Jessica Rogers and her team make some of our favorite trail-running gear

Grip and support on any dirt, at any distance

Score the best running apparel and equipment we’ve reviewed at REI’s biggest sale of the year…

Our team of six testers covered over 1,000 miles to determine the best hydration packs

You can still get outside and go for a long, isolated jog. Here's how to layer right.

Dad knees and an aging body changed my mind about Hokas

The outlandish-looking trail model is designed to enhance stability. Here's how it stacks up.

From wind-resistant undies to traction devices, build a kit to brave the cold this season

Sponsor Content: Under Armour

Thanks to an integrated microchip, Under Armour’s new HOVR smart shoes allow you to track your stats—without carrying another device

What you need to treat blisters—and prevent them from happening in the first place

Spry and responsive foul-weather trainers for road and trail

Don’t let winter cold banish you to the treadmill

Don’t let winter cold banish you to the treadmill

Everyone can find a pair that fits perfectly, whether you prefer compression, roomy cuts, full coverage, or a barely there fit

We tested three new kicks that incorporate the controversial feature

A pair of presentations explore the biomechanics of the controversial shoe, and whether it wards off marathon-induced muscle damage

Get your liquids on the go, without breaking the bank…

We sat through the 20-minute molding process, then took them out on dirt to see how they performed

Always wanting more pockets? Try Rabbit’s Dirt Pounders shorts, which have seven of them for anything else you need to carry.

Whether you're on burly mountain ridges or buffed singletrack, these kicks have you covered

These shades offer premium protection and security while you’re pounding the trail.

We love Oiselle's Lux Funnel Neck Shirt for running, climbing, and heading to and from the gym

Seven supremely capable shoes for the pavement

Heavy has gone the way of the dinosaur

Buffs and bandanas aren’t exactly essential running gear for most people, but they’re handy workhorses that mop sweat, keep hair back, and perform a dozen other functions in a pinch

Performance and comfort, mile after mile

A practical guide for purchasing your next pair of trainers

A blind runner finished a half marathon for the first time using only guidance from a dog thanks in large part to the Ruffwear Unifly—the biggest development in guide-dog harnesses since they were invented nine decades ago

The Nathan VaporHowe 12L vest is simple and lightweight, and features a 1.8-liter hydration bladder that doesn't slosh around on your back

Our top picks for all conditions, from dry or slushy roads to technical or muddy singletrack

Six models that’ll keep you happy on the trail…

These babies keep you warm, block wind, and shout from the depths of your closet, “Let’s go already!”

This road-running shoe is broken up into zones corresponding to each major foot joint, for targeted support that doesn't add weight or bulk

Whatever you want—more support, a quicker turnover, or built-in data tracking—these runners have it

Spring is just around the corner, but it will be a while before it’s completely light on your postwork run. Stay safe with these inexpensive reflective hits.

Sponsor Content: ADIDAS TERREX

Through a partnership with Parley for the Oceans, adidas is turning plastic collected from coastal areas and recycling it into shoes and apparel

Weighing less than two ounces, the Bindi is perfect for anyone who wants an ultralight solution for pre-dawn or post-sundown winter runs.

Artist Emma Stibbon found inspiration from an Ecuadorian glacier when she set about designing Adidas Terrex's latest shoe. 

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