GPS enabled watches are everywhere now. Epson has entered the market with a line that includes four watches with a price point from $99 to $399. I will be reviewing the ProSense 57 GPS Running Watch over the next couple of months.
Epson ProSense 57 GPS Running Watch
My goal is to understand the functions that separates Epson watches from their competitors while continuing to accurately track my running and hiking. You can read my initial thoughts on the ProSense 57 HERE
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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.
Princeton Tec has been making headlamps for over 40 years, and I can still remember my excitement when I bought my first Quad headlamp.
Princeton Tec Axis – photo courtesy of Princeton Tec website
Princeton Tec continues to innovate and I will be reviewing one of their newest headlamps the Axis. Read on for my initial thoughts on this headlamp.
Danimal 50k Finisher Medal
Fall is prime trail running time in the Southeastern United States. The Danimal 50k takes place in Lake Charles, Louisiana and it is run on the rooty technical trails of Sam Houston Jones State Park. This is my review of the race – let’s just say that I underestimated the course, but still was able to earn another finish! Race Report
Injinji Ultra Compression Socks – Clark Shelf, Juneau Alaska
I have put almost another 100 miles on the Injinji Ultra Compression socks while running 2 marathons and trail 50k. The socks have remained comfortable both on short and long runs. Meanwhile durability has been good with a few pulls in the socks, but nothing that hurt their performance at this point. Read on for my final update.