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Let Blundstones Be Your Concert-Going Companion

Written by Rolling Stone | Originally appeared here Whether you’re at a club, show, or an outdoor festival, the Tasmanian-born boot is the most comfortable addition for your next music event. Thanks to the proliferation of social media and our “like” culture, just about everything — including seeing your favorite band or artist in concert — is an opportunity to show off your Blundstones. No matter your age, gender, or style, the boots are the...
#500 originals by Blundstone

Can you Hike in Sandals?

Written by Chaco | Originally appeared here One of the most frequent questions we get asked is: can you hike in sandals? While there is a wide range of advice and discourse out there, the short answer is: 100%, yes. Listen, there are about as many deep-seeded opinions on proper hiking footwear as there are sports fandoms. With those comes the same steadfast rivalry, opinions, and hurt feelings. But when it comes down to it, we’ve had members of...
Odyssey Sandal by Chaco

Discover the first On hiking boot: the Cloudrock Waterproof

Written by On | Originally appeared Here Meet the Cloudrock Waterproof. Born in the Swiss Alps for those that live for adventures outdoors. Built for traction, pace and protection in tough terrain — no matter the conditions. Up to 35% lighter than competitors and backed up by a barrage of On innovations. Hiking is about to be rocked. As a Swiss brand, we know a thing or two about running in the mountains. They’ve always been our testing ground...
Cloudrock in the colour Sand Black by On - the lightweight speed-hiking boot


Written by Dr. Martens | Originally Appeared on Dr. Martens When Pete Townshend wore a battered old pair of Dr. Martens 1460 boots on stage in 1967, he catapulted our modest workwear brand into the world of rock’n’roll, and music has been our heartbeat ever since. The Who‘s riotous live shows smashed their way to the top of the British mod scene and throughout America, we were there every step of the way. As the band’s fame and notoriety...
The Who 1461 & 1460 by Dr. Martens

Understanding the OO | OOfos for injuries & Pain

Written by OOfos | Originally appeared on OOfos Ever since OOFOS was founded over 7 years ago, the brand has never wavered in its mission: to make people feel better. While our founders knew that OOFOAM absorbed impact and felt comfortable on the foot, they did not realize the material's true potential. 7 years later, word has spread about the unique nature of our shoes. We believe it is a few simple points set us apart from other footwear: All...
OOfos Footwear, perfect for recovery

Self-Care Tips to Soothe Aching Feet at Home

Written by Catherine Moyer, DMP - Medically reviewed by a board certified physician | Originally appeared on Very Well Health You're not alone if your feet ache after a long day at work or play. It happens to most people when you overdo it, but there are factors that can make you more prone to getting sore feet. Learn about the causes and prevention of sore feet and how to soothe them. Common Causes of Aching Feet Abnormal foot anatomy: Common...
How to have healthy feet

Exploring the natural beauty of New Zealand's South Island

Written by Aleksandar Jason | Originally appeared on Merrell Aleksandar Jason is a photographer with an eye for adventure. On a recent trip to New Zealand, Aleks packed a pair of Moab 2 hiking boots, and set off to uncover the beauty of New Zealand’s South Island. First up, Milford Sounds. Setting off in an RV, the drive through the snow-covered region is spectacular, even as darkness falls. After a few hours’ sleep, it was a magical experience...
@aleksandarjason rocking a pair of Moab 2 by Merrell New Zealand

Tour De Fiords: A lesson In Vision & Self-Belief

Written by Mitchell Scanlan-Bloor | Originally appeard on The North Face In July 2018, a team of four set out to cover the wild territory between Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound on New Zealand's South Island by foot and packraft. The team consisted of a ragtag crew of every day adventurers, each bringing their own strengths to the team - Mitchell Scanlan-Bloor, Coralie Fleming, Nick Whitelaw and Dan Haley. After a tumultuous time in the...
Mitchell Scanlan-Bloor Paddling through the the wild territory between Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound on New Zealand's South Island

Matto Barfuss – Artist, Wildlife Filmmaker, and Part-Time Cheetah

Written by Birkenstock | Originally appeared on Birkenstock Matto Barfuss, successful wildlife filmmaker, achieved fame in the 1990’s after spending months living among cheetahs. Wild at heart, he describes himself as “crazy, in a good way”, even going so far as to select “Matto” (Italian for “crazy”) as his professional name. He has a simple message: that we can learn from nature and animals. We caught up with Matto in the Kalahari Desert in...
Matto Barfuss getting up close with a cheetah in the wild

Race Recovery with Ida Nilsson

Written by Ida Nilsson - Salmon Trail Running Athlete | Originally Appeared Salomon IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE RACE For short races like a vertical kilometer or a 10-20 km trail race, where we go hard and maybe accumulate some lactic acid, it's nice to do a short cooldown after the race and some stretching. After longer races like a marathon or even an ultra-marathon, of course we don't want to cool down and there is no benefit with it either. I...
Running with Salomon shoes
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