Janji Field Team athlete Polo Pavez headed down to Laguna Aculeo, once one of Chile's largest natural bodies of water, to run on the now-dry lakebed, exploring how it got this bad and pondering what can be done to prevent the same fate for other natural resources.
Run All Day with our newest Field Team Member Justine Fédronic. "We had an epic day - breakfast on the terrace at my grandmas home in Pilisvörösvár with my brothers Márk and Théo, then headed through the town to the cemetery...
Finding water is not something you can rely on when adventuring in the desert. Although water sources, like Lake Powell, may be visible, they are often not possible to access. On this trip, Morgan water caches...
Join Janji, Aire Libre, and Isla Urbana on June 15th at 7pm for a live film premiere where we'll take a journey following the path of Mexico City's drinking water to its source. Panel discussion to follow.
Each season, we collaborate with artists from the country that inspires our collection, and they help to develop the designs that adorn our kits. For the Spring 21 season, we are stoked to present a series of vivid prints designed by Chennai native textile artist Kashmira Baheti.
Fastpacking trips can take place anytime and anywhere. A follow-up article will outline some of the best routes in the U.S., but in the meantime there are a few factors you should consider when choosing your route...
Janji, Gossamer, COROS, Skratch Labs, Trail Butter, Sawyer, and Joe 'Stringbean' McConaughy want to help get you out on your first (or second or third) fastpacking trip, so we've put together a giveaway package of gear and nutrition worth $2000+ to get you going.
Simply put, fastpacking is the merger between ultrarunning and lightweight backpacking. It's a niche sport that has garnered much attention over the last decade in response to athletes' desire to go longer, faster, and lighter - especially in the form of Fastest Known Time speed records.
Meet Morgan—the newest Janji Field Team member. Morgan is a passionate public lands and environmental activist who devotes much of her writing and time to advocate, educate, and inspire others to help protect wild places.
We believe running is the best way to discover new places and rediscover familiar ones. It’s our way to connect with ourselves, each other, and the world around us. Running is more than a sport, it's a mode of travel. Plus, it's an amazing way for us to lower our carbon footprint and reduce the impact that we have on the planet by relying on foot-powered movement instead of petroleum based vehicles.
We are kicking off a new series of tips to finding joy in the everyday, through running. Think of it as a how-to guide, or manifesto outlining actions to take, things to acknowledge and ways to elevate the daily run routine and transform it into something more, something special.
Enough wishful thinking and back to our steadfast commitment to optimism, human potential, and perpetual forward motion. Instead of arguing to change up the routine, we are recalibrating our perspective on the daily regime to seek new paths of elevating, transporting and finding joy in the everyday, through running.