choice for those who want a watch to survive more than just some casual road running. It’s not only the exterior that will suit those with adventurous tastes. The fēnix boast a comprehensive navigational toolset that includes an altimeter, barometer
I've ticked most of the 'must-do' boxes in my 20 years of running, from 5Ks to marathons, a multi-day event and even a night run. But I've never raced a mile, attempted cross-country or donned fancy dress. Nor have I run a European city marathon or braved a fell race. "Many of us...
The 54,000-strong crowd of runners at the start of their half-marathon adventure.
next Trailblazer event? Find out more and join the trail adventure!Above: The Trailblazer HQ
Location: Interlaken, Switzerland Photo: Dan PatitucciRunner: Janine PatitucciNestled in the Swiss Alps, Interlaken is famous for offering adventure-seekers countless options to test their mettle, from paragliding to canyoneering. But, just minutes
These hardcore trail shoes are sure to help you tackle the toughest terrains. With uphill and downhill traction suitable for all conditions these little machines are prepared for any outdoor running adventures you're going on.So even on the wettest
Weight 400gEvaluation Salomons shoes are a familiar sight at its two-day adventure races, and at longer raids. They have a strong emphasis on protection, and theyre packed with innovation: the kevlar lacing system designed to tighten the upper
Weight 360gEvaluation Salomon has carved itself a healthy niche in the adventure-racing market with a range of shoes that are wonderfully protective, if a little hefty and rigid for those who just want to run in them. That has changed with its new
Weight 390gEvaluation You probably know about adventure racing by now. Its the off-road run-bike-kayak competition that can take anywhere from six hours to six days non-stop. Some racers wear fast, grippy trail shoes from running brands. Others
it helps to keep you going for hours in the adventure races its designed for. Bad because it doesnt feel as fast as a flimsier shoe would, probably because the rearfoot is moderately firm. But thats the decision you have to make with any shoe (and
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