What gear would you pick for 8 days and 200 miles of obstacle course racing? Read more to see Evan Perperis' picks!
Gear-testing is one thing - but being fully immersed in a product line for a full year is another story altogether. Brett highlights many of the products from Inov8 that he wore throughout the year including OCRWC, NorAm, and #5keveryday.
Ultra-OCR Man is a hell of a ride and a read from start to finish, best consumed by current OCR athletes, but is relatable to anyone looking for an inspiring human interest read.
At 370 grams (13 oz) the ROCLITE G 370 isn't much heavier than some stability running shoes I've run in over the years, and they are significantly lighter than a few pair of hoops hi-tops I have in my closet. The performance of these all-mountain shoes are worth every little gram. For the life of me, I can't figure out how a pair of shoes could be more suited for the duties of race director than these. Period.
I've been running in several different ViewSPORT tops over the last few years and have found both the tees and tanks comfortable, breathable, and lightweight for any activity. Aside from the "woah, check out that shirt" I've heard at the gym or on a run, ViewSPORT tops are already at the top of my list for a great workout shirt.
Tailwind Nutrition is a dietary supplement designed by endurance athletes for endurance athletes. The powder is a glucose/sucrose blend with added electrolytes designed to be easily dissolvable in water, but is it really enough to get through an Ultra OCR?
OCR Athletes log a ton of road miles, so we continue to review hot new models to add to your rotation. This month we feature Salming's newest all-around road shoe, The Greyhound