Author: GeraldPage 1 of 61

Explorer of home, founder of #unhack, grower of hot spices, promoter of the ecology of happiness. Human to the fullest.

Review: Adidas Terrex “Speed Ultra” Trail Running (Racing) Shoes

Adidas provided me with a pair of the Terrex Speed Ultra, but even if they hadn’t, I would have bought them. After the Agravic Tech Pro, I wanted…

Review: Mammut Fast Hiking Gear – Sertig Shirt and Shorts

Mammut finally decided to leave trail running be. Alongside their better-known mountaineering rangem, though, they make gear for mountain fast hiking. With a main colorway in the black-and-white…

Billion-Stars-Hotel: A Relaxed-Dangerous Hike to Escape to a Mountain Night

Sometimes, you just need to get away from your routine, from comfortable commutes from work to home, to TV and the bed. When work got a bit much,…

Ötztal Glacier Trailrun 42k (2021)

Sometimes, I just feel a need to get high… up in the mountains. The Ötztal Glacier Trailrun (link to official site, in German) is one of the events…

Review: Adidas Terrex (Agravic Pro) Trail Running Gear

Adidas offers quite a bit of trailrunning gear through its Terrex brand, with Agravic Pro (Parley) pieces: Terrex Agravic Pro TR T-Shirt and Shorts and Terrex Agravic Pro…

Impressions and Connections: Skeleton CasiOak G-Shock GA-2100

Most of the watches I wear and use are pretty big sports or outdoors wearables. Sometimes, though, something simpler is nice. Just as I was starting to wear…

Veilance Spere LT Hoodie: Snuggly Summerweight Field Jacket

In the Spere LT Hoodie, the typically severe look of Veilance pieces such as the Gore-Tex Field Jackets meets a typically summerweight Terratex for a curious combination.

My Body, the Astra-Zeneca COVID Vaccine, and Health Tracking

At the beginning of March, I got my first shot of the much-discussed Astra-Zeneca vaccine – and it was a great chance to compare between personal feeling and…

Don’t Let Your Watch Teach You Bad Navigation Habits

The tools we use shape us. One aspect of sports/outdoors watches in which I have noticed this a lot is when it comes to navigation.