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Staying Vertical: Fall Prevention and Trail Running Presented by: It’s fun to negotiate rocks, roots, narrow pathways and slippery surfaces of the trail until you lose it with a fall. Maintaining focus, wearing trail appropriate shoes and being light on your feet are the main strategies to avoid becoming horizontal while running. From […]
We tested and reviewed the innovative WAA Ultra Equipment (What An Adventure) Ultra Carrier long sleeve shirt. The reference to shirt is not entirely accurate as this is more a piece of gear than just an item of clothing. Sure, it’s a shirt but it’s a lot more than that as it offers what a […]
Film: Brothers Director: Paul Nelson Running Time: 30 Min Released: Late 2016 The film features the Puzey brothers, Jacob and Tommy taking part in the 2015, 6 Day, 120 Mile TransRockies Run in Colorado. The film features parts of this great event but more importantly highlights so much more and delves into their […]
The Altra Lone Peak 3.0 is the 2016/2017 update on the 2.5 from seasons prior. Having now run in both shoes in a variety of conditions on dry trail, rivers and winter with snow-covered trails, we were able to put forward our verdict via a review comparing the two models and the upgrades made. […]
With the advent of the new Arctic Grip™ by Vibram®, various shoes have hit the market. I was fortunate to try out the new Merrll Overlook 6 Ice+. This boot features the new Arctic Grip compound wedged between standard softer rubber lugs with a waterproof upper and M Select™ WARM lightweight insulation. If you are looking […]
The Osprey Manta 28 is a fantastic pack for the long haul. Too big for your typical trail run, this pack steers toward long trips and fastpacking. If you do not plan on packing a lot of food or a sleeping bag, I wouldn’t consider this as part of my quiver. However, my recent 2 […]
If you’re like me, you’re finding more pairs of Hoka’s in your shoe collection. I started with one pair two years ago, the Stinson. To be honest I was purely curious about these shoes and before long I found myself reaching for them often. Today I would say they’re my main shoe. More specifically, the […]