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Maxel High Fashion Shoes
(907) 929-3396
360 Boniface Pkwy # 9
Anchorage, AK
 
Corral West Ranchwear
(907) 258-9378
3101 Penland Pkwy
Anchorage, AK
 
Alaska Walk Fit
(907) 868-9255
2490 E 42nd Ave
Anchorage, AK
 
Foot Locker
(907) 276-4230
3101 Penland Pkwy # E5
Anchorage, AK
 
Foot Locker
(907) 258-3719
320 W 5th Ave # 118
Anchorage, AK
 
Payless Shoesource
(907) 276-2320
3101 Penland Parkway Northway Mall
Anchorage, AK
 
Northern Orthopedics Inc.
(907) 561-1777
4200 Lake Otis Pkwy Suite 101
Anchorage, AK
 
Northway Mall
(907) 276-5520
3101 Penland Pkwy
Anchorage, AK
 
Famous Footwear
(907) 258-1011
3046 Mtn View Dr Ste 110
Anchorage, AK
 
Skinny Raven Sports
(907) 274-7222
800 H St
Anchorage, AK
 

K-Swiss K-Ruuz $85

K-Swiss K-Ruuz $85
The swiftest member of the K-Swiss running family features the same serious focus as the rest of the line.  

It also features a few triathlon-inspired touches: laces with link-sausagelike texture to stay tied, drainage through the shank, and perforations at the toe and heel for air flow (which K-Swiss calls its “FlowCool System”). The upper is open mesh with HF-welded midfoot overlays. The midsole is very low profile with a Superfoam crash pad and Strobel board for cushioning. There’s a small medial post for stability, which is especially useful in a racer since fatigue usually results in reduced biomechanical efficiency (you know, your form breaks down as you near the end of a race). Overall, the K-Ruuz is an excellent racer for the speedy, but it’s so lightweight that it’s better suited to shorter races.

  • Sizes: men 8–12,13,14; women 5.5–10,11
  • Weight: 6.0 oz. (men’s 11); 4.6 oz. (women’s 8)
  • Shape: semi-curved Fit: snug heel, close-fitting forefoot
  • For: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics to very mild overpronation
  • Range: efficient runners - up to 35K or beyond; heavy strikers - up to 15K
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Equinox Marathon
September
Fairbanks, AK
racedirector@equinoxmarathon.org
http://www.equinoxmarathon.org
The Equinox Marathon starts, and ends, on the soccer field close to the Student Rec Center and the Patty Center Gym on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. The course quickly climbs approximately 200 feet to Yukon Drive, where runners and hikers take a right turn and proceed on Yukon Drive to Kuskokwim Drive and another slight hill climb before heading downhill on Kuskokwim Drive and turning into the woods - at this point you are ? of a mile into the course. The course runs on trails for approximately ? of a mile until you head out onto the bike path next to Ballaine Lake - only to quickly turn back into the woods and follow trails along a rolling course that eventually takes the participants out to the intersection of Yankovich Road and Ballaine Road {approx. Mile 2.4 of the course}. Runners are only on Ballaine Road for 2/10 of a mile before they turn back into the woods and onto trails that cross Kittiwake Drive and then Sandpiper Drive. Mile 3 is just before coming out to Ballaine Road again. The course follows Ballaine Road. for approx. .3 mile then heads back onto the trail and begins a gentle climb as it crosses Sparrow Court, continuing on a rolling trail to Kittiwake Drive and Mile 4 of the course. The course has runners crossing Dalton Trail before heading into single track trail across of what is now Magoffin Highlands, a subdivision with a trail easement that extends to the east boundary of the Musk Ox Farm (aka Large Animal Research Station --- LARS).
Humpy's Classic Marathon
August
Anchorage, AK
bwlr@anchoragerunningclub.org
http://www.humpysmarathon.com/
BIG WILD LIFE RUNS CHANGES COURSE: One of the most exciting aspects of this year's Big Wild Life Runs is a change in course structure to better support the thousand or so individuals who will participate in 2010. Heidi Beer, the BWL Runs committee member entrusted with much of the course design, says that the Anchorage Running Club made the decision to alter the BWL courses to pull the focus downtown, where a common start and finish will provide racers and spectators with needed space. "We want to encourage everyone to make a day of it," Beer says. "Like an Italian piazza, we're offering food, music, and tons of room for people to cheer on the racers." It's about community as much as racing, for sure.
ConocoPhillips Mayor's Marathon
June
Anchorage, AK
track@uaa.alaska.edu
http://www.mayorsmarathon.com
Prince of Wales Island International Marathon
May
Craig, AK
powmarat@powmarathon.org
http://www.powmarathon.org
Members of the Prince of Wales Runners Club-member of the Road Runners Club of America-which provides race insurance and 501c3 status -and non-member volunteers from Prince of Wales Island help organize the Prince of Wales International Marathon.Prince of Wales Island, located in southern Southeast Alaska, is the third largest island in the United States. It is home to ten communities whose residents share the mountains, rivers, and forests with a wide variety of wildlife including eagles, deer, elk, bears, and many other species, some of which runners of the marathon are sure to see as they traverse the island. Prince of Wales is especially active during the summertime when salmon return to their streams to spawn.
Southeast Road Runners Frank Maier Marathon
July
Juneau, AK
bribezenek@gmail.com
http://www.southeastroadrunners.org/marathon.htm
This is a small town, USTAC-certified, out-and-back, sea level, moderately hilly, marathon run on the lightly traveled two-lane paved Douglas and North Douglas highways in Juneau Alaska. The course has been compared in difficulty to the course for the Boston Marathon. This Southeast Road Runners sponsored event is run the first Saturday in August. The scenic course offers views of mountains, glaciers, forests, and the ocean. The start/finish is at the new picnic shelter at Sandy Beach, Savikko Park, in Douglas. Most marathoners come from out-of-town and out-of-state. Custom etched-glass awards to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place men- and women-finishers in open and masters (40+) age divisions! Finisher medal and T-shirt, complete results, and, if your lucky, an on-course photo for all marathoners.