The One about the Mission HydroActive Fitness Multi-Cool Neck Gaiter and Headband

Mission is really making a name for themselves with their thermoregulation products. From Serena Williams, Drew Brees to Damon Wade, the marketing campaign has been positive and its working. Their goal to create cooling accessories engineered for athletes to keep them cool during high-intensity training or competition and the fact it’s lab tested and field proven goes a long way. As a runner and cyclist and with spring and summer […]

The One about Wor(l)d Wear’s HELO Classic

Several companies try to improve from FitBit’s basic design and offer more features and one company, Wor(l)d Wear (a division of Wor(l)d GN) has released a product that offers much more than the cheaper wearable technology and it’s known as HELO, a wearable technology that is called “the first Health and Lifestyle Oracle”. HELO was designed by Antonio De Rosa, SVP Marketing and Communication and engineered by Alfonso Cioffi, SVP […]

The One about the Polar Bottle Cenote Hydration System

As a person who uses and have reviewed water reservoir from other companies, I know there are people who are not exactly to thrilled about investing on a backpack for just a water reservoir during at rip. As most backpacks allow for a water hydration packs and an opening for a water reservoir/tube, those who want to save money without investing in a backpack may have interest in Cenote Hydration […]

The One about the New Balance Fresh Foam Gobi Trail

When it comes to trail shoes, I have been using New Balance. With the last one being the MT510BS, this time around I had the chance to get a pair of New Balance Fresh Foam Gobi Trail’s. Featuring a 6mm drop, according to New Balance, the Fresh Foam Gobi Trail’s offers “comfort and stability for your runs using Fresh Foam technology, an AT TREAD outsole and a FantomFit upper with […]

The One about the Saucony Hurricane ISO shoes

In 1898, the company known as “Saucony” was foundedĀ  in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, on the high banks of Saucony Creek. The company’s current logo refers to Saucony Creek’s constant flow with the boulders lining in it’s creek bed. In 1960, the company was bought by Hyde Athletic Industries where it relocated to Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1979, the company produced two running shoes that were regarded among the top 10 by Runner’s […]

The One about the Saucony Redeemer ISO shoes

In 1898, the company known as “Saucony” was foundedĀ  in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, on the high banks of Saucony Creek. The company’s current logo refers to Saucony Creek’s constant flow with the boulders lining in it’s creek bed. In 1960, the company was bought by Hyde Athletic Industries where it relocated to Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1979, the company produced two running shoes that were regarded among the top 10 by Runner’s […]

The One about the Rayovac PS99CL Power Protect Safety Siren, Flashlight, & Portable Charger

Having reviewed several products that deal with personal safety, the next product that I had a chance to review is the Rayovac PS99CL Power Protect Safety Siren, Flashlight, & Portable Charger. The first thing that came to mind were friends who jogged early in the morning (4:00-5:00 a.m.) and they have seen shady and suspicious people during their run and we talked about ways to protect themselves and how it’s […]