Previews of the Brooks Cascadia 5, the New Balance MT 100/WT 100, the Vibram FiveFingers Trek Sport, the La Sportiva Crossover GTX, the Vasque Mindbender GTX, and the Salomon S-Lab3 XT Wings.
An overview of the on the headlamps, hydration products, trekking poles, GPS watches, and snowshoes that caught iRunFar’s attention at the 2010 Outdoor Retailer Winter Market.
An interview with champion ultrarunner Anton Krupicka in which he discusses his training, his thoughts on injury prevention and running shoes, and the utility of consistent training.
A review of running gloves that includes SmartWool Glove Liners, Brooks Pulse Lite Gloves, Loki Liner Gloves, Burton Polartec Power Stretch Gloves and 180s Ultralite CRG.
Reviews of multi-season running outerwear, including GoLite Black Mountain Thermal Wind Jacket, Mountain Hardwear Transition Jacket, Patagonia Traverse Jacket, Outdoor Research Vert Pants and The North Face Windstopper® Hybrid Tight.
A welcome to the completely redesigned iRunFar.com and a call for comments on how to make the new design even better.
An overview of snowshoe racing.
An overview of snowshoe running, including why and how to do it.
An interview with Max King about running ultramarathons and running for Montrail.
With the iRunFar faithful having named the top 100 mile performances of the year (that would be Krissy Moehl’s Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc and Geoff Roes’s Wasatch 100), we thought we’d follow up on something we did last year. Namely, have you choose the best 100 mile debut of 2009. We’ll help you out […]
This Week In Running for the week of January 9-10, 2010.
[Below is the first article in a series that will profile trail running in various countries around the world. We’ve recruited local experts for each of the posts. Please get in touch if you are interested in having your country profiled.] Trail Running in New Zealand by Paul Charteris, RD of the Tarawera Ultramarathon Jez […]
Does it feel like we just crossed the finish line of a really long race or are we toeing the line for the next race? Maybe the New Year feels a little like both. Either way we would love to hear what you’re most looking forward to in 2010! As with our previous post that […]