Peter Larson's Runblogger Posts

What Moves You?: A Film For Runners by Runners

What Moves You Movie

The trailer (scroll down) of this Kickstarter film project titled “What Moves You?” looks great – here’s the description of the film: “Told from the point-of-view of runners from all walks of life, the film explores the inspiration and motivation that modern cultures associate with running. On the surface, the reasons people run seem obvious; health, […]

Salomon S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra Trail Shoe Review

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Earlier this year I wrote a review of the Salomon Sense Pro trail shoe. In that review I said that the Sense Pro “…feels like a racing flat built for the trails.” While I’d still stand by that description, having now run over 50 miles in the Salomon Sense 3 Ultra I’d say that though […]

Asics 2015 Shoe Previews: 33-M, 33-FA, 33-DFA, Fujirunnagade, DS Racer 10

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Runningshoes.com has posted a bunch of video previews of new shoes introduced at the 2014 Outdoor Retailer Show. I’m going to put up a few posts this week featuring shoes that I have not yet covered elsewhere, and first up are some new 2015 releases from Asics. One of the collections Asics featured is a new […]

This Week in Runblogging: August 18 to August 24 2014

Hoka Clifton Gray

Last Thursday I posted a giveaway contest for a pair of Hoka Clifton running shoes – the contest runs through August 29 and the minimal requirement for entry is simply to leave a comment identifying your current favorite running shoe (there are a few additional ways to enter). I’ve put about 13 miles on my […]

Hoka Clifton Giveaway Contest

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About a month ago I was contacted by Hoka asking if I’d be interested in trying out the new Hoka Clifton and conducting a giveaway for a pair of the shoes here on Runblogger. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things from fellow shoe geeks about the Clifton, and based on specs (around 8oz, […]

runScribe Launches Wearable Running Biomechanics Data Collection Device on Kickstarter

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I get pitches for Kickstarter campaigns frequently, but rarely do I post about them since it’s hard to assess the potential of a device that I have not had a chance to play with myself. I’m going to make an exception to this general rule here to announce the launch of a Kickstarter campaign for […]

Merrell AllOut Rush Trail Shoe Review

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I first saw the Merrell AllOut Rush at a meeting with the brand in Spring 2013. They were introducing the new AllOut line, and the emphasis was on added cushion while retaining some of the features that people like about the Merrell Barefoot/M-Connect collections. I was intrigued by the shoes since I’ve always felt that shoes […]

Finding a Runner’s High in Maine

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The “Runner’s High” is an elusive thing. I sometimes think that non-runners believe that we all go out there in search of the high on every run. That running is some kind of addiction. Maybe it is, but I can honestly say that in the seven years that I’ve been running with purpose I’ve felt […]

This Week in Runblogging: August 11 to August 17 2014

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Yesterday I ran 17.25 miles, my longest run in over a year and it went quite well! I’m in the final stretch of training for the Vermont 50K in late September, and my goal is to get at least one 20 miler in before the race (maybe two if I can bear it, still don’t […]

Running Warehouse Sales: Additional 25% Off Clearance Apparel and Hoka Markdowns

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Quick post and heads up – my advertising partner Running Warehouse is having a summer sale on clearance running apparel. This includes shirts, singlets, shorts, jackets, and pants/tights. In addition to the existing markdown, you can take an additional 25% off using code AUG25D. Sale ends on August 17, 2014. THE APPAREL SALE HAS ENDED […]