Inov8 TrailFly Ultra G 300 Max ($190 / €195 / £170) It’s been one month since I first unboxed my Inov8 Trailfly Ultra G 300 Max trail shoes. In this post, I’m going to do as thorough and honest a review as possible based on my experiences so far. Some caveats I have not yet… Continue reading Gear review: Inov8 Trailfly Ultra G300 Max
Mammut Magic GTX review, perfect first mountaineering boot
Mountaineering boots are probably where you should spend most of your shopping time, and budget, when starting into the discipline. Plenty of choice for you to look at but above all, to try. I would not recommend buying your first pair online. You need to really try them on, from as many different brands as… Continue reading Mammut Magic GTX review, perfect first mountaineering boot
Merrell Trail Glove 2 review, the benchmark shoe just got better
The Trail Glove 2 from Merrell is a minimalist shoe for trail running. It is also, as the name suggests, the second iteration of a model that was well received by the industry.
Inov-8 Race Ultra 270 review
Late January was announced the Race Ultra 270 from british gear manufacturer Inov-8. We had the chance to get a pair to review and after 2 months of testing here is what Marie thinks about the shoe.
Shoe Review: Merrell All Out Terra Trail, trail runners with aggressive grip
Right from the first time I saw the Merrell All Out Terra Trail I wanted to try them out. There is something very appealing about their uncompromised rugged design. Just looking at the lugs made me want to jump on a trail and start running. I only run a few times a month but exclusively… Continue reading Shoe Review: Merrell All Out Terra Trail, trail runners with aggressive grip
Salewa Wildfire review, approach in style and comfort
German outdoor specialist Salewa updated its range of approach shoes with the Wildfire. Marketed as lightweight blister-free guaranteed approach shoes, we were eager to have a look for ourselves.
Mammut Redburn Pro review, sturdy and comfortable approach shoes
The Redburn Pro is the third and latest of Mammut’s Redburn approach shoe series. The EVA midsole has been replaced by a Poro wedge, and together with a sticky rubber compound, it makes the shoe stiffer and grippier than its siblings.
Scarpa Crux Approach Shoe Review
The Scarpa Crux is the latest approach shoe from the renowned Italian manufacturer, and has clearly been designed to appeal to the avid climber.
Review: SmartWool PhD socks
We know how to dress our body with layers of clever fabrics but let’s not forget what part of us is in contact with the ground: our feet.
Vibram FiveFingers Spyridon review
Earlier this year, Vibram released what they call their first trail running specific shoe. The Spyridon and Spyridon LS are minimalist running shoes with toes but unlike most other FiveFingers, they have teeth.
Inov-8 Trailroc 245 review, minimalist trailrunning shoes
The Trailroc 245 review was done after a few months of testing in various conditions. Inov-8 have been known for some time now to provide great footwear for trail running and hiking. They focus on minimalist shoes and promote natural running and biomechanics. Their products tend to be lightweight, simple and functional, keeping you foot… Continue reading Inov-8 Trailroc 245 review, minimalist trailrunning shoes
Review: Vibram FiveFingers TrekSport
The barefoot and minimalist running trend has brought some really interesting products in the past few years. The well known Vibram FiveFingers, regarded as very good barefoot training shoes, have been declined in many variations from the original model. Today we are looking at one of the latest addition to the range: the KSO TrekSport.