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A nice piece by a likeminded friend.

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Prep for, complete, and recovery from endurance events from the people that know how including Selection finishers.  For $10 on Kindle, get it and read it on the way to work or while sitting on the toilet or wherever you read.  A book you won’t easily put down and well worth the read.

Prep for, complete, and recovery from endurance events from the people that know how including Selection finishers.  For $10 on Kindle, get it and read it on the way to work or while sitting on the toilet or wherever you read.  A book you won’t easily put down and well worth the read.

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Best “running shoe” I’ve worn. 600 miles later… Goodbye old friends. Replaced with new ones of the same model.  Thanks Vibram TrekSport.

Best “running shoe” I’ve worn. 600 miles later… Goodbye old friends. Replaced with new ones of the same model.  Thanks Vibram TrekSport.

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SK16 is back in stock.  For now…
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Short news piece on the Black/Red rucks… GR1 and GR2 still available.  GR0 is gone.

Short news piece on the Black/Red rucks… GR1 and GR2 still available.  GR0 is gone.

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I’ve had the Garmin Forerunner 10 for about a month now and have run around 60 miles with it along with a dozen miles of rucking and some hiking  in Wales.
It’s a great entry-level watch to track time/distance.  The FR10 is easier and more comfortable than a smartphone and tracking apps.  GPS takes a bit to register at first, but each additional sync from the same location is significantly faster and not a big deal.
The autopause, while a nice feature, is only useful when running.  If you’re hiking, the distance covered over time isn’t enough to keep it from triggering and totally screws up tracking.
The most useful feature that I’ve found on the FR 10 is the virtual pace setting.  Setting a pace is simple and the pace notifications are occasional and to the point.  Ahead/On/Behind Pace flashes on the screen with some beeps.  Pace changes are shown on the screen in 5 second intervals.
I use Endomondo for all my tracking and Garmin makes it easy to import all the data.  Garmin Connect also has a great interface, but I’ve been an Endomondo user and wanted to keep to one environment.  The downside to this watch is that there’s no wireless sync, but I found that it hasn’t bothered me to plug it in for a charge/sync once or twice a week.
Very happy with the Forerunner and glad to ditch the cellphone while running.  From the simple display and interface to the accuracy and ability to integrate with my old tracking system, it’s a low-cost win.

I’ve had the Garmin Forerunner 10 for about a month now and have run around 60 miles with it along with a dozen miles of rucking and some hiking  in Wales.

It’s a great entry-level watch to track time/distance.  The FR10 is easier and more comfortable than a smartphone and tracking apps.  GPS takes a bit to register at first, but each additional sync from the same location is significantly faster and not a big deal.

The autopause, while a nice feature, is only useful when running.  If you’re hiking, the distance covered over time isn’t enough to keep it from triggering and totally screws up tracking.

The most useful feature that I’ve found on the FR 10 is the virtual pace setting.  Setting a pace is simple and the pace notifications are occasional and to the point.  Ahead/On/Behind Pace flashes on the screen with some beeps.  Pace changes are shown on the screen in 5 second intervals.

I use Endomondo for all my tracking and Garmin makes it easy to import all the data.  Garmin Connect also has a great interface, but I’ve been an Endomondo user and wanted to keep to one environment.  The downside to this watch is that there’s no wireless sync, but I found that it hasn’t bothered me to plug it in for a charge/sync once or twice a week.

Very happy with the Forerunner and glad to ditch the cellphone while running.  From the simple display and interface to the accuracy and ability to integrate with my old tracking system, it’s a low-cost win.

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Great review of the Raven Vintage 42mm by Worn and Wound.  I’m loving mine and wearing it right now.

Great review of the Raven Vintage 42mm by Worn and Wound.  I’m loving mine and wearing it right now.

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Huckberry Fall Watch Sale

A decent man must have a decent watch." - Capello Bruno

Decency is subjective, but a good watch isn’t. Since there’s a lot more to a ‘decent watch’ than just the telling of time, we’re proud to introduce our Guide to Fall Watches; a collection of hand-picked timekeepers with free shipping, and accompanying stories, tools, and tips to match that crisp Fall air.

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Whether you’re a man of the city, the sea, or the trees, our editors dug deep to present a comprehensive series of watches that speak to every lifestyle and budget. This includes a few Seiko dive icons with exclusive strap kits, the custom Ace that the boys at Martenero built in official Huckberry livery, or mil-spec options like the rugged ParadiveMKII's killer homage to a military legend. We're also proud to introduce the Standard Issue Field Watch from Weiss Watch Company, a small Los Angeles outfit wresting the pride of American watchmaking back from Switzerland in a huge way.

Also be sure to check out their story of the original SF watch that never existed.

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