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Nathan Sports VaporHowe 4L Race Vest Review

There is gear that is designed on a drafting table or a computer by a designer or engineer. Sometimes the results are great but there is still no substitute for bringing together the minds and experience of the actual athletes who know exactly what they want to see....

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WAA Ultra Equipment Ultra Carrier Shirt Review

A shirt that functions like a bag sounds crazy, but that’s exactly what WAA has created. “What An Adventure” is an ultra-equipment brand from Paris. We recently reviewed WAA’s most simple running pack, the Ultra Bag Pro 3L, which is the complimentary gear to the Ultra...

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Mizuno Wave Daichi 2 Review

This was Lori's first run in a Mizuno running shoe (she feels like she's said that a lot recently, but when you’re the newly minted run category manager, that’s bound to happen!). As it turns out though, this is the first Mizuno Wave Daichi with broad release in the...

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How to clean a bike helmet

Like it or not, we all sweat. This is especially true when we're doing something active like riding a bike. Here at Gearist we're very aware of just how gross a bike helmet can become if you don't clean it. Apart from the salt and sweat that accumulate inside your...

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DryGuy Force Dry Review

There are so many different ways in which our outdoor apparel can be ruined. There's certainly tearing or general breakdown and I'm sure that more than one boot has met its end to the teeth of a puppy. However, one of the things that we don't always consider (until...

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Hoka One One Bondi 5 Review

Most people are drawn to Hoka One One shoes because of the visually obvious amount of cushioning. However, just like any other shoe brand, there are varying degrees of “cush” in the Hoka lineup and today we're taking a look at the most cushioned road shoe from the...

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Adidas ultraBOOST X Review

Today we’re going to be going in depth with the adidas ultraBOOST X. While the name certainly conjures up images of propulsion and movement, it could just as easily be called “Ultracomfort”. From top to bottom and front to back, everything about this shoe is built for...

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Trek Super Commuter+ 8S Review

Ferrari calls it Rosso Corsa. Porsche has Guards. Prince even wrote a song about a Corvette in the color. Red. It's the color of speed. And passion. After spending an evening with Trek's product team and a little spin, I've got no doubt that they had a little of both...

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Hoka One One Speedgoat 2 Review

The original version of the Hoka One One Speedgoat missed the mark for us. Big time. We won’t belabor the point here too much but let's just say that while we found the ride to be a lot of fun, the fit of the upper and some consistently annoying blistering turned us...

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Merrell Peak Agility Flex Review

Flexibility is an interesting thing in trail running shoes. There are those who love the agility of a flexible shoe and it’s ability to rock-hop and make quick adjustments on the run. Then there are those who look for the snap or pop of a more rigid shoe that will...

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Adidas Terrex Agravic Speed Review

Believe it or not, not every shoe from Adidas has to have boost foam in it. Granted, every shoe we’ve looked at from Adidas in the past few years HAS had at least a little bit of boost foam in the midsole but not the shoe I’m looking at today. Today we’re going to be...

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New Balance Fresh Foam Hierro V2 Review

New Balance has been in the business of making feet happy since 1906. So why has it taken Lori so long to get her feet into some? An attitude of “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. She's been stuck in a shoe rut, friends. Guilty of going back to the same brand time...

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