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We are excited to partner with Angie and Trevor from the Marathon Training Academy Podcast!

We are excited to partner with Angie and Trevor from the Marathon Training Academy Podcast!

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Highs and lows of running a 256 mile race, with Wes Plate

Highs and lows of running a 256 mile race, with Wes Plate

"The highest high was when I was in the Sedona area, around mile 150 to mile 160. I was running like a champ. I couldn't believe I had so many miles on my legs, but yet I was so energetic and feeling so good." - Wes Plate
Cocodona 250 Mike Sveum running through Sedona, AZ

Cocodona 250: running for 5 days straight with Mike Sveum

Cocodona 250 is a 256 mile ultra run across Arizona, with 42k feet of climbing. Three of our PATH projects KREW members decided to take on this inc...
How to choose the best short for you?

How to choose the best short for you?

At PATH projects, we have developed a wide assortment of running shorts, to accommodate different body types and personal preferences.
simple mountain topo shirt PATH projects

🚨 New Graphic Tees & Enter to Win Contest!

New graphic shirts have launched! Plus, enter to win a $150 PATH projects gift card. Good luck!
The "other side" of running 100 miles

The "other side" of running 100 miles

KREW member John Goldfield shares his valuable lessons from working overnight as Aid Station Captain + crewing a friend on his first 100 miler. 
How to refine your hydration strategy for training and racing

How to refine your hydration strategy for training and racing

The hydration puzzle is a complex one. Our friends at Precision Hydration break down how to refine your hydration strategy.
Our latest active lifestyle short!

Our latest active lifestyle short!

Designed for a morning hike, a jump in the lake and then off to a Sunday brunch.
Our founder Story, Scott Bailey on The Big Ass Runner Podcast

Our founder Story, Scott Bailey on The Big Ass Runner Podcast

Jeff and Steven from The Big Ass Runner sat down with PATH projects founder Scott Bailey to talk all things trail and ultra running.