Base Development: Concept
The best advice I have read about training in 2020, in the new reality we find ourselves in, is to cut off the top end of your training. You aren’t going to need top end speed or the ability to muscle through the tail end of the marathon, so don’t take the training, social and injury risk to maintain it.
LAST Sounds Vol. 1
As you tune to the sounds of LAST. Our founders personal selection of sounds to keep your mind in check. Tracks are not 180 bpm Kipchoge's pace to help you in your daily solitude runs but to inspired and motivate us all to keep everything in check. Follow us on Apple Music or ...
LAST Runner: Through the eyes of Mun
The debut edition of LAST Runner features MK. Singapore based full time photographer creating visual magic through the eyes of his lens. A master in his field...
A cap for all: MOLLE System Pt 4
First developed and introduced to the US Army in the 90's by Speciality Defense Systems, the MOLLE system had gone through several iterations and is now widely used in non-military equipment, such as securing or mounting pouches and safety lights on hiking backpacks and vests.
A cap for all: Safety Light Pt 3
Running during the pre-dawn or late-night hours is almost never a choice. When morning or evening runs aren’t possible due to other commitments, these may be the only windows of time you can squeeze a run in.
A cap for all: Fabrics Pt 2
Basic requirements: Looks good, feels good.
"Feels good" means the fabric must not cause any discomfort for the wearer. Comfort has been defined as "a pleasant state of physiological, psychological and physical harmony"* between the wearer and their environment.
A cap for all: Research & Development Pt 1
“I’m no great runner, by any means. I’m at an ordinary – or perhaps more like mediocre – level. But that’s not the point. The point is whether or not I improved over yesterday. In long-distance running the only opponent you have to beat is yourself, the way you used to be.”
- HARUKI MURAKAMI