Monday, April 23, 2018


Amphibia X2 Bag

At first sight, the Amphibia X2 Bag is a large courier-style over-the-shoulder bag. But it has some hidden talents. Amphibia markets the X2 as a ‘transition’ bag, with a detachable internal section (waterproofed) which can be used to transport soggy kit and has a fold out ‘changing mat’ for those that don’t like getting their feet dirty in transition.

SockMine Running & Cycling socks

Socks are often one of the unsung heroes of the running and cycling world; when they do their job right, you don't even notice them (unless you're a devout follower of the Sock Doping religion). SockMine is a British company that not only designs all its wares here, it manufacturers them on-site in Nottinghamshire.

Skechers GORun Strada

One of the recent additions to the growing range of Skechers performance running shoes, the Strada was apparently developed to meet the needs of their elite athletes for a more supportive high-mileage training shoe.

Which Oakleys are best for triathlon?

There’s no shortage of choice when it comes to selecting the right pair of sunglasses for the rigors of triathlon.  Oakley alone makes more than 10 different models (and the rest…!) that could be used.  To help you narrow down the selection, this article looks at the relative merits of four different Oakley models that you’ll likely see at your next race: the Flak Jackets (we’ll also cover the new Flak 2.0 at the same time), Racing Jackets, Jawbreakers and the new Radar EV.

Skechers GORun Ride 4

In a little less than two years, Skechers has introduced no less than three versions of its GORun Ride shoe, moving from the original to the latest mk4 model. While the move from the mk1 to mk2 was largely cosmetic, the changes from mk2 to mk3 were pretty significant (see my earlier review for more information).

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