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Review: Noxgear Tracer 360

By Graeme Sapseed on in Gear
We take a look at a next level bit of high-vis running gear...

This new innovation to nighttime running safety arrived at RW towards the end of winter last year and initially we were split as to how well it would perform. This gismo is worn over the top of running gear on either shoulder like a mini backpack. The back unit and ... 

Advertising promotion: The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 15

By Katie Hiscock on in Gear

New kid on the block for November is the Brooks Adrenaline GTS 15, the Spring 2015 edition of Brooks' best-selling shoe. Brooks calls the GTS its ‘Go to Shoe’, and it’s a shoe that has won the hearts and soles of many a runner over the years. This time around, the ... 

Review: Beyond Yoga

By Annie Rice on in Gear
The latest online store for fashion lovers is here.

Fashion and fitness have collided more than ever in recent years. It’s finally cool to rock up at brunch in your running kit and you don’t have to wear black lycra and baggy T shirts to go to the gym. Beyond Yoga is an American Brand that is about to ... 

Preview: Aldi running gear

By Annie Rice, Ben Hobson & Kerry Mccarthy on in Gear
Ahead of the latest Aldi kit launch, we run through their budget running offerings

Running kit can be very expensive. A lot of research and design work goes into the key developments that major brands put out each season and if you want to enjoy these innovations, then you have to pay for them.  However, it can be argued that running kit is just running ... 

Gear preview: Epson Runsense GPS watch

By News on in Gear
We preview the brand new GPS watches to hit the running market.

Epson have broken into the running market with the launch of a brand new watch range. Runsense is a range of GPS sports watches with up to 30 hours of battery life.  The range also has a smart stride sensor for Runsense that measures stride length and pitch while also learning an ... 

Apple releases Smartwatch

By News on in Gear
Apple watch has a number of fitness features.

Apple has unveiled its long-awaited addition into the smartwatch market, Apple Watch, at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California. "Because you wear it, we invented new intimate ways to connect and communicate directly from your wrist and it works seamless with iPhone," Apple CEO Tim Cook said of the company's first ... 

Gear: Garmin Fēnix 2 - First Look

By Ben Hobson on in Gear
Garmin reveal the fēnix 2, their benchmark watch for those who love the great outdoors

A firm favourite with trail and ultra runners, the Garmin Fēnix gets an update and it seems that the advances made with the Forerunner 620 have been incorporated with this seemingly all-singing-all-dancing watch.  The original fēnix that we tested was and still is a firm favourite at RW, so the ...  Continue ... 

Gear: LumbaCurve review

By Samantha Peliza on in Gear
We put this back pain reliving tool to the test.

I recently suffered with an acute lower lumber injury. It started to creep in to my life slowly over the course of a couple of long, stressful months in the office (the joys of working for fitness mags!) where I found myself sitting at a desk for long stretches of ... 

First look: Polar Loop Activity Tracker

By on in Gear
The latest activity tracker to hit the market comes from Polar.

Polar are the latest brand to launch an activity monitor. We’ll be providing a full review in an upcoming issue of the magazine but here’s a preview of what to expect. With the appearance very close to certain other activity bands on the market, it’s a simple design that you ... 

10 Years of Inov-8 - The Story so far

By on in Gear
Founder of Inov-8, Wayne Edy explains the brand journey so far

As the Inov-8 brand celebrates its tenth year making running shoes and apparel, founder Wayne Edy explains how he first came up with the idea for the brand and how that idea became a reality. Continue reading

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