This summer and fall has been packed with adventure and the adidas Evil Eye Pro sunglasses have been with me everywhere.
At the finish of the Maine Marathon
I have used them mountain running in Alaska, running marathons in New Hampshire and Maine, hiking in Mississippi and Louisiana, daily use and a 126 mile run on the Mississippi River Levee from Baton Rouge to New Orleans. Overall, I have 500 plus miles of use and abuse on the glasses and they have performed well. They are comfortable, provide solid eye protection, and have proven to be durable. Read on for my full thoughts.
adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro in the mountains around Juneau
Sunglasses are an essential part of my kit. My eyes are very sensitive to light and even in overcast conditions I wear sunglasses, or I end up squinting which leads to headaches. adidas has become a player in the performance eyewear market and I will be reviewing their Evil Eye Evo Pro glasses over the next few months. Read on for my initial thoughts.
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Two hot months with these socks and I figured that I would have worn them out. At this point I do not think I have the get up and go to do any such thing. The Adidas Climalite X 2 Low-Cut Socks took my best and are still going strong.
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by Anderson Bowman
August 26, 2010
Check out these new Adidas Women’s ClimaLite Performance socks. They’re going to the gym and then for a hike, then … Read the initial review HERE
- Trying on the Adidas ClimaLite Women’s Sports Performance socks
It is summer time and that means more time outdoors running, hiking, and fishing. Lucky for me the Adidas Climalite X 2 Low cut socks have arrived on my doorstep. Read the rest of my review here…