Nathan Speed 2 Belt

On recommendations from several people I decided to try the Nathan Speed 2 belt. Previous hydration belts I tried had uniformly failed to impress me, with dubious build quality, uncomfortable fitting, and a propensity to lose grip on the water bottle and fling it into the undergrowth at the least opportune times. The Nathan Belt comprises a back pocket, tiny front pocket and holders for two smallish ( 10oz / 300ml ) water bottles (supplied) on a nice wide belt. The belt fastens with a ...
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“Ashmei Socks” By Bosh member Rob Gaddie

Hope I am not too late but I thought I would offer up a wee bit of running advice what with all these spring marathons looming large. I rarely wang on about running gear as I have a mixed bag of brands and items, but I have to say you need the following in your life and in your cupboard. Socks in a word. Never seen and certainly not a fashion statement but come on people you need to swathe those feet in something nice and luxurious and they will look after you what ever your distance. I a...
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The New Mizuno EVO minimal range

Since my transition to midfoot form / minimal trainers and my recent run of form. It was only a matter of time until a succumb to the lure of a pair of Racers. So, with that in mind, I have decided to try the new Mizuno EVO range. There are two trainers in the range :- Wave EVO Levitas a mere 8mm sole 0mm drop and 200grams – AKA my new racing shoes Wave EVO Cursoris a thicker 12mm sole 0mm with slightly more cushion– AKA my training shoe. Last night I tried the Cursoris on an 8.5 mil...
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Salomon Advanced Skin S-Lab Hydration Pack – Review by Scott Goodwin

The Salomon Advanced Skin S-Lab Hydration Pack just might be the coolest piece of gear I own! I used handhelds, bumbags, belts but non are for me. So hydration pack was the only avenue left to explore or continue my long runs by ensuring I pass outside taps! I began extensive researching, and soon discovered Salomon‘s latest hydration pack, the Advanced Skin S-Lab. Of all the products I compared, it was by far the most expensive. It retails for £125 and I was reluctant to make the purchase, ...
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