Shoes are a very personal thing but these are the best ultramarathon trail shoes for me, I’m on my 3rd pair 🙂 …….. full review coming soon
After a long run or race a pair of recovery flip flops are a must. These feel like you’re floating on air! …….. full review coming soon
Blister happen and they suck. Luckily my feet have toughened up to the point where they’re a rarity. Taping my feet up with Rock Tape is the best ultra marathon blister prevention tip I know …. full review coming soon
Coming from a road running background I still enjoy hitting the tarmac every now and then (no need to watch your footing and a much lower chance of getting lost!). These Brooks Ghost Running shoes are a perfect partner to my Cascadia trail shoes …….. full review coming soon
I’m not sure any of my socks have reached 1000 miles yet – I don’t log miles like I do with my shoes 🙂 but these are seriously comfortable and the best running socks for me. Comfortable, padded and high ankled (to stop dirt sneaking in) …….. full review coming soon
Perhaps not quite as comfortable as the Salomon recovery flip flops, these are still very comfortable. Mine have taken years of beach trips, walks and general use all in their stride…….. full review coming soon
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