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Employee Spotlight: Juli Looks Back At Boston

Posted on May 2, 2014 in Run Life

The 118th running of the Boston Marathon was one for the books. Not only did it result in an American breaking the tape for the first time since 1985, but it showed the stunning resilience of the running community and the people of Boston. This year, our very own customer service ninja and ultramarathon stud […]

The Results Are In: Tera Rocked Red Rock

Posted on November 27, 2013 in Run Life

Normally we’d hate to toot our own horn, but we totally called this one: Tera rocked Red Rock this past weekend. OK, we may be a little biased, but she absolutely killed it on this 50 mile race! We caught up with her post race and picked her brain on how she felt the race went. Overall, […]

Employee Picks for the Holiday Season

Posted on November 22, 2013 in Running Apparel Running Shoes

Posted by Allie, Friday November 22, 2013 Thanksgiving is next week, Hanukkah starts on Wednesday, and Christmas will be knocking on our doors really soon. Christmas songs are on repeat on my ipod and my shopping is done, so basically Christmas is tomorrow in my mind.  You might say I’m crazy, but I say, have fun […]


Tera’s Ready to Rock Red Rock

Posted on November 20, 2013 in Run Life

With the 2013 nearing an end, our retail manager, Tera, rounds out race season this weekend for our RW employees.  We caught up with her to gather some pre-race thoughts and insights into this weekend. What race have you been training for? A: The Santa Barbara Red Rock 50 Mile.  It’s an out and back […]


14-Year-Old Runs a Marathon on Every Continent

Posted on November 19, 2013 in Run Life

The motivation of a runner is uniquely personal.  For some, it is to maintain or improve health.  For others, it is an outlet to alleviate stress or a time for personal reflection outside of everyday life. On a deeper level, some runners and athletes are motivated to take on physical challenges by the memory of […]


Erik’s Rio Del Lago Recap

Posted on November 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

As runners, we experience both highs and lows. Sometimes, in the midst of training and getting ready for a race, our health takes priority, and the race needs to take a back seat. Our footwear buyer, Erik, faced one of those times prior to his target race this past weekend. We took some time to […]


Dan’s NYC Recap

Posted on November 12, 2013 in Run Life

More than 50,000 runners ran the New York City Marathon this year, and one of our very own crossed the famed finish line in Central Park. Dan (Customer Service Representative) rocked the Big Apple, finishing in a swift 3:04:47.  We profiled Dan prior to the race, and upon his return to the office, we had a […]


Introducing currexSole Insoles

Posted on November 6, 2013 in Gear Running Accessories

When looking to add cushioning and/or structure to your shoes, replacement insoles are a great option. Stock running shoe sockliners generally offer limited cushioning and support. Custom orthotics, though they are made to meet the runner’s individual needs, can be very expensive. The solution for many folks is to purchase a set of “aftermarket” insoles, and to our […]


Countdown to Erik’s 100 Miler

Posted on October 31, 2013 in Run Life

Fall race season is in full gear and here at the ‘House, November is chock full of races for our employees. One of our footwear buyers, Erik, will be toeing the line next weekend on a tough 100 miler. Let’s pick his brain on his training routine and goals for race day! What race are you training […]


Dan’s NYC Countdown

Posted on October 25, 2013 in Run Life

His Twitter handle says it all: Dan runs. In addition to being a key member of our Customer Service team, Dan has been training for one of the world’s largest marathons. We caught up with him during some downtime to pick his brain on his training and thoughts going into race day. What race are […]

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