Category: Gear Review

My rainbow collection of Saucony Jazz Original retro running shoes

My favorite running shoe is still Saucony Jazz

No matter what I try I always fall back in love with my Saucony Jazz Original running shoes. That’s not true, actually. I started off only running in Nike Pegasus running shoes–The Original Nike Pegasus to be exact–back in middle school. The original Nike Pegasus bears a striking likeness to Saucony Jazz Originals. I had been running […]

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SPYDERGRIP GREEN LYNX 2.0

SpyderGrip Green Lynx 2.0 Review

I bought this SpyderGrip Green Lynx 2.0 over a year ago, I think, but haven’t used it much because I didn’t think it could carry that much. Tonight, however, I checked it out and I was easily able to fit my Samsung S6 Active into the neoprene pouch. Here’s an official walk-around of the product, taken […]

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2016 Crystal City 5K Fridays, race #1 produced by Pacers Running. Friday, 1 April, 2016. Photo by Brian W. Knight/Swim Bike Run Photo.

Hill People Gear Snubby Kit Bag Review

Over the last couple-few years I haven’t gone for a run without wearing my Hill People Gear Snubby Kit Bag on my chest. For me, it’s how I like to carry my personal stuff when I am on a run, race, or jog. It’s kind of a unique bit of kit. It’s a harness that securely […]

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Selfie with a BlueParrott B450‑XT Bluetooth trucker headset

Update to my VXi BlueParrott B450‑XT Bluetooth headset review

I received my BlueParrott B450‑XT Bluetooth trucker headset from VXi Corp last week and have put some time on it. Long story short, the sound can go louder than you should listen and the tone is very warm and not tinny or trebly like many headsets. The connection is quick and sure. The headset worked immediately with […]

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Chris Abraham's 2010 Surly Steamroller Single Speed with Internal 3-speed hub and canvas tail bag

My 7-year love affair with a Surly Steamroller

I have been riding fixies and single-speed bikes since before some baby hipsters were born. Single speed bikes used as city bikes isn’t a new idea. I have been living with my trusty Surly Steamroller since 2010. Now, she’s a three-speed. My Single Speeds: The Early Years My first single-speed bike was a 2000 Bianchi […]

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