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Guess Erik’s Time at Western States for a Chance to Win

Posted on June 22, 2015 in Uncategorized

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CONTEST CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION! 100 miles…of racing! On June 27, 2015, the world’s oldest and most prestigious endurance race will begin it’s 41st installment. The Western States Endurance Run is almost here! In honor of this historic race, Running Warehouse is partnering with Inov-8 and giving away two pairs of shoes! Belt […]

How to Select Running Shoes: Shoe Type

Posted on June 16, 2015 in Running Shoes Website Features


At the ‘House, we are committed to helping runners stay active and enjoying the sport of running. For some runners, the availability of shoes on the market is overwhelming and, quite honestly, it can be challenging to know where to start when selecting a running shoe. Our advice is to start by selecting the proper […]

A Deeper Look At HOKA ONE ONE

Posted on May 28, 2015 in Running Shoes

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Is it pronounced “won won”? Or is “oh-nay oh-nay”? We have heard it both ways directly from the horse’s mouth. As it stands currently, you can safely use “one one”, pronounced just like the number. We will keep you updated if it changes. Loosely translated from the Maori language, HOKA ONE ONE means “time to […]


Product Spotlight: Nike Pegasus 31 Oregon Project

Posted on May 7, 2015 in Running Shoes


The “Oregon Project” team is a group of elite runners, lead by coach Alberto Salazar, aimed to create an American resurgence in distance running. The team consists of runners such as Galen Rupp, Mo Farah, Mary Cain and Jordan Hasay, to name a few. Coach Salazar, endorsed by Nike and its latest technologies, has seen […]


Staff Pick: Balega Ultra Light No Show Socks

Posted on April 15, 2015 in Gear Running Accessories Staff Picks


Our customer service supervisor, Kristin, took a moment to share some thoughts about her favorite running socks: A few years ago, I wasn’t too particular about socks. If they covered my feet and didn’t have holes, they were a go. Big perk was finding cute colors and on sale at a discount store. But things […]


Molly Huddle Visits Running Warehouse

Posted on April 2, 2015 in Run Life


Sometimes, work can be fun. At Running Warehouse, most days are fun. Yet, some days are exceptionally fun! Earlier this year we had one of those days when we hosted American 5000m record holder, Molly Huddle. Molly traveled from Arizona, her winter training ground, to California to film multiple projects with us. Being our first attempt at such a production, […]


Timex Ironman Run GPS+ Caption Contest

Posted on March 30, 2015 in Gear Running Accessories


This contest is now closed. Winners will be announced by Friday, April 3rd, 2015. Thank you to all who participated! The new Timex Ironman Run GPS+ has some innovative and unique features. You can store 4GB of music on the device, use real-time tracking, and utilize emergency message notifications all without use of a cell […]


How the People Saved the Brooks Launch

Posted on March 14, 2015 in Running Shoes

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Runners are some of the most loyal and particular consumers on the planet. We know what we like, and we know what we don’t like. Show up to any group run or ask your runner friends about shoes and you’re guaranteed to hear “I really wish the old version was still around. I loved that […]


The Brooks Launch 2 | Rejuvenating a Cult Classic

Posted on March 4, 2015 in Running Shoes


For some runners, news of Brooks’ decision to drop production of the Launch was shocking. When the brand changed their mind soon after the decision and resurrected the model, these same runners were relieved, and a bit baffled. But when it’s first update was announced shortly after it’s resurrection, runners were stunned. How does a […]



Bring Back The Mile “Pick-the-Winner” Contest

Posted on January 30, 2015 in Running Events

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In the 1980’s, many high schools transitioned from a 440 yard track to the more common 400m length we see in abundance today. With this transition, the mile race was often replaced by the 1600m race, leaving a historic legacy of runners as nothing more than a history lesson for modern runners. However, the faithful at […]

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