Our favorite shoes, packs, headlamps, and more for running and racing off-road.
New to running trails? Here’s what you need to know before heading off the beaten path.
No one really looks forward to lugging a load of fluids with them, but there are ways to do it comfortably.
Brooks’s lightweight trail shoe has a reconfigured, thicker midsole, which provides more stability on the trail.
The Divide is cushioned for comfort and equipped for gnarly terrain.
Third time’s the charm for stronger debris-resistant mesh and softer cushioning.
The fourth iteration is still a monster on the trail, as well as a plush pillow on your feet.
The multidirectional lugs help you gain traction on almost any surface.
More dogged than it appears and more comfortable than it looks, the King MT can take on any rugged terrain.
Altra’s beefy Olympus has a soft midsole that protects you from trail debris.
A great three-in-one pants option for days with lots of temperature and activity variation.
Well-cushioned, grippy, and comfortable for hours, this is a one-shoe arsenal for trail runners.
The Vibram Megagrip outsole ensured no sliding no matter how muddy or slippery the trail.
A zero-drop platform and flexible midsole mean you don’t have to swear off cushioning to run like a minimalist.