Aqua Sphere K180, £19.99Joe says: The latest goggles from swim innovators Aqua Sphere are designed to make your swim more streamlined and therefore speedier. How? Thanks to the amazing hydrodynamics, of course. The K180s are the first ever small-socket goggles to combine asymmetr...
Zoggs Tri Vision, £20Katherine says: While noticeably larger than other goggles in the Zoggs range, the new Tri Vision mask offers superbly clear 180-degree vision thanks to its curved lens technology. The soft frame sits wide on the face for a comfortable fit and little risk of ...
ASICS Gel Nimbus 13 (£115)Kerry says: Have you been told you have a medium arch, normal foot and average gait... in short, that nothing that stands out about your feet?! If so, the ASICS Gel Nimbus 13 may be your perfect running shoe.A wide platform with plenty of support makes i...
Lake TX212 Cycling Shoes (£89.99)Cedric says: These are the new entry-level triathlon shoe from the respected Dutch company who specialise in natural leather cycling shoes. Though they are designed for triathletes, they will please regular cyclists too, especially when comfort is...
Nike MAX Transitions, £195James says: Now the weather has picked up, it's time to think about your summer eyewear. When you do, consider the new Nike MAX Transitions. Just like your favourite tee, these sunnies are the crucial piece of kit to make
and calf sleeves are also available and start at £55 for the calf sleeves.Pick up a pair now from the Runner’s World store.
ClearEars, £5.19Katherine says: Over the years swimmers have found unique ways to clear their waterlogged ears. However, some of us have had no choice but to tolerate the deafening sensation whilst water dislodges itself naturally. ClearEars is a revolutionary product designed to...
, powered it up and started training. And in two weeks of regular use it hasn’t given me a single problem.The first thing you notice is that it wears its size well – it’s thinner than the 310XT and, while the face is big enough to be easily read on the move
Do Running Men's Heavy Fleece Pants (£44.99)Kerry says: There's nothing better after a hard session than having the right post-training slouchy clothes to pull on out of the shower. These thick snug pants are the perfect 'recovery' legwear. Baggy enough to wear compression tights...
X-hale Women's Bamboo Tee (£19) Kerry says: This is a tee which is more than the sum of its parts. It solves several issues that many self-conscious female runners have. Firstly, the loose fit, wide hems and slightly flared midriff section means if you have any lumps and bumps th...
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