One piece of equipment you’ll want to be sure to grab is a lightweight, long-sleeve shirt that will keep you warm and won’t weigh you down. With support from its ultra-soft, high-performance material, Pyrenees’ hooded shirt is exactly the technical companion you need to get you through those cold runs through the city.
Pyrenees MX LS Hooded Shirt You may be flying to the tropics but it’s always mid-January weather on an aircraft in flight. Layering is the solution and this new hooded shirt from Path Projects goes a long way to keeping you toasty. Made of ultra-soft high-performance MX 260 mid weight jersey, it’s also smooth and comfortable, anti-odor, moisture wicking, quick dry and spf +50.
Path Projects Gear Review. Path Projects turns one year old this month- happy anniversary to the team. They came out of the gate swinging last year with high-quality shorts and liners, and have continued that trend through 2018. You can check out our previous review here.
The team at Runner's World tested hundreds of apparel items, shoes and gadgets over a one year period. We are very excited and honored that PATH projects made it on the list of 2018 Runner's World Gear of the Year with our Brim FT Short and Tahoe 5" CL Base Liner.
Across industries and categories, direct-to-consumer brands are causing tremors. These companies — companies like Casper and Warby Parker — take pride in that fact, and so do their customers. That’s because the formula creates an ideal win-win: by removing retailers from the distribution process, brands can ramp up on quality and keep prices level, or in some cases, reduce them.
PATH projects is a company that believes in component layering. So when it comes to running shorts, that means you wear an inner liner and an outer short that is remarkably thin and lightweight. A case in point is their Grave DA Short, which is made with Toray Dot Air fabric. It has thousands of micro perforations for incredible flow-thru ventilation.
Of all fitness undertakings, if exercise were to have a single, identifying emblem, it would be running. Running has been a sport forever, or at least since the first Olympic games took place in Ancient Greece in 776 BC (the single event was a sprint). But it wasn’t until the 1960s that running as a form of casual, everyday training began to catch on. And when that happened, running apparel entered the mainstream.
Another startup is taking a crack at the massive market for running apparel. Path Projects, a California-based brand that launches today, has opened a web store for a small collection of shorts, shirts, hats, and base layers designed for the silent majority of runners who are neither elite athletes nor beginners. You know, the full-time office drone who just wants a personal record at the local 10K.