It comes as no surprise that Under Armour has been inspired by the fat-tire bicycles that let riders bounce over rough terrain and even snow without losing any grip.
Whether you run trails or roads, changes are huge you have heard, seen, fitted or own a pair of ultra cushioned Hoka’s. Love them or hate them but the oversized but lightweight midsole decreases body fatigue over long distances.
Designed by Nike’s Tinker Hatfield, the ACG Air Mowabb made its debut back in 1991. According to some this was the greatest shoe ever released under the ACG label
The word Klättermusen comes from a children’s book, meaning ‘climbing mouse’. It is also the name of an outdoor company hailing from Åre, a small municipality in northern Sweden
Outdoor brand Patagonia introduces its Merino Air™ Baselayer: a technical layering piece with outstanding environmental and performance qualities. Using innovative whole-garment seamless knitting that creates a lightweight, superbreathable, performance-fit baselayer.
In December of 2011, fed up with the poor fitting, low quality wetsuits on the market, co-founder Alex Wang started obsessing over how and if a high quality, custom-fit and affordable wetsuit could be built
With the Zoom Terra Kiger Nike introduced a sturdy yet flexible trail running shoe. After the first two popular releases, the third installment is about to makes its entrance to the running shoe market
Jeff Browning wanted trail running shorts with pockets—lots of pockets. For years he asked for more. Finally he sewed on his own, modifiying early prototypes until they could handle everything he wanted, from energy gels to a Houdini® Jacket. His tinkering resulted in the Strider Pro Shorts—built for a full day of mountain running and developed, tested and proven in the outdoor lab.
Japanese urban lifestyle store Kinetics is releasing The Earth Collection in a collaboration with outdoor apparel brand Columbia for Spring Summer 2015 as a limited edition. The collection consists of the Pliny Peak Jacket, that comes in two flavours, and a matching short. Both jacket and short are Durability Water Resistant (DWR). Via Kinetics
What better way to end the day in the outdoors than with an ultralight relax shoe like the Ultra Low slipon shoes by The North Face. These shoes have a velcro adjustment strap, are convenient to carry along with the rest of your gear but also make for super comfy shoes to hike a few miles on. And offcourse you don’t need to be in the outdoors to enjoy these slipons. Any concrete surroundings will benefit just as well. Via
The +0- Collection is a capsule of technical garments powered to overcome hectic city life. The products are developed function-first with urban exploration as the general idea behind the concept, but these shoes call out the wild just as well. The Rocket Boost boots are more than just battle ready for concrete and can take on any rock and mud that comes in your way. Borrowing some of their latest running technology and applying it to an outdoor inspired silhouette, the Adidas Consortium +-0 Rocket Boost is constructed with durable leather uppers and a full Boost midsole. Kitted out with hiking style lacing hardware, a perforated medial three stripe backed out with reflective 3M trim and a ribbed heel panel, it is equipped with Primaloft insulation and a padded cuff. The adidas releases +0- Collection Rocket Boost is availabe at select adidas retailers and online at End Clothing.
The adidas adistar Raven 3 is dubbed by some as the king of the trail or the Land Rover amongst running shoes capable of taking on any terrain. The fact remains that the model has a rugged ADIWEAR™ outsole with ADAPTIVE TRAXION that grips where you need it to, and features a sock-like techfit™ upper and ADIPRENE®+ in the forefoot that helps push you forward. Not just a killer shoe in daylight but thanks to the fully reflective 3M upper you will lit up trails in nighttime. Available at end clothing.