Telic Recovery Sandals

First impressions of the American-made Telic sandals don’t really say much. Looking very similar to other mainstream, synthetic foam based footwear, the Telics have just been introduced into Singapore, and are being promoted as recovery sandals for runners. Each sandal is formed as a single component with no joints. ...

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Jabra Sport Pace Headset

By K.K. Tan Wireless Bluetooth headsets are a boon, not just to fitness enthusiasts or sports people. They’re the sort of ‘why didn’t I try this before’ technology that’s really come into its own in recent years. Of course the reasons for going without wireless headsets have been numerous: ...

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Zensah Calf Sleeves

By Eric Song Calf Sleeves have been making a steady appearance with runners in the last few years, though I've yet to try training with them. Fortuitously, Zensah decided to pass us a pair of them to try out, and I took the opportunity to see if they would ...

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Under Armour Gemini2

By David Ng The Gemini 2 is the current top-of-the line offering from Under Armour and it doesn’t disappoint in the differentiation stakes.  With its bright red livery, it shouts for attention and delivers it stylishly with a unique package of comfort and versatility in a lightweight package. Perhaps ...

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On Cloudflyer

On running shoes don’t rely on heavily engineered synthetic materials to do the high impact cushioning, or at least they don’t make great claims about that. The signature of the Swiss engineered kicks are the columns of ‘pods’ the form the midsole. Claiming to reduce overall weight and also ...

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2016 Nike Free RN Flyknit

Officially launched worldwide in April, the 2016 Nike Free RN Flyknit claims to port over everything that was great about the previous model, while featuring improved components on many other areas. The media were given a first-hand preview when we tried them over a 4km run starting from the ...

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adidas Climachill 2016 Women’s Tank

By Denise Loh The mercury keeps climbing at this time of the year, and running outdoors, even after sunset, isn’t as fun as it should be. The warm, windless and humid nights providing no respite from the heat of the day. Thankfully, adidas has just launched the 2016 editions ...

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