Columbia Montrail tested by Project Trail runners

Columbia Montrail tested by Project Trail runners

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  August 17, 2016

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Columbia is proud to partner Project Trail 2016, kitting out the team with the upcoming Columbia Montrail collection, head to toe.

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For more than 75 years, Columbia has developed innovative products and technologies with one simple goal: they want you to enjoy the outdoors longer. Columbia is focused on accessible innovation; building common-sense solutions to keep you warm, dry, cool and protected.

This leading-edge approach to sportswear makes Columbia the perfect partner for Women’s Running’s Project Trail challenge. Our three winners will will be coached and kitted out by experts in order to take on an epic trail run.

If you didn’t make it into the Women’s Running Project Trail team, then you can still take part in an epic trail run. For Columbia, the UTMB® is an iconic and international event, bringing together the largest and most diverse global community of outdoor, mountain and trail running cultures. These runners test themselves on the most demanding, beautiful and inspiring trails in the world. 

This is a unique event (20-28 August 2016), travelling through three countries in Mont-Blanc territory and finishing in Chamonix. As the presenting partner, Columbia collaborates with the organization team, volunteers, partners and athletes in connecting active people with their passions by testing and developing its innovative outdoor technologies in the most demanding conditions. Enter here.

Discover more about Columbia Montrail here.  

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