There are no giant mud pits to slosh in, only if you can't do monkey bars or fall off the balance beams! We suggest you wear your favorite running attire.
We suggest wearing:
- Light, quick drying running shorts and running shirt
- Regular pair of running shoes you train in. They could get wet, but you'll have time to dry them out. (A second pair is a good idea!)
- Socks you don’t mind throwing away (or being brown from now on)!
Sunglasses are nice, but make sure to hold on tight when in the mud and water.
Cameras are a blast, but make sure they’re waterproof!
Have a crazy costume? That’s fine, as long as your clothing does not put anyone (including yourself) in danger.
We recommend athletic clothing that you don't mind getting dirty, really dirty. Our pro team wears MudGear Compression Obstacle Race Socks, Icebug shoes with an awesome tread, and Xracewear apparel. Xracewear makes shorts and tops that hold your bib number so you don't need safety pins. For those looking to crush the course, visit them for great shoes, gloves, shirts, socks and other outdoor performance apparel.