Product Reviews

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Baseball Glove Review – by Dog Musgrave

When it comes to gloves in obstacle racing there are three main schools of thought: 1. Those who prefer wearing them to protect their hands 2. Those that do not 3. And those few with superiority complexes who think that gloves should be banned and if you wear them you are weak (yet shoes are ...

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Reebok Terrain OCR Shoes

Reebok have entered the obstacle racing market recently with much fanfare, from naming rights sponsor of Spartan Race to a range of obstacle racing specific gear.   One of the first to hit Australian shores are the All Terrain shoes which two Obstacle Racers got to test out and do a review on them for ...

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Osprey Hydration Belt Product Review by Erin Treloar
Osprey Hydration Belt Product Review by Erin Treloar

I’ll start by saying the belt would be great if going for a walk or slow jog. When you get a speed up and run, especially up and down hills which is done in obstacle racing, it bounces up and down a fair bit.  Going under obstacles and crawling it gets caught a little on ...

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G-Loves – by Susanne ‘Soozy Slugworth’ Elliot

I was so excited when I received the gloves in the mail. I was lucky enough to win the opportunity to give them a test run and review. I ripped open the package from G-Loves and this is what it contained: The Peacock design G-Loves A zip lock hard wear plastic bag to store gloves ...

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Obstacle Armour Product Review – by Dog Musgrave

Some out there believe that obstacle racing is all about getting cut up and bruised and wearing scars like badges of honour for days and weeks after each event.  These folk scoff at the thought of gloves or padding or other protective items – yet for some reason they are all still wearing shoes to ...

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WIN a $50 Organic Coconut Oil Body Scrub Prize Pack

If you’ve ever had trouble getting the mud or the texta off your skin after the race, Shop Naturally  have given us the perfect way to get clean & shiny again with this prize pack. You’ll have a 1 litre tub of Nuigini Organics Coconut Oil and the Eco Tan exfoliating glove to scrub away ...

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Geigerrig Rig Ultra (Cadence) Hydration System – by Nigel McIntosh

Bladder: 1.5 Litre., quick-release valves for drinking tube and pressurization tube for easy refill and bladder removal, slide top for easy refill, cleaning and drying. Fabric: Poly Mesh – Stretch, Breathable, Light Weight Length: 40cm Width: 33cm Weight: 500 grams Where Geigerrigs differs from other hydration packs in the market is the pump, which inflates an pocket in bladder which ...

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XRacewear Running Shorts – by Dan ‘Dragon’ Lemoto

A few things I look for when considering apparel for any elite sport are encompassed by a common question : ‘Is this item fit for purpose’. In my opinion, my latest review relates to Obstacle Racing Shorts provided by Obstacle Racers Australia. I recently tested the shorts over two rounds of the Spartan Race Super ...

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Sharkskin Review – by Dog Musgrave

Like most Obstacle Racers, I just hit the course for a bit of fun.  I do lots of them, but I am incredibly average and just to finish upright is the goal.  I don’t spend hours at a gym or bootcamp working on my fitness or strength or endurance, but might head along to bootcamp ...

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Bodyglide Reviews – by Melissa, Brendon and Chrissy

The body glide was great. I wore it running in the Gold Coast Marathon and it was so good, I didn’t get any chaffing or blisters!  I usually get friction marks on my arms and was very surprised to see the with the Body Glide I got no marks so a positive review from me – would highly ...

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