Montane Unisex Podium Pull On Waterproof Jacket – Reviewed

The original apple brand No, Montane have never produced aesthetically pleasing electronic devices the have the ability consume your attention in away few things can come close to. What I mean is physical apples, pink ladies, braburns, galas…. the brand from the North of England have long been using apples to compare sizes of products…

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Rab Phantom Pull-On Waterproof Jacket – Reviewed

The pursuit of reducing weight has long been at the forefront of trail running kit design. The goal of leaving the unnecessary in the comfort of your home, while you explore endless singletrack and fell, uninhibited by the clothing you wear is a thought many of us will have during our time spent running. Rab…

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inov-8 give the TERRAULTRA G 270 a Scandi flick & my first running impressions

After reporting about the launch inov-8‘s new TERRAULTRA G 270, followed shortly by Damian Hall’s record breaking Pennine Way FKT, the graphene blended soles have been getting a lot of traction in the media and on trails across the world. But, as with as things Graphene soled, inov-8’s choice of colours can be a little…

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Jo Meek to take on Nigel Jenkins Dartmoor Round FKT

FKT’s or Fastest Known Times have taken over the UK ultra running community these past few months. With Centurion Running hosting the first major UK based ultra event in the past few months last weekend, is there some sort of normality, based on our habits and knowledge from 2019 starting to come back? One thing…

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inov-8 update their green ultra endurance mile munching machine – the TERRAULTRA G 270

It’s been a quiet summer on the whole for new product launches. Yes they have happened and/or will have occurred, however, with much attention focused on what we can’t do and the limitations that has put on our ability to enter the mountains and trail networks, things may have gone under our radars. But not…

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Centurion Running – ONE Community – 100 Mile Week – Why?

Today kicked off Centurion Running’s One Community week. From 5km up to and including 100 mile options, to be run at anytime throughout the coming 7 days, spaced out or all at once. You decide. *If you’ve missed this and still want to take part – click here* Some people have already run 50km, others…

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A smile can hide a lot – Mental Health Awareness Week

It’s all too easy to hide behind a smile All too easy to take someone else’s at face value, dismissing gut instincts or choosing to side with their down playing of the situation. This week hasn’t been easy I posted on Monday that it is currently Mental Health Awareness Week, a timely reminder, highlighting our…

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Desert Ultra | The Documentary Premieres Tonight – Friday 24th April

On Friday evening at 18:30, Desert Ultra the Documentary will be released live on YouTube. Much like the weather we have had for the past few weeks of lock down, be prepared to be transported to where heat and endless cloudless sky is dominant. This trail running documentary follows a multi-national group of runners (including…

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Ultimate Direction Halo Vest – Reviewed

My first Ultimate Direction pack on test. It took a while to organise this and it’s taken a while since I received the Halo early last year to give my opinion, but I’m stoked to give you both today. UD (Ultimate Direction) in my opinion, have been at the forefront of the arms race with…

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Salomon Agile 2 – Reviewed

If you’re after the bare essentials, Salomon’s Agile 2 could be all you need. We’ve been lead to believe that more features for less cash equals value. From cars to phones, multi tools to shoes, its the bells and whistles that provide perceived value, a reference point against their competition. Well, over time we learn…

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