Black Friday deals for ultra runners

By Sarah Cooke

It’s that time of year again and RunUltra has put together a selection of great Black Friday deals offering discounts on ultra running gear. You might even find the perfect Christmas gift for the ultra marathoner in your life.

Polar GPS watches

Polar are offering a 20% discount code from 27th to 30th November. You can read about Polar Ambassador Susie Chan and her Polar Grit X watch here.

Salomon

Salomon are offering significant Cyber Week discounts on many of their shoes, including the Supercross range.

Runners Need

Runners Need are offering the Ultimate Direction FKT vest for £48 (RRP £80) – an absolute steal!

Poles from Blacks

Blacks are offering discounts on a range of poles including Leki and Black Diamond. They also have a Black Friday 20% discount code than can be applied to certain lines for the duration of Black Friday.

OS Maps

OS Maps are offering 20% off everything including maps, their app, GPS devices and outdoor gear. The offer ends on Monday 30th November.

Inov-8 ‘Green Friday’

For a greener approach to Black Friday, Inov-8 are donating 5% of every Black Friday purchase to planting trees in collaboration with Cumbria Wildlife. They have a range of offers including over 70% off some waterproof jackets.

Happy shopping!

"Runners Need are offering the Ultimate Direction FKT vest for £48 (RRP £80) – an absolute steal!"

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