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The time for a new cycling, triathlon or mountain biking season is upon us and we all have ran out and bought new shorts, tires, handlebar tape ... what ever it may be.
Training shoe, racing shoe? Montrail Bajada is one of the lighter trail shoes I have had the pleasure of reviewing.
Some people say a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, the product name is worth a thousand words. The only better name may be “kid proof.”
As a runner who has been running in minimalist (or, as some call it, neutral or barefoot) shoes for over a year now, I was excited to try out the brand new SKORA’s .
Ever head out for a run, get about a mile down the road and realize you're over dressed? That very well could be the case with the NBx Windblocker Half-Zip
Well, this might not be the ideal winter to test old winter clothing. As I type this, it is 47 degrees outside in the middle of January.
Bontrager's 29er-specific 29-3 line (2.25-and 2.0-inch) tires showed up on our front steps and when I first grabbed them I had ...
The Sentinal Boa uses an alternative lacing system that provides a secure, glove-like fit via a dial setup and very fine steel strands.
The Sierra Designs Frequency Jacket is definitely a do everything type of jacket for the outdoor enthusiast.
The Kenosha™ Nano Jacket is your take anywhere piece of gear when you’re looking for ultra light weight, a wind barrier and maximum water repellency.
This has quickly become one of my favorite watches in the pile on my desk. Lightweight, large format and great looks.
Top of the line neutral cushioning shoe from the folks at Mizuno. A great predecessor of the Wave Creation 10
The Lightweight Convertible Jacket is the perfect choice for unpredictable weather with a sleek look and matching functionality.