Thule Versant 60L Backpack Review
Jun08

Thule Versant 60L Backpack Review

Bottom Line: The Thule Versant 60L pack is one of the most comfortable multi-day packs that I have worn in a long time. It’s durable, weather-proof and has a tonne of storage. This pack is made for people that want the ability to bring days worth of gear and still have use of your shoulders when the trip is over. Observations: I have had packs in the past, much more expensive packs I might add, that always killed my collarbones and...

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Salomon Speedcross 3 Trailrunner Review
Feb12

Salomon Speedcross 3 Trailrunner Review

Bottom Line: These runners were extremely comfortable right out of the box. I didn’t encounter the usual “breaking in” period that I have experienced with other running shoes. They are a fairly lightweight trail runner with a burly cleated tread which is great for technical trails and all-weather conditions. I have found that the tread wears out fairly quickly on Salomon shoes, but overall they are such a comfortable trail runner that...

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Running the Arc’teryx Squamish 50 23k
Aug16

Running the Arc’teryx Squamish 50 23k

  Photos by Lesley Morgan Loree Photos by Lesley Morgan Loree On Saturday, the 10th of August, I ran in my first ever race, road or trail, the “Squamish 50” 23k. It’s called the Squamish 50 as the main race is 50 miles long, but they also offer variants of the course that are 50km’s and 23km’s in length. Spring, the other half of pebbleshoo, ran in the 50km, a mammoth achievement, and will be posting...

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