Caitlin Giddings, Outside Magazine

Caitlin Giddings

Outside Magazine

Austin, TX, United States

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Recent:
  • Outside Magazine
Past:
  • Runner's World
  • Bicycling Magazine

Recent articles by Caitlin:

In Case You Ever Want to Unicycle 21,000 Miles...

Ed Pratt unicycled 21,000 miles over three years. These were his critical items. → Read More

A New Nonprofit Is Betting on Psychedelic Therapy

Mike Sinyard's new foundation, Project New Day, promotes the use of hallucinogens like mushrooms to treat addiction and PTSD. → Read More

I Loved Bike Touring—Until I Got Paid to Do It

Seduced by the idea of turning my hobby into a paycheck, I led bike tours across the U.S. throughout my twenties. As I learned, some passion pursuits are best left pro bono. → Read More

Gyakusou Nike Pegasus 36 Trail

This Nike X Gyakusou collaboration gives the Pegasus 36 Trail a new, high-fashion upper. → Read More

Hoka One One and Engineered Garments Just Dropped the Wildest Bondi B Yet

The collaboration between Hoka One One and fashion label Engineered Garments begs the question: Who needs two shoes that match? → Read More

Beer-Loving Trail Runners, Rejoice: The Merrell Agility Synthesis X Dogfish Head

Merrell just launched a shoe collaboration with Dogfish Head. Fans of SeaQuench Ale will recognize the new sea-foam green Agility Synthesis Flex trail shoe → Read More

Carve Trails with Palace Skateboards’ New Salomon Speedcross 4

The London-based skateboarding brand Palace reimagined one of our technical trail favorites, the Salomon Speedcross 4. → Read More

The Rereleased Nike Daybreak Is a Piece of Women’s Marathon History

The retro sneaker took home Olympic gold in 1984 on the feet of Joan Benoit Samuelson. → Read More

Best Deodorants for Women Who Run

We put a box full of deodorants and antiperspirants to the test. Here’s what kept us feeling freshest during and after a run. → Read More

Nike Zoom X Vista Grind

The thick sole on this eccentric women's shoe is built from ZoomX production scraps. → Read More

New Balance 801 + 990 Trail Runner

The Foot Locker exclusive is a retro mash-up for all-day wear. → Read More

Cyclists Search for Courage and Meaning Amid Senseless Tragedy

More than two cyclists are killed in the U.S. by drivers each day. How car culture is threatening our freedom to ride. → Read More

Saucony’s Grid Web Is a Retro Blast from the Recent Past

The early ’aughts trainer just dropped in a period-appropriate colorway. → Read More

The New AsicsTiger Tarther OG Is a Monochrome Classic

Inspired by a racing tiger, the 1983 performance shoe is back for casual wear. → Read More

Supernatural Cushioning: Nike’s ‘Stranger Things’ Air Tailwind ‘79

The Nike X Stranger Things Air Tailwind ‘79 arrives just in time for this season’s trip to the Upside Down. → Read More

The Reebok Classic Leather RC 1.0 Is Back and So Very 1980s

Once designed to cushion your run for miles, the Reebok Classic Leather RC 1.0 returns for casual wear. → Read More

Balenciaga’s Track.2 Is Even More Over-Engineered Than the Original

The Balenciaga Track.2 begs the question: Would you like more overlays with those overlays? → Read More

First Look: Nike’s New Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 and Zoom Fly 3

The Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 and Zoom Fly 3 join the Air Zoom Pegasus 36 and ZoomX Vaporfly Next% to round out Nike’s 2019 Zoom family. → Read More

Hang onto Your Wetsuit: Saucony Is Re-Releasing Its Aya Triathlon Shoe

The Saucony Aya, a 1994 triathlon running shoe, gets a re-release as a retro running sneaker. → Read More

Nike’s Latest Pegasus Is Ready for Road and Trail

The Air Zoom Pegasus Trail 36 is the first off-road Peg since the 2000s. → Read More