I have worn the Native Eyewear Catamount glasses for over 225 miles of golfing, running, hiking and backpacking. They have performed exceptionally. The visual acuity is clear and crisp; they are so light I forget that I have them on; and I haven’t broke them, so the durability is top notch. Click HERE to read my final thoughts on this pair of glasses.
I have used the Epson watch another couple of months with an additional 250 plus miles of usage on the watch in addition to every day usage. I used the watch while running two marathons – and the battery life last the whole race even though I was pushing 5 hours and 30 minutes at the Oklahoma City Marathon. The durability continues to be excellent. Overall, I like the watch – Click HERE for my final thoughts.
The JLab Epic2 Earbuds have continued to perform well since my last update. Durability and comfort have been amazing and the sound produced by the earbuds is great. Playtime has met expectations with me getting between 11-13 hours of playback before needing to recharge. These earbuds have performed above expectations! Read on for my final thoughts.
I have received to review two pair of compression socks from CEP. Their Merino Outdoor and Merino Run+ socks. To begin, I will say these socks are very well made. Very high quality German craftsmanship I will even say. Read on for the full report: CEP Review
I have worn both pairs of socks during the last month and a half but have worn the balega Hidden Comfort the most, mainly because the Hidden Comfort worked much better than the Hidden Dry with the Sperry Shock Light 2 shoes I have been wearing most of the time. This is because these socks are much thicker and the shoes in question are slightly bigger than I need. Therefore, I’m going to limit my comments to the Hidden Comfort and then try and wear the Hidden Dry more for my last update. Most of my wear was as an all day sock. To read the rest of the update please click here.