Gore Women's Air 2.0 AS Lady Vest (£100)Kerry says: One hundred English pounds may seem like a lot of money for a sleeveless jacket but for top-of-the-range clobber, Gore are a brand that deliver value for money. Suitable for cold summer days (and
Salomon Women's Trail III ¾ Tights (£40)Kerry says: These ¾ length tights will carry you from a rainy summer into autumn thanks to their expert body temperature-regulating technology.A great investment to make in the summer, the tights' 50+ UV protection will ensure you stay sunb...
Tune Belt iPod Open View Armband Carrier (£17)Kerry says: Whether you have a first generation iPod or a brand new iPod touch, this armband will tote them all. The clear cover will protect your player while allowing you to click buttons or even
When the season is over, take a good look at the gear that has served you so well and decide what needs to be revamped, revived or recycled. Staff at The Tri Store in Eastbourne (thetristore.com) offer these tips.
’ve enlisted the advice of some top kit experts to give you the definitive answer to your queries in our Q+A guide to keeping your gear running.SHOESQ: How can I tell when it’s time to replace my shoes?A: It’s tough – your favourite pair of shoes might feel
P20 Once A Day (£18.45 for 200ml from chemistdirect.co.uk). If you have fair skin or a family history of melanoma, consider sun protective clothing and avoid midday runs. You should also have a coffee before you go, advise dermatologists from
or runners using heart rate training to lose weight. It's also ideal for people who are simply curious about training using heart rate.Contact 02392 257388; www.cardiosport.comSplash out on the…Polar S610IPrice £180What is it? One of the best top
at the smallest of local 10K races to find competitors clad in similarly unforgiving second skins. But with the world of compression gear awash with semi-scientific and often perplexing phrases such as 'delayed onset muscle soreness', 'high-gauge knit structure
It's the time of year when you take to the open water. You know you need a wetsuit, but have you considered a change of goggles? The small, clear goggles you've been using in the pool won't stand up to the demands of the open water.When it comes to swimming in the outdoors, you c...
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