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Brooks Running Launch 6 Shamrock Shoe Returns!

Much like me showing up at McSorely's every year on St. Patricks Day, Brooks Running is continuing tradition and releasing the Launch 6...

Sugoi Spearhead Running Shorts

I've been in need of new running shorts for a while now. Especially since warm weather is officially here and rotating two pairs of shorts, one of which feels far too long, is becoming a bit tedious. It literally took me a day to decide which shorts to get from the...

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Sole Custom Footbeds

Since I began this site I have tried out quite a few products. These things range from a cold weather headband with headphones built in to tech clothing and everything in between. You've probably actually heard me on my show or in posts on the site mentioning these...

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Honey Stinger Introduces Stinger Waffles

I can't wait to try some of this yummy goodness!! 09.15.2010 – (Steamboat Springs, Colo.) Honey Stinger, the leading manufacturer of honey-based nutritional products, introduces a completely new energy product to the US market – Stinger Waffles. Suggested by Honey...

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Layer Up with SmartWool Thermal Midlayers

09.15.2010 With the introduction of the new Thermal Midlayer (TML) series, SmartWool launches the SmartWool® Layer Up System for Fall 2010. Cold weather outdoor enthusiasts will be able to layer head-to-toe in SmartWool® material, offering the most effective and...

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Cloudveil Run Don’t Walk Vest

The "Run Don't Walk" line of gear from Cloudveil is not only for the athlete who is based in the high reaches of the company's home base of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Nor is it some utilitarian line of unattractive gear that works well, but looks awful. When I got my...

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Smith Optics Pivlock V90 Max

Leading up to Ironman Louisville this year, I have been quite desperate to find something that could keep up with my rate of perspiration. That's right, I sweat...a TON. I need a pair of glasses that are lightweight, has a great field of vision, minimal or no frames...

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