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My First Skirt: Rachel W.

I think that was the first race I ran in my new skirt. I trusted it enough to get me through 26.2 miles of mountains, winds, and a scenic wonderland. It didn’t let me down. I didn’t worry about fuel since my pockets were stuffed with Gu’s. I didn’t worry about chafing since everything was held securely in the skirt. I didn’t worry about anything except getting over the next hill and finishing before the course cut off.

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Ultra Cute, Ultra Chafe-Free!

It was muddy, humid and hot. Typical April, Florida weather conditions and a recipe for chafing disasters. The race, “JW Corbett, ” is a non-profit race that uses its proceeds to buy instruments for children in South America; it is typically known as the hardest 50 miler in Florida. The course is soul crushing, full […]

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My First Skirt: Jen L.

The first time I wore it [the skirt!] I knew I had found my running uniform. I didn’t have to tug and pull at it, it didn’t ride up, and magically I also felt… pretty. I could get through an entire run without actually thinking about the clothes I was wearing. Oh, and bonus! It had storage! A place for me to put my tampon, my kleenex, and my phone! That was something I’d never found in another pice of running gear.

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The Art of Opening a Retail Store

It was 1:30AM. I was riding shotgun with my sister-in-law up and down the back bay alleys of a mall in Colorado on a tip that in the morning a remodeled store was about to haul off thousands of dollars of store fixtures, beautiful mirrors and more. Things that one company considers trash, another company […]