Trail running has arrived in the running scene. And other outdoor and endurance athletes are also infected. Experts from Adidas, Salomon and Icebug explain how special communities and new products like different sole profiles make people run in the mountains.
Customization, individualization, adaptation: That's what running shoe purchase 2018 is all about - what functionalities and designs can runners individually influence - and how? Several manufacturers have answered this question to ISPO.com.
A highlight of the ISPO Munich Sports Week was the premiere of the ISPO Munich Night Run at the Olympic Park. The 10 km trail run over the Olympic mountain was won by the Polish orienteer Krzysztof Wolowczyk ahead of favourite Sebastian Hallmann.
The preparations for the first ISPO Munich Night Run on January 27th at the Olympic Park are in full swing. The registrations are still open until Wednesday night, 11:59 pm. Late registrations are possible on the day of the event.
With shoes providing a sure footing for all types of outdoor activities, Swedish brand ICEBUG appeals to more than just extreme runners. ISPO.com talked with CEO David Ekelund about the unique selling point of the shoes with the ice bug logo. He also explains how the retail sector profits from ICEBUG innovations.
Top runner Sebastian Hallmann, seven-time German champion, gives running tips for the holidays here: This is how to start the New Year in top shape. The training plan through to Three Kings Day also serves as preparation for the ISPO Munich Night Run on January 27.