Tagged: moisture wicking

Salomon Park Tee Review

Salomon Park Tee Review

Salomon strives to put the ultimate in tech and performance in everything they do – it’s really no surprise that something as simple as the Salomon Park Tee gives you more bang for your...

Craft Active Extreme Base Layer Review

Craft Active Extreme Base Layer Review

The key to any cold-weather clothing system starts with having the right the base layers. Swedish brand CRAFT has been pioneering functional apparel for serious athletes since 1977, focusing on the optimization of innovative...

Asics Hera Low Cut Socks Review

Asics’ Hera low cut socks are synthetic (96% Nylon, 4% Spandex), lightly cushioned, seamless athletic socks great for anything from running to everyday wear. They come with left and right specific socks to provide...

Helly Hansen Pace Singlet Review

If you were in love with the Pace Singlet by Helly Hansen last year, then your heart will fall in love all over again with this year’s New Pace Singlet. Helly Hansen made a...

Helly Hansen 1/2 Zip Review

I am not sure I can say all the things I love about Helly Hansen’s Woman’s Pace LS 1/2 Zip in this review! The second I put on the Pace LS 1/2 Zip I...

adidas Sport Performance Boxer Brief

adidas Sport Performance Boxer Brief Review

While involved in almost any activity, us guys often sweat and heat up. For years, we have worn shirts and shorts with moisture wicking material while wearing boxers, boxer briefs, or tighty-whities that are...

Lorpen Running Sock Review

Lorpen is a quality sock brand based in the Basque region of Spain (read: tested in the rigors of the Pyrenees). Their vision is “to product the best technical socks for serious outdoor activities”....