Top 6 Gifts for Your Favorite Mud Runner

Mud Running Gift Guide

Don’t know what to get for your favorite mud runner or athlete this year? Check out our Top 6 gift ideas.

Salomon Fellraiser

The Inov-8 Talons are one of the best shoes on the market right now for obstacle course racers, especially when it comes to comfort for long events. The cleats give you solid traction, especially in the mud, and they drain water very quickly.

For some more shoe recommendations for Mud Runners, check out our mud run shoe recommendations.

A Mud Run Entry

For the person who doesn’t need more stuff but maybe needs a goal to aim for or loves to pack their calendar full of events, an entry into a Mud Run is an awesome gift. Better yet, sign yourself up as well and enjoy the day together.

Obstacle Course Race Training Books

If you know that your friend or family member has been considering a Mud Run for a while, maybe some concrete training info will give them just the push they need. Check out Mud Running HQ’s ebook, or if you prefer an actual book to put under the tree, try out Obstacle Race Training Bible.

Training Equipment

There’s a lot of excellent training equipment out there that can help give your favorite mud runner an edge on upcoming races. Kettlebells are an excellent asset when it comes to getting a fun workout that builds functional strength.

Mud Running Socks

We know what you are thinking: socks are the epitome of a boring present! But for an avid Mud Runner, these moisture-wicking socks can make a huge difference. Feet take quite a beating during an event especially if you’re wearing normal cotton socks. DryMax socks help keep a mud runner’s foot comfortable even after the mud pits.

Energy Gels

hammer_gel_packs_t670Energy Gel packs make for excellent stocking stuffers for mud runners/athletes on your list. These gel packets from Hammer are an easy and convenient way to keep athletes going strong and avoid bonking on long workouts or races.

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