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One of running's most hallowed events returns to the streets of Boston on April 15, and this year you're invited to be part of the Salomon on-course experience. Whether you're toeing the line in Hopkinton, or one of the tens of thousands cheering runners along the way, come be part of Boston's biggest party at the Runner's World x Salomon Town House Pop-up Shop at 179 Newbury Street.

From April 12-15, join us for a weekend of guest speakers, seminars, and more. Get in shakeout runs with the Salomon Running team and Runner's World editors, demo gear at the Runner's World Test Zone, and shop exclusive Boston merchandise:

Friday, April 12

Runner's World Test Zone: 11:00-7:00

Take new and not-yet-released Salomon running shoes for a spin, then give feedback that may be included in RW's shoe reviews online and in print.

Register

 

 

Runner's World Test Zone Group Run: 11:00 am

Take some of our latest road running shoes out for a relaxed three-mile run with RW editors.

 

 

Saturday, April 13

Runner's World Test Zone: 9:00-5:00

Take new and not-yet-released Salomon running shoes for a spin, then give feedback that may be included in RW's shoe reviews online and in print.

Register

 

Runner's World Test Zone Group Run: 11:00 am

Take some of our latest road running shoes out for a relaxed three-mile run with RW editors.

 

 

Sunday, April 14

Runner's World Test Zone: 9:00-5:00

Take new and not-yet-released Salomon running shoes for a spin, then give feedback that may be included in RW's shoe reviews online and in print.

Register

 

Runner's World Test Zone Group Run: 11:00 am

Take some of our latest road running shoes out for a relaxed three-mile run with RW editors.

 

 

Monday, April 15

Race Viewing Party: 9:00-2:00

Join the Salomon team and Runner's World editors to watch all 26.2 miles of racing from inside the townhouse.