder when you have it on.



So how did I use my backpack??? To carry race essentials of course. I had a marathon a couple weeks ago and the Ace backpack fit the bill. Just to name a few items I carried: slides for post-race, several hats, headphones, gloves, honey stinger waffles, Huma gels, throwaway shirt and couple bottles of Gatorade. Everything fit nicely with plenty of room to spare.



Ok people, this is a no-brainer. If you are in the market for a nice fashionable bag for fitness, yoga, etc, you have to check out Vooray. I guarantee you will find something you like and you will still have extra money left for Christmas presents.


Visit www.vooray.com, you will thank me later.