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My favorite piece is the 7/8 Groundwork Tights because they're breathable enough for warmer weather runs for anyone who doesn't love to wear shorts, and they're just compressive enough for harder workouts without sacrificing comfort.
- Haley, Account Marketing Associate
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My favorite piece is the Circuit Crew because it's a great versatile layer to pack for weekend travels. It keeps me at just the right temperature through unpredictable New England weather and has a handy zip pocket for stashing valuables.
- Sam, Operations Associate
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For me, nothing beats the Runterra Bio Tee. I love it for long trail runs in the fall, not cold enough for long layers but needing more warmth than a lightweight tech tee like the AFO-Vent. Doesn’t get smelly, which my trail running buddies (usually my wife Kristin) definitely appreciate for a sweaty runner like me. And this bad boy can decompose in landfills in as little as 4 years! Just about as natural a shirt as you can wear out there on the trails.
- Matt, Chief Operating Officer
The 5” AFO Middle Shorts were the first piece we ever made, and to this day it’s my go to just about every day of the year--whether on its own in the height of summer or under some Mercury Pants in the depths of winter. Plus, you can’t beat the sweet color selection.
- Dave, Co-Founder
This photo was taken on Haleakalā volcano in Maui. It was 80 degrees on the island that day, but much to my surprise the summit was 30 degrees with sideways rain. The great thing about the Multipass Sling Bag is you can fit a rain jacket, snacks, water and a phone without having to lug a full pack so you know you’re set for 95% of scenarios.
- Mike, Co-Founder
I’m obsessed with the AFO-Vent Multi Short. They have sweet little pockets around the waistband for easy access to all kinds of things you might want to stash in there. What’s in my pockets in this photo? Shine’s leash, some doggie treats (it was her first time up to this summit!), a couple trail snacks for me, and of course, my phone.
- Kyla, Content Marketing Associate
Yes, it’s called the Rainrunner Pack Jacket. No, you absolutely don’t need rain to take this jacket out for a spin. Snapped these pics on a recent R2R trail run/hike in the Grand Canyon. I needed the extra layer for the chilly morning hours, and the ventilation, weightlessness, and stuffability (not a word, but should be!) made the Rainrunner a no-brainer.