Trail Running Shoes


Deep Elite Field to Compete at the 8th Annual UROC

By Nicolle Monico | May 10, 2018

This weekend, ultrarunners will head to Virginia for the 8th Annual Ultra Race of Champions (UROC) 100k on May 12. Along with a deep international elite field, this year’s race will also include 270 runners who will be participating in one of three courses: 100K, 50K and 25K. Located in Skylark, the race will take […]

5 Trail Running Shoes You Need in Your Closet

By Sam Winebaum | May 3, 2018

Trail running shoes continue to evolve as more research is done on what runners need and want out of their shoes. And nowadays, they’re even more impressive than their early predecessors, offering better upper comfort and security, lighter weights, more energetic rides, all-terrain traction and smoothers runs. Like any good trail runner, we know that […]

Editor’s Picks: April 30 – May 4

By Nicolle Monico | May 2, 2018

Each week at our office, we’re checking out new running gear, testing the latest shoes and discussing our favorite nutrition products and healthy recipes. Plus, as runners ourselves, we’re always coming across new products that we love as we’re out and about in our everyday lives. This year we’ll be showcasing some of our favorite […]

Pushing Through the Pain Cave

By Amanda Casanova | April 25, 2018

At mile 30 of the Bear 100 Mile Endurance Run, Luke Nelson struggled to focus as he moved along the beautiful, but difficult course. A month before he had completed Nolan’s 14, a 100-mile run over 14 summits in Colorado, so he knew this distance well. But his body was tired, he was hurting. He […]

Coachella Goers First to Snag Newest Adidas

By Nicolle Monico | April 9, 2018

It’s that time of year again. Music fans across the country are heading to the desert to enjoy the 3-day Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, CA. Today, adidas announced the early release of their newest sneaker, the Ultraboost Clima, which will debut at the fest over the weekend. “adidas has to show […]

8 Ways to Manage Muddy Runs

By Susan Lacke | April 4, 2018

Spring has sprung, and though April showers bring May flowers, they also bring some seriously muddy trails. The spring rains, combined with the ground’s freeze-thaw cycle, can make a real mess of your favorite trails, creating sticky, slippery terrain and putting runners at risk of injury. Here’s how to stay rubber side down on even […]

Salming’s Latest Sneaker Is Built For Rugged Terrain

By Nicolle Monico | March 12, 2018

Even if you’re an avid trail runner with your nose in all industry news, you may not have heard of Salming shoes…yet. Although popular in Europe, the Swedish shoe brand has only recently made its way over to the US (a little over two years ago), but is starting to pick up steam. Marketing itself […]

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