Rugeme Hands Free Dog Leash and Belt with Pouch Review

Great Running Hands Free Dog Leash

I recently had the opportunity to review this great running leash. I sincerely wish I’d had this thing back when Jackson was in his running prime. Now, he can’t do more than a “mile, mile and a half.” Some people will get that reference, but I digress. Here’s the review I left on Amazon and the video that accompanied it. Plus, if you can dig it, you can buy the item on Amazon using this link!

This is a great runners and trainers leash. I was really surprised to find out it was as rugged and durable as it is. I used to run with my dog a bunch and would have loved to have had this thing. Running with a leash in your hand seems so antiquated now. You can set the leash to the length you wish and the dog is directly attached to you. You can also adjust the waist belt to fit your size. I was able to configure mine easily and took it for a jog with my dog. Great experience! The only drawbacks might be if you have a difficult dog who may pull on it more than you’d wish, but keeping your momentum should drag them out of whatever is garnering their attention. Please make sure you are sized correctly for the dog you want to run with before using this leash. If you are small with a large dog, they could pull you down. Remember you have a direct link to the dog. I love it and will certainly use this with my dog for easy runs in the future. *I received this item at a discount for my honest review.

Striders Compression Socks by Striders Etc. Review

These Socks Will Be In My Running Rotation

I recently had the opportunity to review the Striders Compression Socks from Striders Etc. I have to say I was shocked at how they felt at first. They made my feet feel really light. They worked great on my test run and they will be in my running rotation from now on for any distance over 3.1 miles. Check out the video below for more. If you like the review and want a pair for yourself, you can get them on Amazon here: