ShareRacing Snowshoes Modification: Direct Mounting
Your are racing snowshoes and you want to take your racing to the next level. Here is a quick fix: racing snowshoe direct mounting. So you ask, “What is Ray talking about?” I am talking about taking you pair of racing snowshoe and directly mounting/bolting a pair of running shoes to them. No more clunky bindings, but rather a sleek racing snowshoe system.
Reasons to Modify your Racing Snowshoes
The main reason for me to modify my racing snowshoe is that snowshoe racing in your running shoes feel so much
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ShareRight Size Running Shoe Right Size Running Shoe | Photo by: Josiah Mackenzie
The right size running shoe can be a hard thing to find. I am still searching the the right size running shoe, and trust me I have tried a lot of them. It seems that the right size running shoe is different from one brand to another. I can fit into a regular 11-1/2 in one brand, and then to find the right size running show in another brand I might have to go to a size 13!
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ShareRunning in Pain for almost Two Decades
Ultra trail running is something I never imagined doing. Over a decade of running with shin splits to ultra trail running pain free. I have shared parts of my story with fellow runners, but I would like to take the opportunity to tell a more complete story about how I became a pain-free ultra trail runner.
It is a story of my experiences of putting on my first pair of running shoes, the pain and misery that I suffered along the way, to become a pain-free ultra trail
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ShareCold Weather Running – Keeping Your Feet Warm in Extreme Winter Conditions
My Running Gear for Extreme Winter Conditions: Proper Running Shoes, Neoprene Socks, Neoprene Shoe Covers, and Hiking Gaiters.
For those of us that do not have the luxury of living where the winters are mild or warm we need a way to keep running through winter. We also need a way to battle the extreme conditions that make our toes turn to icicles. You can’t let a little cold weather stop you from getting out for a run, but you
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