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February 2017

Review – Ultimate Direction Fastpack 15

Overview: "Under-promise and over-deliver" - the Fastpack 15 actually holds over 20 liters. Large front storage for water, phone, maps, glasses, or food Sliding rail sternum straps Designated no-bounce laptop pocket with cord storage securely inside Secured Volume: 15L / 915 in3 Unsecured Volume: 6L / 366 in3 Total Volume: 21L / 1281 in3 Weight: 17.5 [...]

DynaFit Vertical Pro – Review

Overview: Lightweight competition shoe for the expert trail runner Lightness, traction and feedback. Feline Vertical Pro shoes have been engineered for fast off-trail runs of short- and medium-distance on rough terrain with steep gradients, mud and rock. Suitable for technical trail. Use for training and racing Low drop – 4 mm Standard fit Moderate cushion [...]

Five years running away from tradition.

When we opened our doors on February 9th, 2012 we knew we were charting new ground for run specialty stores. There was no template on building a successful running store without dealing with the big name shoe companies. Nike, New Balance, Saucony, Brooks and Asics all stayed away because [...]

January 2017

Review – On Running CloudFlow

Overview: The CloudFlow utilizes 18 Clouds in their patented Cloudtec midsole to provide a smooth run. The midsole is enhanced with a Speedboard which boosts the performance of this trainer. Seamless adaptive mesh upper offers a luxurious yet confident fit. Use for training and racing Mid drop – 6 mm Standard fit Moderate cushion – 22 mm Weight – [...]

Review – On Running CloudRacer

Overview: The On Running Cloudracer is a fast with performance and comfort combined. The running shoe of champions is low profile for speed while also keeping you fresh with 18 CloudTec® cushioning elements and a responsive Speedboard – ideal for fast training runs and competitions. Suitable for road Use for form and racing Low drop [...]

Screw your shoes. Vancouver Courier article

Vancouver runner screws it to the ice and so can you Sheet metal screws are inexpensive and effective, but not every runner should be out on the slippery streets MEGAN STEWART  / VANCOUVER COURIER PreviousNext Dave Cressman, a runner and owner of Distance Runwear, has two pairs of running shoes with sheet metal screws [...]