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Rock/Creek’s New Trail Running Gear Page for Winter

Have you noticed while out on a run, your fingertips are getting colder, your ears a little redder, and your nose slightly more numb from the cold? Don’t get caught up in an uncomfortable running pattern change to simply avoid the cold. Our Rock/Creek Trail Series Physical Therapist, Dee Martin, recently compiled an incredible article to get you geared up for running in the cold and maintaining vital body heat.
[Dressing for the Long Run ] Rock/Creek parallels her advice with a trail running specific guide for all your running gear needs.
We introduce to you below, our newest addition to

Segmented by the essentials such as Top Selling Shoes, Socks, Running Insoles, Running shirts, and Running shorts, this is your guide for all running needs whether you are a seasoned trail runner or just beginning.

Trail Running Tip for this weekend:
We all need to keep in mind the importance of layering and maintaining your core temperature while out running. Long distance runs in the woods offer potentially hypothermic conditions, so be sure you always start with a good baselayer.
Rock/Creek suggests these top two brands of baselayers:

Patagonia Capilene:

Offered in 4 weights, this synthetic baselayer provides the most versatility among weather changes Men- You have your good ol’ basic colors for baselayers to match and layer, however, Women- You gotta take a look at the expanded selection of colors and styles Patagonia has created for us this Fall season!

The finest Merino in the world is used to make this high activity performance product. Merino is a soft textured, rapidly-renewable material that breaths and retains heat automatically because it is a natural fiber. It absorbs moisture off the skin and evaporates it out during movement. Rock/Creek carries products by Icebreaker for Men’s, Women’s and Accessories.

Look into the Rock/Creek Trail Series to see which races inspire you to get out and run.
The Upchuck 50k registration is closed, but registration is still open for Rock/Creek’s Lookout Mountain 100k / 10k on December 19, 2009. Click here for more details >