Marty Wacker is going from Vancouver to Tijuana logging 30-40 miles a day. Sure he may stop off and do a few races on the way… who wouldn’t? Our Men’s Shady Tech Shirt was perfect for running through the giant redwoods. Marty told us when he was standing under the tree crossing the trail, it was 50ft above his head! Good luck and safe travels!
Gratitude and Perspective
Kimberlee Hummel, pictured here in our Kimono Kit, is one of our inspiring ambassadors and is relentlessly positive in how she approaches life, MS and staying healthy. We invite you to take a moment to read more about her and enjoy the wonderful photos taken by her husband, Aki Hummel.
This INB Elite and owner of The Ultra Running Co. in Charlotte got a unicorn he’s been chasing all year. Huge congratulations to Nathan Leehman on taking First at the Uwharrie 100m in 23:28! Not only was it a sub-24 finish, but a new course record! Way to go! Nathan wore our Men’s ISO Tech Shirt which has a unicorn hidden in the geometry of the design. (A great gift for guys running Boston this year, but only a few left!)
Don’t Forget to Play!
As the The Year of the Monkey winds down, we have just a few of this awesome design left! Intelligent, playful, and even mischievous are just a few attributes of the monkey. The ancient character in red translates as “monkey”. With a calligraphic finishing brush stroke that suggests a curling tail, this shirt is a great reminder to stay curious, playful and have fun!
(Great Gift for anyone born in: 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004!)
Our Awesome Aussie!
Sending HUGE congratulations to INKnBURN Elite, Rachel Glasson, who set an Australian age group record (F45-49) last Sunday: 50K in 3:35:58! That’d be sub 5-minute kms for 50km… Wow! (Actually 4:19!!)Rachel is wearing our Serpent Capris with our classic Chameleon Racerback.
Pixels on the Move
This Pixel Tech Shirt is one of our most versatile designs that goes with everything! The perfect shirt to be sure you are seen in a race or just training on the road. Inspired by the arcade games of the 80’s this shirt starts out with flat pixels that break away into 3D cubes. This photo is of Linzie Starr, one of our relentlessly positive ambassadors, at a Garmin photo shoot.