We love to run— muddy trails, wet roads. It doesn’t matter just give us time to kick.
That’s why we’re almost always bummed with the covers of most running magazines. They don’t really capture the true experience of running. You know the images of which we speak. The photo of that perfect runner, frozen mid-stride, smiling gleefully at the camera, with not a drop of visible sweat, not a hair out of place, not a single crease or spec of dirt to distract from the glimmering newness of their apparel and shoes? No one really looks like that while they’re running. Although we all like to believe we do.
Other than the clothes on your back, all the gear you really need is a good pair of shoes. With trail running, the same logic applies. But there are a few additional items that can make tearing into your local wilderness on your own two feet a lot more enjoyable. Here are the refreshingly simple basics.
Where do you find yourself when it’s time to explore the great outdoors? http://bit.ly/1gXmWFO
You’ll definitely want to stay hydrated when you’re climbing to the top. http://bit.ly/1eatcNj
Mountain goats would wear the Triteca II softshell jacket if they could. Then again, if they could they’d be unstoppable. http://bit.ly/1eatcNj
With rain comes mud. But mud doesn’t need to mean wet socks. Splash around in style and comfort with the Conspiracy™ OutDry Shoes. http://bit.ly/13oOiBA
As summer turns to fall, it’s time to take a step in a new direction. Which step will you take? http://bit.ly/17IDaPM