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Newton Motion Stability Performance Trainer–Initial Review

Absolutely make you faster, especially if you're a heel striker. Long learning curve, though, and don't push yourself too far too fast.

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Petzl Tikka Headlamp-Review

Long battery life, looks as good as a headlamp can.

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Saucony ProGrid Guide TR2–Review

Comfortable with durable soles, but the uppers wear and break pretty easily

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RUEZ Performance Underwear Review-Slightly NSFW

Great idea and good execution. Some chafing is possible from the seams, but the physical separation really works.

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Nathan Quickdraw Plus-Review

Good. lightweight bottle carrier, some issues with slippage when wet, but overall a good value

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KnuckleLights Running Lights-Review

Interesting solution to night time running. Comfortable for most, but occupies your hands.

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SPIbelt Energy Belt Water Resistant-Review

Great belt that offers a lot of extras over a standard gel belt. Some gels might fall out of the loops.

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Ryders Eyewear HEX Sunglasses-Review

Ryders Eyeware HEX Cycling Glasses

Inexpensive, polarized lenses. Non adjustable, but a good value at a low price.

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Lady Isaac Neutral Guidance Trainer–Mid-Term Review

Lady Isaac Neutral Guidance Trainer Review

Good fit, comfortable toe box, good breathability. Requires adjusting your running style, start slow and don't overdo it.

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Nathan Endurance Race Vest-Initial Review

Just before our Palmetto 200 run, we received a few water packs to test.  Our first, received from Hydrapak, is review here.  The second of our packs is the Endurance Race Vest from Nathan Sports.  A special thanks to Nathan ...

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