pairs of plain white cotton socks. But socks arent just there to keep your feet warm
The HILLY Clothing Company, one of the leading suppliers of technical running socks, has a unique range of products that are specially made for long-distance running
Hilly Twin Skin Unisex Socklet (£10.25)Kerry says: Don't let blisters get in the way of your next PB. As frustrating as they are common, blisters can be painful enough to impede even the most focused of runners.Caused by a combination of friction
Q. I live in London and am training for an Ironman-distance race in the French Alps. It's going to be hilly. Is there any way I can prepare for the climbs? If you're living in the city and don't have easy access to climbs, I'd recommend two
an extra from the Name Of The Rose, the Scub is best suited to running in extreme chill.Contact 0800 833 357Hilly X-Static Hat – £13Apart from keeping your head warm, a good hat should hold your ears in its comforting grasp. In the cold, the ears
, but the ergonomic fit really does feel better than socks of old, and many companies have followed suit. The RU4 is a light, thin and highly breathable sock.Contact www.falke.com; 01539 725 817Hilly Mono Skin Moisture Management £9If you suffer from smelly feet
marathon but it's also a feat worth tackling for its own sake. With a buffet feast awaiting runners at the finish and a bargain price tag, the only complaints will be from tired legs. Enter online now.Hogweed Hilly Half VII(South Gloucestershire, March 20
running.Contact 0116 234 4646; www.bridgedale.comHilly Mono Skin Off Road £5.99 Fibre content 48% wool, 48% nylon, 4% LycraThey say Hilly socks are designed by the running legend Ron Hill, who also has a PhD in textile chemistry. The Off Road sock
. How It Rated Comfort 8 Waterproof 4 Windproof 6 Breathability 6 Extras 6 TOTAL 30 Hilly Running, £30 Contact www.hillyclothing.co.uk This performed adequately in all categories but doesn’t really have one particular area of strength
Jostling for space as the runners get goingYou’d have to run laps around the Queen’s bedroom to get an event more regal than 25th Windsor Half Marathon. With Lord Seb Coe firing the starting pistol, Windsor Castle rarely out of sight and a route dotted by right royal horse manure...
Flying start? Ashley and Gavo are nowhere to be seen...With three races all on the same day in Kent, it was hard to choose which one to do.The Tunbridge Wells Half-Marathon paid off nicely. I travelled down with Howard and Pathfinder, friends from the RW forums, and it was great...
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