Trail running clothing
However, one of the most demanding sporting modes in the mountain requires material that is up to date. For this reason, at Vertic we have a wide catalog of trailrunning clothing made up of products from the best outdoor brands, trying to be always at the forefront of a booming world.
In the pieces for trail running we must essentially demand three things. First of all, they must isolate our bodies from the outside temperature and regulate the indoor temperature, which should be a good insulator and favor the expulsion of sweat in the form of steam.
At the same time, its construction must protect us from possible scratches before elements that we can find on the road like stones, rocks or the vegetation itself, especially in areas such as chest and crotch. Remember that the conventional parts have seams too thick, and that is something that can significantly impair during training or the race by producing scratches or sores.
Finally, and no less important, it is that trailrunning clothing should be as lighter as possible and grant us total freedom of movement while we are running.
T-shirts for trail running
From Vertic we recommend the use of synthetic fibers in trailrunning shirts, as natural fibers such as cotton can be comfortable but tend to accumulate sweat and soak.
Synthetic fibers are lightweight, breathable and ease sweat in the form of steam, something essential during training or the race.
Our specialists recommend the use of short sleeve or sleeve running t-shirt in summer as well as during the warmer years of the year. On the other hand, when the cold appears, they must be long-sleeved, so that they allow the formation of a layer of air between the skin and the pieces.
Meshes or shorts for trail running
During the practice of this outdoor sport mode, the legs suffer the greatest workload. It is important, therefore, that the lower train of our body be equipped with comfortable pieces and not swollen.
In this sense, the use of short pants or maces for trail running are ideal, and, as with t-shirts, synthetic fibers are the best choice given their benefits.
To accompany the movement and minimize possible scratches, the maces for trail running must remain as tight as possible. In summer we recommend the use of short meshes, and in winter long meshes of synthetic fibers, since they are breathable, regulate body temperature and evaporate sweat in the form of steam.
And keep warm the muscles of our legs while we run is essential, because otherwise we may suffer some muscle contraction that forces us to stop the activity.
In the case of shorts, the advice of the Vertic specialists is the use of short pieces, which incorporate a lining in the interior and fine minimalist seams, in such a way that minimizes the possibility of suffering sores or rubbing during the race
Windshield for trail running
The trail trailers offer protection against the elements that WE CAN FIND in the mountain, Especially the wind and rain.
Running screens must be compact and lightweight, so that both their use as their storage in the backpack does not imply a nuisance or the extra weight load.
In addition, the fabric for the construction of the windshield for trail running must be fast drying, so that if it is wet, screw into its natural state as fast as possible.
Add-ons for trail running
Gloves and Caps are a few of the add-ons for trail running. Keeping warm on the head with cold is important for the practice of activity, which is one of the parts of the body through which heat is lost more easily. For this reason, the Vertic specialists recommend the use of Caps for running.
SAME happens with the GLOVES for trail running, which help regulate body temperature.
Socks for trail running
There are many Sending Designs for trail running. They are the first layer, the first external element that is in contact with our skin. So the first taverna of Running Socks is to provide protection to our feet.
Some Socks for running, in addition, are 1 preventive of injuries. In addition, its design takes into account factors such as Humidity, body temperature, blood circulation, pressure, friction, blistering or sweating, perspiration, the absence of seams or the presence of flat seams in the fingers area.