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Mom Jeans or Skinny Jeans?

No matter if you're still rocking skinny jeans or bravely testing out the new Mom Jean trend our Everyday No Shows will work with your weekend wardrobe. Our team has put together some summer looks inspired by our favorite Everyday No Show styles.    Nothing says summer like wearing white. White denim and a simple low top sneaker paired with our Everyday No Show Gradient Stripe in White  Khaki is making a comeback. Pair with our Everyday No Show Gradient in Light Gray and a Chambray Button Up Shirt.  The perfect jean to test the relaxed fit trend. Cropped with a slight flare at the ankle and our Everyday No Show in Black  Rock a skinny jean with a low top bootie. Our...

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Runner's Travel Guide: Miami

Ready to get away? So are we! We are excited to start up our Runner’s Travel Guide again after a year hiatus. This time we are kicking things off with our Runner’s Guide to Miami. Some of our team recently had a chance to travel to Miami and these were some of our very favorite places we visited during our trip. Have more Miami recommendations? Drop them in the comments below.  Where to run:  Art District - Running through the Art District is like running through an outdoor art museum. It's a great way to pass the miles, see some sites, and get some cool mural pics along the way.  South Beach - South beach has a great beach front path that...

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Summer Sock Style Guide

Summer is here. Are your feet sweating yet? If you need help keeping your cool when things get hot, it’s probably time to get your hands on some new socks. That’s right—even though you’ll probably spend most of the season in sandals, flip-flops, and slip-ons, you still need socks for activities like running, hiking, cycling, golfing, and even hanging out around the house. This summer sock style guide will help you choose the right socks for every summer activity, ensuring breathability, comfort, and odor resistance. Running Socks for Summertime If you love getting out and being active in the warm weather, running might be your activity of choice. People tend to focus on finding the right running shoes, but comfortable,...

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How Much Cushion Should Your Running Shoes Have?

Feet can be rather high maintenance, but it’s hard to blame them. They absorb a force of up to three times your body weight while running! That’s more than enough to cause a few aches and pains. If your runs are taking a toll, you may be wondering if a more cushioned shoe would provide relief and help avoid injury. That would seem to make sense, but studies and runners alike are finding that may not be the case. Let’s take a look at both sides of the argument. Is More Actually Less? Super-cushioned – or “maximalist” – running shoes have risen in popularity as runners extend their mileage and intensity. The immense amount of cushion is meant to provide...

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Where to Find a Running Buddy

We don’t know about you but we’re excited to get back to running with our friends. Having a running buddy is truly one of the best parts of running. The benefits of having a running buddy go far beyond beating boredom; they can motivate you to go a little further, and sometimes run even faster; but more importantly they often become our closest friends. If you’re new to running or it’s been a while since you’ve ran with anyone, it might be intimidating to find someone to run with. Luckily there are plenty of ways to find new running friends or reconnect with old running buddies. 1. Running stores - Running stores are by far the best resource for anything...

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