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Birkenstock
(207) 892-9931
12 Beech Rd
Standish, ME
 
Payless Shoesource
(207) 892-1181
795 Roosevelt Trail Windham Mall
North Windham, ME
 
Maine Running Company; Walkabout Footwear
(207) 773-6601
563 Forest Avenue
Portland, ME
 
Sportshoe Center
(207) 885-0793
448 Payne Rd
Scarborough, ME
 
Insightful Products
(207) 885-0414
2 Lincoln Ave # 8
Scarborough, ME
 
Payless Shoesource
(207) 854-5235
11 Main St Westbrook Plaza
Westbrook, ME
 
Sportshoe Center Inc
(207) 885-0793
Route 302
Windham, ME
 
Payless Shoe Source
(207) 879-0645
1064 Brighton Ave
Portland, ME
 
Iron Age Footwear Center
(207) 878-0556
306 Warren Ave
Portland, ME
 
Dsw Shoe Warehouse
(207) 775-5970
198 Maine Mall Rd
South Portland, ME
 

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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Peak Performance Maine Marathon
October
Portland, ME
racedirector@mainemarathon.com
http://www.mainemarathon.com
The Maine Marathon features an out-and-back course for all three races -- marathon, relay and half marathon. The spectator-friendly course starts and finishes along our beautiful inner bay -- the Back Cove. The first and last four miles are mostly flat. All three races are together for the first six miles before the half marathon heads back to Portland. In between, runners enjoy Mackworth Point in Falmouth (just north of Mackworth Island), a short but gorgeous detour off Route 1. The course then returns to Route 1 and turns onto Route 88, where runners pass many stately homesThe half marathon course includes a few small hills between Miles 5 and 7. After that it is mostly flat on its return to Portland, again crossing the very scenic Martin's Point Bridge area.
Mount Desert Island marathon
October
Bar Harbor, ME
information@mdimarathon.org
http://www.mdimarathon.org
TransCanada Sugarloaf Marathon
May
Carrabassett Valley, ME, ME
marathon@sugarloaf.com
http://www.sugarloaf.com/EventsActivities/marathon.html
The 1999/2000 season marked the 50th anniversary of the Sugarloaf Ski Club, the oldest club of its kind in Maine. During the past 50 years, sugarloaf has been able to host premier events such as the U.S. Alpine Nationals, the U.S. Freestyle Nationals, the U.S. Snowboard Grand Prix, the National Junior Olympics, the North American Championship Series, and the S.I.S.E. Cup Eastern Masters Championships. The Ski Club helps recruit, train, and direct competition volunteers which enables Sugarloaf Mountain to hold alpine, freestyle, and snowboard events throughout the ski season. The Club also provides funds through its youth grant program, including administration of a town-sponsored scholarship program, to instruct young recreational and competitive skiers and snowboarders. From being an integral part of cutting the first trails to organizing on-mountain events today, the Sugarloaf Ski Club has been a major presence in local history. We are located in the Competition Center right on the mountain.