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Running underwear: Women's pants

By Kerry McCarthy on in Gear
Avoid the curse of the migrating knickers with these running pants.

Pure Lime Hipster £12 Really soft and gossamer light, it’s easy to forget you’re wearing these, especially as they’re seamless, which cuts down on a little weight and a lot of irritation. They’re very stretchy and the sizing comes up big (Pure Lime say the small is equivalent to a size 10-12) ... 

Running underwear: Men's pants

By Kerry McCarthy on in Gear
Take care of the crown jewels with the best running boxers on the market.

Odlo Evolution Long Pants £55 These could come in very handy during an icy snap. Essentially long johns, they are thin enough to be worn under standard running tights (or shorts if you think you can pull the look off) but are thermal, wicking, fast-drying and ergonomically designed to move with your ... 

Running underwear: Socks

By Kerry McCarthy on in Gear
Keep your feet happy on the run with these top socks.

Wigwam Trail Trax Pro £14 There are four different materials in this sock: merino wool, spandex, polyester and nylon – and the result is a soft, cushioned, reassuringly thick feel on your foot. They’re also very quick-drying if you splash through any puddles, are highly breathable and don’t sag or bobble after ... 

Gear pick of the week: Every Second Counts Speed leggings

By Georgia Scarr on in Gear
We're picking up the pace in these stylish, sleek leggings.

British sportswear brand Every Second Counts launched in 2014 and they’re already making a name for themselves as one of the best sources to go to for stylish, functional fitness gear. Their women’s Speed leggings are the perfect example of this. The moisture-wicking fabric keeps you comfortably dry during long ...  ... 

adidas launch new women-specific running shoe

By Georgia Scarr on in Gear
The PureBOOST X has been developed based on extensive research into women’s feet as they run.

adidas announced the launch of their high performance, high fashion women’s running shoe today (28th January 2016). The PureBOOST X has been developed as a result of years of research into women’s feet and shoe preferences. “Women’s shoes are typically adaptations of men’s designs. We started from the beginning knowing we ... 

Gear pick of the week: TORQ Chews

By on in Gear
We're getting thoroughly energised with this week's gear pick.

If you’re not a fan of sugary gels, these new organic Chew bars from TORQ are a fantastic way to fuel on the run. Made from just dried fruit, agave syrup and maltodextrin, TORQ Chews offer a brilliant wholefood alternative to other highly processed fuelling products. While the chewiness of the ... 

Running Tech Round up - Jan 2016

By Ben Hobson on in Gear
Some of the latest new running products hitting the market soon

January is always a hot time fornew product launches as brands release the latest tech they've been squirrelling over for the past few months and 2016 has been no different.Here's a quick round up of new gadgets, shoes and clobber that has grabbed our attention and will be testing in ... 

How to take the perfect running selfie

By Rhalou Allerhand on in Gear
A few simple tweaks can turn your running snaps into enviable selfies to share with your friends.

Lighting is key Get the lighting right, and you are 90 per cent of the way towards achieving your perfect running selfie. 'Ideally you want natural daylight, but if it is too sunny then head for a shady area,' says photographer Claire Pepper. 'Always have the light source in front of ... 

Winter running gear guide: Accessories

By Kerry McCarthy on in Gear
Light up your winter runs with these essential cold weather accessories.

Excellent value for money: a silicon palm for grip; high-vis, stowable mitt for bad weather; and a handy pocket for small items. £29.99, Madison Continue reading

Winter running gear guide: Men's base layers & long-sleeved tops

By Kerry McCarthy on in Gear
Insulate before you perspirate with long sleeves and insulated base layers this winter.

The merino wool used to make this will keep you warm without making you overheat, and it’s naturally antibacterial, too. £55, Jack Wolfskin Continue reading

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