This is not a joke but it is nice to start something new. Starting on my fifth year, I will be featuring pictures of me in my running attire and who knows other runners will be featured in this blog in their favorite “running kits”, too!
Running Cap by ASICS
Sunglass by Oakley (Asian Fit)
White T-shirt From A Runner’s Circle (Los Angeles)
ADIDAS Soccer Shorts (without panty-liner, no pockets and very light!)
Running Socks by Drymax
Shoes: ASICS Gel-LyteRacer (Japan)
Watches: TIMEX With HR Monitor & Garmin Forerunner 305
You have to excuse me for being an amateur in my picture as this was taken from the self-timer of my old Canon IXUS Digital Camera with the backyard of our house in Los Angeles. I hope things will improve on the quality of the pictures to be published in the future posts.
Yes, this is a copycat of the popular “The Sartorialist” which is now considered as a multi-million dollar worth fashion blog in the Internet. I am not saying that this blog will be after the concept of showing pictures of runners with the ultimate purpose of raising some money. But who knows? This could be another option where one can raise funds to support our elite runners for international exposure. There is only one way to find out but to start and take the first step, so to speak!
Next time, the published pictures will just be pictures without any description. And there will be NO make-up or “photoshop” refinement of each picture. The more you are messed up with your sweat, the better!
If you can not make it with speed, finish your race and flaunt your nice running apparel!
Who will be the next model? You can make a comment in this post if you are interested.
Good luck to those who will be joining the 2012 New York City Marathon this Sunday! Run Happy!
3 thoughts on “The Running Sartorialist”
this is nice 🙂 more exposure for those in the running community. i’m interested!
Great!! What about a 70 years old runner making a running fashion statement?
I’ve been running for a year now (though previously it’s just once a week). I should have found your blog earlier.
I really like your adventures running ultra distances. When I view your pictures of our beautiful country, it reminds me of my rides about years ago. I used to explore a lot of places with my friends in motorcycle but now, I focus on running. I want to enjoy the place more in “slow motion”.
thanks for sharing your adventures, tips and lots of information. I really learned a lot these past few days from reading your blog posts.