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Canadian Running - - SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2017 - CR

The North Face APEX GYM DUFFEL $70

The Apex is the per­fect gym bag for run­ners for two sim­ple rea­sons: it’s got a nice amount of room in one deep pocket, and a sec­ond cav­ity is vented, mean­ing your smelly clothes and shoes will get a breather. The Apex is also a solid pick for a week­ender bag. It’s tagged along for three and four day trips to des­ti­na­tion races and is able to han­dle street cloth­ing and run­ning gear, along with an ex­tra pair of shoes be­cause, what run­ner doesn’t travel with at least two pairs?

Hoka One One ORA RE­COV­ERY SLIDE $70

You’ve just run the marathon of your life: you ex­e­cuted your race plan per­fectly and a now have a bril­liant new PB to show for all that hard work and in­tel­li­gent run­ning. Only catch? Your body is de­stroyed – es­pe­cially your poor, abused feet. The Ora Re­cov­ery Slide is Hoka’s clever answer to this all too com­mon prob­lem. The de­sign wisely lever­ages Hoka’s sig­na­ture big, soft mid­sole for these flops. They’re so spongy and comfy, you’ll want to slip into them and walk around all day af­ter your big race.

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