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MEN'S Running 2016 AWARDS

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WELCOME TO THE MEN’S RUNNING AWARDS 2016!

With so many different running products on the market, it can be tricky deciding which is best for you. Fortunately, now you don’t have to! Our testers put an array of products through rigorous testing, to help you make the correct decision next time you part with your cash. Each of the products was rated on the following criteria:

1. VALUE FOR MONEY

2. EASE OF USE/FIT FOR PURPOSE

3. PRACTICALITY

4. QUALITY

All scores returned were logged, totalled and then an average score out of 40 was determined for each product, giving the final result. Testers were provided with a copy of the entry forms relating to the products they were testing, so they could see manufacturers’ claims and take these into account when giving their scores. Products also had to attain a high enough score to deem them worthy of their Gold, Silver or Bronze award. Turn over to see which products came out on top!

APPAREL: SHORTS/TIGHTS & LEGGINGS

GOLD

KARRIMOR REFLECT TIGHTS RRP: £11.99

“A good design that doesn’t impede movement. The ankle zips provide ease of wear and the small rear pocket is useful. Thicker material around the top of the legs keeps this region warmer than the lower sections. Great tights and incredible price.”

karrimor.com

SILVER

SALOMON EXO PRO TW SHORT RRP: £75

“Very comfortable giving a good range of movement and also ventilation when running. The material is very light and stretchy, with the undershorts preventing chafing.”

salomon.com/uk

BRONZE

IFFLEY ROAD MID-LENGTH SHORTS RRP: £70

“Very comfortable, high quality shorts with useful pockets in the back and sides. They also o’er freedom of movement and feel quite waterproof.”

iffleyroad.com

HIGH-VISIBILITY PRODUCT

GOLD

KARRIMOR REFLECT VEST 2 RRP: £39.99

“Great vest at the lower end of the price range. Very reflective and visual with a good number of small pockets for storage. Lightweight and completely unrestrictive.”

karrimor.com

SILVER

PUMA NIGHTCAT JACKET RRP: £70

“Reflective features are great – reducing the need to look like a highlighter pen yet staying just as visible! The jacket is extremely lightweight and breathable, yet keeps you warm the moment you stop. It can fold easily to fit into a gym bag if needed, and the sizing is spot-on.”

puma.com

BRONZE

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The temperature may be dropping but, unlike bears and bats, real runners don’t hibernate. Quite the opposite. The autumn and winter months are, in fact, when the fun begins. To inspire you to take the season by storm, this issue is packed full of adventure-aiding advice. And the good news is, you don’t have to travel far to find it. You could, for example, try your hand at some local fastpacking. (That’s the hybrid of running and backpacking, by the way, not hurriedly cramming your belongings into a suitcase.) For the price of a cheap train ticket, ultrarunner Matt Maynard fastpacked his way along the 153-mile North Downs Way, chopping his toothbrush in half in a bid to cut down any extra weight. On page 52, he tells you all you need to know about the art of travelling fast and light. Speaking of fast and light, we caught up with two Olympians who embody both those qualities: new 400m world record holder Wayde Van Niekerk and rising star of British marathon running Callum Hawkins. Although they specialise in very different disciplines, they both have some lessons for us mere mortals. A lesson that many runners – including this one – have failed to grasp, is the art of the B race. Getting these warm-up races right can be a great launch pad to success, while getting them wrong can be a real confidence-crusher. On page 60, Damian Hall tells you how to strike a balance. So embrace the colder months and enjoy this issue – it’s a brrr-illiant one.
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