were created by Runner's World members just like you.So if you want to bring a discussion back to life, don't be shy: just add a new message at the end of it. Alternatively, start a new thread on the gear forum. ELECTRONICS AND SOFTWAREHeart Rate
The British autumn is often a tricky call kit-wise, too wet for T-shirts but still too warm for thick layers. So we took a selection of the best shower-resistant, lightweight jackets out for a test-run. They're not designed to stand up to really
Set aside a running wardrobe Or, if you're squeezed for space, a drawer or shelf. Use it strictly for your running kit. Organise it however you like. The point is, every run or trip to the gym won't turn into a house-wide scavenger hunt as you
the waist pockets keep it comfortable, though it's a little loose for smaller runners. It has a bladder compartment and lots of pockets, and the taped main zip should help keep your kit dry. Contact www.salomonrunning.com
's running to or from the office, or taking your trainers out for a spin at lunchtime. We tested backpacks of all shapes and sizes to find the eight best to lug your life (and kit) around in.TESTING CRITERIA Comfort Did the straps dig in or melt
What’s currently topping your gear wish-list? Shoes? A sports watch? Thermal apparel?Whatever your latest must-have item, this is your chance to get your mitts on some kit for free. We’ve teamed up with Alexandra Sports and every two weeks
Ultimate Direction Speedemon 2300 – £89.99A pack for the runner with a long commute who needs to take lots of gear to work. The Speedemon has a 35-litre capacity – so you could conceivably pack a shock-proof laptop – and also comes with a three
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review: Click the main Gear tab, select Sports Bras (in the Clothing category), then click on the individual product entries to add a review. Or use this shortcut.
Here's a complete list of our Snow+Rock competition winners, along with their fantastic prizes. Spotted your name and want to get your mitts on the gear? Don't email us just yet - we've passed your details on to Snow+Rock and they'll contact you
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