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Winter running shirt for your Torso

Running in the winter can be challenging as you have to stay warm, visible and dry. While your head is the place where you lose the maximum heat, your torso is where all the vital functions of your body happen and so it is one of the most vital parts of your body to get it right while dressing before a run in the winter. 238 more words


What Run Oregon is Wearing: Long-sleeve tees from Montane and Tracksmith

Joe: Having gotten a chance to wear test two jackets from Montane , and really liking both, I was excited to try out a long-sleeved tech running shirt from the same English outdoor apparel company. 1,030 more words

Running Apparel

What Run Oregon is Wearing: Dynafit Alpine Seamless s/s Tee

Us bloggers are a close-knit group, with several long running inside jokes, some of them even appropriate to share via our posts. One of them refers to my avoidance to running in tops whenever the temperature climbs above 50 degrees. 463 more words

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Running Stuff from a Yoga Store? lululemon Product Review

That was my initial thought.  Back in 2005 or 2006 (if I recall the timeframe correctly), I’d heard of lululemon athletica and checked out some of their clothing when shopping for gifts, specifically, fitness clothing for my wife, Alba.  2,281 more words

Product Reviews

Buy Stylish Skating Jacket Online from "ES Performance & Outdoor"

The newest in fitness tops is the “compression shirt”. Compression outfits are form-fitting underwear used by sportsmen. They are often made from a spandex-type material, similar to riding a bike outfits. 237 more words

What Run Oregon is Wearing: Rabbit Speed Sleeves (DISCOUNT AND GEAR GIVEAWAY!)

The first thing that “jumps out” at me about Rabbit apparel is the asymmetrical designs. I appreciated that about the short-sleeved shirt and shorts I reviewed several months ago for Run Oregon, and I like the unique one-sleeve-only band of lighter fabric on the Speed Sleeves long-sleeved shirt too. 399 more words

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Kickstarter of the Week: ActiCool

Product: ActiCool
Location: Montreal, Canada
End Date: October 27, 2016
Pledge Goal: $5,480 ($3,766 goal) WILL BE FUNDED
Current Pledges: $29

Whether it’s caused by a high heat work environment, induced by vigorous exercise, or simply due to brutally hot weather conditions, we’ve all experienced the effects heat stress.

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