Running to work is hard, especially when you have to contend with cold weather, poor visibility, and icy roads. On those days, your gear matters.
The founders at 7Mesh want to make better cycling clothing. The new brand, based out of Squamish, B.C., launched earlier this fall with an eye toward building high-performance, technical apparel to...
When you run long miles in tough terrain you don't want to have to worry about your shorts chafing or your technical T riding up. That's why it's so important to find apparel that works and stick...
Up to now, Rambouillet sheep raised in the Rocky Mountain West have been the stars of the American-made wool movement. But softer, warmer bison down is poised to take over.
With marathon season coming to an end, now is the time to focus on recovery. These five items will help you self-massage, ice down, stretch out—and work your way back to mint condition by ski season.
Celebrate Running Safety Month with this high-visibility gear.
The Zap Jacket isn’t a replacement for a light. But if I forget my blinkers (or neglect to charge them), I know that the jacket, which I’m not likely to leave at home given the cooler temps, will...
The best new kicks of the season.
A good midlayer is often overlooked in favor of a sturdy waterproof shell or moisture-wicking base layer. While the latter are certainly important, it's hard to overestimate the importance of a warm yet breathable midlayer.
If you become dehydrated during a hot summer run, you're already toast. The key: Avoid this state in the first place.
Though the Swiss-engineered shoe sports a thin, almost minimalist mid-sole, the rubber pads compress on each impact, so it takes almost all the sting out of the road while still feeling fast and low...
There are few debates more polarized in the running world than the one between maximalists and minimalists.
Dominate the water, road, and track with the help of a well-edited gear arsenal.
Like the sport’s competitors, good OCR shoes must be tough, versatile, and able to withstand everything sadistic race organizers throw at them. They also better feel good on your feet.
From superfat to ultrathin, these are the best new sun-season road runners.