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Oxsitis -- Capture your inner Zebra !

Posted by Peter Hopper on

When we first saw our new Oxsitis range of backpacks, we were blown away by their funky styling. They are so cool!.... we just knew everybody would love them

They perform well and look great, lighter than a Salomon, women's versions adapted to female morphology.

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If you want great road shoes, look beyond the mainstream brands

Posted by Peter Hopper on

It can be frustrating looking for a suitable pair of road shoes. The boundary between fashion and true performance is being increasingly blurred. We bring you a set of reference shoes to help you decide. We are always available for discussions and further feedback from all of our customers,

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Salomon Ultra Pro, is it the Great Pretender?

Posted by Peter Hopper on

Ok, so here's my bias, I am a big Salomon fan. I start with the expectation that any shoe they bring out will be great so any new shoe has a lot to live up to. The Salomon Ultra Pro is a slightly de-tuned version of the SLAB Ultra2 and this was my first opportunity to compare them. The Ultra2 is my favourite shoe, in my view perfect for Hong Kong trails, so I was curious to see how the Ultra Pro compared.  I picked a favorite route, the Wilson trail from Parkview over Jardines Lookout and down to Sir...

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NEW PRODUCTS: Looking for an upgrade? What will the Fenix 5 Plus Series bring you ?

Posted by Peter Hopper on

The Garmin Fenix 5 Plus range is here !.... we help you understand the ins and outs of choosing the best model for you !

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Altra Chat with Co-founder Brian Beckstead

Posted by John Ellis on

It was a privilege to welcome Altra co-founder into the shop to talk about the origins of #Altra shoes, what makes them unique, and also their plans for the future. Something that surprised us was how much biomechanics goes into the design of Altra shoes. It's a huge differentiating factor against so many other standard running shoes available today. Brian started out working at Runners Corner, a small running shop in Utah. The staff there were big believer's in owner Hawk Harper's running philosophy of running "like a Kenyan", which was primarily landing over a bent knee rather than the high-impact...

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