You do know you can run in snow *snow , don't you?! ;-)

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Jan 2021
6:11pm, 10 Jan 2021
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Can report that Nanos work well on thick ice and deep snow too. Not as well as the Micros, but no need to change when hitting occasional bare rock trails or tarmac. 12.5 miles in Ochils in occasionally shin deep snow and often 2cm plus thick ice and not a single slip. :-) G
Jan 2021
11:46am, 11 Jan 2021
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Evidence (with pictures!)

Shameless blog plug! :-) G
Feb 2021
8:45am, 8 Feb 2021
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Loads of snow this morning and it's still coming down. Very excited for a lunchtime run in the snow. Feel like shouting out the window at all the people clearing it. lol

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