You are alone, and in seven days you will do yourself with what is in your backpack, through an irreplaceable desert. Equipment, shoes and clothing can not fail in this type of competition. This type of stage race includes several important elements: Running, nutrition, clothing, hiking and expedition equipment for extreme conditions. With [...]Read More
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When I chose clothing for the Yukon Arctic Ultra, experience from races in the winter mountain and competitions on the Greenland ice and towards the South Pole were good in luggage. An important element for me is to consult with people who have local knowledge and expedition experience from corresponding areas. Of lingerie I chose [...]Read More
It is written that Arc'teryx Norvan is the market's lightest, most compact GORE-TEX® product with hood. The jacket weighs only 120 grams with a fantastic comfortable and smooth fabric. It comes with a small bag to pack the jacket in. Water and windproofness Norvan SL Hoody keeps the water very well and breathes very satisfyingly. [...]Read More
My participation in Trans Atlas Marathon was spontaneous (four days) and preparations were limited. Selection of equipment was based on what I already had and could provide immediately. But with access to equipment and assistance from Oslo Sportslagager I was not worried. Link to article about the actual race Trans [...]Read More
The challenge was a self-sufficient race with food and food in Antarctica. The goal was to relocate 250 kilometers as quickly as possible to the south pole. Race summary In advance of a competition, I am very careful about the choice of equipment. Wrong equipment or equipment failure is in many cases background for practitioners not completing. Therefore is […]Read More
14 kilometers long «Ultra Race Norway», starts in Storfjord and continues over Lyngsalpene with a finish in Tromsø center. It is a very technical race with snow, ice, rock rocks and steep mountainsides and there was a lot of thick fog.Read More
A running bag hangs on the shoulders as opposed to the torso bag resting on the hips. The optimum is when the bags have pockets attached. The belt goes under the ribs and hangs well over the hip. Personally, I prefer shoulder pockets for drinking bottles instead of "Camelbak" bags in the bag of drinking hose. Choosing [...]Read More