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Running Warehouse At The Mt. SAC Relays

Posted on April 15, 2014 in Run Life

The Mt. SAC Relays are a lasting tradition in track & field. Dubbed as the meet “where the world’s best athletes compete”, the meet brings top high school, college, and elite talent to Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA to what is one of the largest and most prestigious invitational track & field meets […]

Take A Closer Look At The Revamped Asics Natural33 Collection

Posted on April 14, 2014 in Running Shoes

Asics recently rolled out their revamped 33 collection, now dubbed Natural33. If you haven’t tried out any of the shoes in the newest coming of the line, we highly recommend that you do. The shoes feel fantastic, giving you a sense of responsiveness and bounciness that really boosts your run. In the past, the 33 […]

For Your Enjoyment: Taking On The Brazil 135

Posted on April 10, 2014 in Run Life

The Brazil 135 is one of four events within the Badwater World Cup. The 135-mile race covers the part of the Caminho da Fé (Walk of Faith) in São Paulo every January. 41-year-old Josh Spector took on the Brazil 135 this year, and he brought his GoPro along to document the journey. In his narration, […]


Bring Back The Mile is Revitalizing America’s Distance, One Mile At A Time

Posted on April 9, 2014 in Run Life

Those of you who follow us at the ‘House closely will know our support of Bring Back The Mile (BBTM), a movement to promote and celebrate one of the most iconic, yet forgotten, events in track and field, the mile – 1609.34 meters of pure running glory (and no, not those Meters). Though the mile […]


What Does Your Running Route Say About You?

Posted on April 8, 2014 in Run Life

So apparently I’m a control freak. At least that’s what my go-to running route says about me. I guess it kind of makes sense, as I do tend to like things the way I want and if I had a list of enemies, the unknown would be right near the top, maybe right behind those […]


The Conquest – A New Direction for Hoka One One

Posted on April 4, 2014 in Running Shoes

For fans of the maximalist footwear, the Hoka Conquest was one of the more anticipated shoes of 2014. We’ve had a chance to put a few miles into the shoe, and we gotta say, the shoe definitely lives up to its hype.


#IWantThePeregrine Instagram Contest

Posted on March 28, 2014 in Website Features

So we’re going to be bold and say that we think the Saucony Peregrine 4 is one of the best trail shoes of 2014. The lightweight, low profile shoe just begs you to attack the trails, while the aggressively lugged outsole grips the terrain with unrelenting traction. Apparently we aren’t the only ones who are […]


Designboom interviews Tobie Hatfield, Designer of the Nike Free

Posted on March 26, 2014 in Run Life Running Shoes

Perhaps one of the most iconic running footwear designs to come about in the past decade is Nike’s Free. The Free, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, helped catalyze a movement of footwear designed to help you run naturally, strengthen the muscles of your foot, and help reduce the occurrence of injury. In an […]


The Altra One2 Receives a Big Overhaul

Posted on March 25, 2014 in First Look Running Shoes

The One2 (pronounced one-squared, not one-two) will be the first update to Altra’s low profile and lightweight performance shoe, and though the shoe will retain its fast, performance-oriented personality, this update is actually a fairly significant overhaul of the shoe.


The Salomon S-Lab Fellcross 3: Maximum Fellrunning Performance

Posted on March 19, 2014 in First Look Running Shoes

There’s a select group of runners who strive for the harshest conditions you can imagine. Fellrunners, as they’re known, live for the muddiest, trickiest terrain, often adventuring the unknown with only a map to guide them. The Salomon S-Lab Fellcross 3 is a shoe for that runner. True to its S-Lab designation, the Fellcross has […]

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