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.
Nike recently released the Nike Lunar Fresh SneakerBoot collection that is also comprised of this light ash grey colorway. This sneakerboot model is Nike’s newest hybrid design featuring Dynamic Flywire technology on top of a speckled Lunarlon midsole. Are these boots made for walking? They certainly are if you’re into some lightweight hiking on moderate terrains. Available at atmos Sportslab.
Peak Performance was established in 1986 as a ski clothing company and is one of Sweden’s largest clothing companies. The outdoor sports company has expanded into clothing for other sports as well, including trail running. To help their customers become better trail runners, Peak Performance has started a teaching programm. With the advice and tips from André Jonsson, trail runner from Storlien, Sweden, the Peak Performance trail running school will help you become better on the trails. At the moment of publishing this post, the series contain 3 video’s for you to watch and learn from. You can watch episode 2 here and 3 here.