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.
We like caps. In all shapes and sizes. But in particular mesh caps for their comfort and breathability. And if the cap comes with a message we are more than familiar with, we are sold.
The Leikr is a multisport training platform. The wide screen displays workout stats and navigation via Open Street Map. It syncs to the Endomondo training community, is water-resistant, and downloads maps wirelessly.
The Air Attack is Giro’s ending to the compromise of having the three attributes of Aero, Cool and Light in one helmet. With a compact, versatile design that creates less aerodynamic drag than their best road helmets, and a patent pending approach to ventilation that provides better cooling power than their best aero helmets, the Air Attack redefines performance. By reducing drag and helping to maintain your optimal temperature, it can enhance your body’s efficiency, in effect giving you a boost of free speed. The Air Attack is available from Spring 2013.