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Cambelbak Circuit Vest Review

The Camelbak Circuit Vest has been my go to running vest this summer. It is a simple, light weight running pack that has very basic features, yet gets the job done for stashing food...

Mountain Hardwear Breeze AC Tank Review

  The Mountain Hardwear Breeze AC Tank is a runner’s dream for summer and hot temperatures. The Breeze AC Tank is appropriately named, as it weighs a mere 4.8 oz and its’ loose fit...

New Balance Impact 3 Inch Graphic Short

New Balance Impact 3 Inch Graphic Short Review

Initial Impressions Integrating a new pair of shorts into your long run routine means that the shorts have got to be quick-drying, breathable, and of course, comfortable. The folks over at New Balance understand...

Salomon Park 2in1 Short Review

The Salomon Park 2in1 Short Salomon continues to deliver quality product with the Salomon Park 2in1 Short. Made specifically for trail runners in mind with a long hem and integrated pair of tights, the...

Saucony Virrata Review

Several running companies have made a commitment to listening to runner feedback. Of late, the feedback from runners concerning natural running movement and techniques has grown increasingly fervent. Each company has their own take...

Montrail Bajada Outdry Review

Montrail offers up its latest in outdoor excursion footwear with the Men’s Bajada Outdry. It’s billed as a neutral cushioned shoe with additional traction in order to perform off road. Outdry was added to...

New Balance 1190 Review

New Balance 1190 Review

RevLite – if you haven’t tried it, get yourself some. New Balance came through in a big way this year, and not just in a single shoe. Numerous shoes on the lineup got a...

Keen Alamosa Review

As Keen continues to grow outside its popular original Keen Newport water shoe, I decided it was time to see how their hiking shoe line holds up.  With a number of my friends wearing...