Our STREET collection is inspired by the World’s Best Running Cities
These cities are with a good number of scenic and interesting running opportunities, centrally located. Easy access to the city’s iconic routes, i.e. near downtown/central city and major hotels, and accessible by public transport. Good infrastructure for running, such as off-road paths, good wayfinding, and other amenities that support runners (water, restrooms, etc.)
One of the world’s most beautiful cities, San Francisco has it all for runners: views, ocean, hills, paths, trails, good weather, variety, and accessibility. The highlight of San Francisco running is the trail from the Embarcadero, over Fort Mason, along Crissy Field and toward the Golden Gate Bridge. And for those who like hills, well…
One of the world’s most beautiful capitals, Stockholm is built on 14 islands around a medieval city center. This unique geography is showcased in Stockholm’s running infrastructure, which features great routes along the water, across bridges to the islands, and some lovely green spaces.
Catch this city in good weather and there’s nothing like it. This city has it all for runners – oceanside runs, beaches, great paths and mountains. A highlight is the 17-mile Seawall Trail, the world’s longest uninterrupted waterfront path.
*Information sourced from Great Runs.com, which is the ultimate guide to the best places to go running in the world’s major cities and destinations.
Our Performance collection is inspired by the largest and most renowned Marathons in the world - Tokyo Marathon, Boston Marathon, London Marathon, Berlin Marathon, Chicago Marathon and New York City Marathon.
Our current Performance Collection includes Berlin, New York and Tokyo. There will be more to come.
A marathon signifies a struggle or an ongoing challenge. The struggle is going to be long and demands training long before the event to prepare the body. Endurance must be developed and the will to finish the race must be instilled.
We applause if you have participated a marathon, training to run one, thinking about it or even just a dream. It’s an unlimited goal for most runners. Hope to see you there.