I've tested the Brooks Catamount on fast trail races, long multi-day hikes and even an FKT and I cannot put into words how much these shoes have surprised me. 150 miles later and I think these might be the best trail shoes I've ever laced up. Disclaimer time; while I was part of the Brooks … Continue reading THE BROOKS CATAMOUNT: 150 MILES LATER
When I first started trail running I was told by a friend who had been ultramarathon running for years that trail running was for those who wanted to get away from the world and back to basics; away from big city marathons and the hustle of everyday life. "You blend into the trails and your … Continue reading Brooks Catamount: Too Much Marketing?
Back in April I brought the Brooks Divide with the aim of them becoming my go to trail shoe. Not just for running the trails but also for long hikes replacing the Brooks Cascadia which I had used all over the world. At the time of my first impressions review on this shoe I called it … Continue reading The Brooks Divide: 150 Miles Later
I get that warm fuzzy feeling of nostalgia when it comes to the Brooks Glycerin. It is a well earned love that goes all the way back to the very start of my running life. When I first started running back in late 2015 I ran in a pair of old trainers. They lasted me … Continue reading Glycerin 18: Nostalgia in a Name
I’m not that runner. I’m not that guy in the adverts you see gliding effortlessly down a Manhattan street, perfect complexion and not a sweat stain in sight. I’m the regular runner. I’m the guy you see running like a sloth through peanut butter down a country lane or hobbling near the end of a … Continue reading I’m not that Runner