As outdoor-enthusiasts, athletes, and adventurers, we’re pretty big fans of Earth. April 22nd, 2022 marks the 52nd anniversary of Earth Day, a day where we celebrate the Earth and take steps to make positive impacts on our planet. Here are 7 ways you can get active this Earth Day.
If you take a look around your local gym, you’ll see them - a sea of plain white or black socks, probably calf height, rising out of the tennis shoes of gym-goers both male and female. We have nothing against neutral-colored socks, but we’d like to make a case for sporting bright colors and designs on your next visit to the gym or trailhead.
These days, shoppers are inundated with thousands of sock options, especially when looking at socks for endurance or outdoor activities. How does one narrow down the endless list of alternatives without getting weighed down in the technical jargon? We selected six main areas to focus on when choosing a new pair of performance socks.
Trail running can be some of the most rewarding and challenging experiences that take you places you might not be able to go otherwise. As these adventures take you into remote areas, proper planning and preparation are crucial.
A well-fitting sock is one less thing you have to worry about. If you experience discomfort, blisters, or unusual wear in your socks, these might be signs that your socks aren’t fitting correctly. Beyond size, there are three areas to check for correct sock fit: heel, toe, and cuff.
Colder weather and brisk mornings don’t have to keep you inside. When the leaves start to fall, you can keep up your outdoor running, cycling or hiking routine - you just might have to make a few simple adjustments. Here are our tips for staying on top of your workouts when the temperatures drop.