Run for the Journey

Run for the Journey

NEW ARRIVALS

OUR STORY

Our name comes from the Oxford track where Roger Bannister ran the first sub four-minute mile in 1954. 

For Bannister and pacemakers Chris Brasher and Chris Chataway, running was part - but not all - of their life. We love the idea of running as part of a broader healthy lifestyle, and we talk more about this in our manifesto.

Our tri-stripe ribbon pays tribute to the original Amateur Athletics Association (AAA) colours from the ‘50s.

TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE

We make sportswear that is technical, stylish and ethically sourced.

To that end we work only with European fabrics and manufacture primarily in the UK and Europe. Our look is pared back and classic, avoiding short-lived trends and the fast-fashion mindset.

FROM THE JOURNAL

How to Stay Motivated to Run

How to Stay Motivated to Run

Like many runners we were so excited with the recent talk of parkrun restarting. Of course that isn’t now happening. The brief window of “real races” also looks set to...
Iffley Road
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10 Ways To Look After Your Mental Health

10 Ways To Look After Your Mental Health

Saturday October 10th is World Mental Health Day.  Whilst anxiety and stress are an issue for many people, this is even more so this year with the Covid pandemic and...
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How To Stay Fit As You Age

How To Stay Fit As You Age

One gripe of mine is the notion that your body changes for the worse as you get older. Received wisdom says that we lose muscle; our metabolism slows; and we...
Iffley Road
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The Best New Running Books of 2020

The Best New Running Books of 2020

To celebrate National Read A Book Day – an annual event to promote reading – we've taken a look at some of the latest running books out in 2020 to shortlist...
Iffley Road
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