While in Sitka and with cross season mostly over tried trail running in shoes Scott Sports sent me. Not a subject-matter expert in running (besides with a bike), what I noticed was they gripped with confidence across a variety of surfaces and were comfortable. See what Scott’s running pros have to say about them like Ian Sharman, while I figure out what to do with my hands… and hey a good portion on what I do on the bike is running on trails with a bike on my shoulder up stairs, so there’s that!
On the trails I almost exclusively use the T2 Kinabalu and this has got me through multiple 100-milers really effectively. The tougher the terrain is, the better, since it’s got the perfect balance of cushioning, flexibility and grip for the trails. I feel like I can run over technical, sharp rocks without worrying about hurting my feet, but it’s also fine for running on the short road sections that most long races have to incorporate at some point. – Ian Sharman.
And I enjoyed running by the Russian Blockhouse, a graveyard, Totem Park, and with Mt. Edgecumbe always in sight. See the photos from this video on G+ and listen to the Afrobeat tunes from Ayetoro on Bandcamp.
My daily shooter is Sony a9 II with a vertical grip and various Sigma lenses attached like the 14mm 1.4 Art. Find more recommendations on our store page. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.