Pink Water Bottle
Our products are designed to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible while you Run with your Bun.
As well as comfortable maternity clothing, we also offer running accessories to make your run as relaxing and hassle free as possible.
Our Pink Water Bottle is practical, reusable and incorporates the important factors to consider when you are a pregnant runner.
Firstly, Can You Be Seen?
For any runner, it is important that road users are aware of you and you can be seen at any time of day. Our water bottles are available in a range of bright colours.
The safety of you and your baby is paramount. It is important that you remain hydrated whilst exercising and not overheat. Our reusable roll-up pink water bottle is practical and efficient. Your pink water bottle comes with a matching carabineer, for attachment to yourself or sports bag, making it ideal for running.
If you need assistance whilst out on a run, our bright running accessories will show people where you are, whilst notifying them that you are pregnant. The Run with your Bun Logo has pride of place on the centre of your pink water bottle.
Continued Running during pregnancy is perfectly safe. It is even good for you and your baby. The NHS advises that:
“The more active and fit you are during pregnancy, the easier it will be for you to adapt to your changing shape and weight gain. It will also help you to cope with labour and get back into shape after the birth.”
Why not check out what other experts have to say on our ‘Read This‘ page.
Wear your pink water bottle with pride as you run. Help to spread the word that continued running during pregnancy is safe.
Why not check out our full product range in the ‘Shop‘ and treat yourself, or a Mum-2-Be, with some new Maternity Clothing. Our Maternity Hoodies and Vests are designed to keep Mum and Baby Safe, Seen and Confident while they continue running throughout pregnancy.
Check out our New Gifts for Active Mum 2 Be!
Need a gift for an Active Mum 2 Be, why not create your own personalised frame as a keepsake of their pregnancy?