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.
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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
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No matter how quick you move, you can’t outrace the sun. Omni-Freeze® ZERO will keep you cool, dry and protected outside. http://bit.ly/16MFtiF