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Arc’teryx Running Challenge: Log Miles, Win Prizes

Download the Arc’teryx RUN22 app and track some runs for a chance to win $200 in Arc’teryx gear.

Arc’teryx wants to give you $200 in running and trail gear in honor of Global Run Day (June 1). To become eligible, download the iOS- and Android-compatible RUN22 app before June 1 and get ready to move your body between June 3 and June 5. Arc’teryx will contact prize winners via email by June 14.

a graphic with text on top of a runner in a desert landscape. Text reads "Arc'teryx run/22. Join the run."

Enter Before Global Run Day, June 1

Unfortunately, the event is only open to runners living in the following communities: Vancouver, Whistler, Victoria, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Boston, Chicago, Colorado, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Washington, D.C., Minneapolis, Oslo, and London.

If you hit the trails or pound the pavement in one of these cities, download the RUN22 app before June 1, 2022. Once you’ve logged in, select your region and distance and sign up for a local leaderboard. The event runs between June 3 and June 5 and covers 10k and 5k distances.

The app will suggest local routes, but you can also create your own! You can walk, run, or wheelchair the distance. You are golden as long as you use the Arc’teryx RUN22 app to log the run!

A screen shot showing the interface of the Arc'teryx run app
(Screenshot/Arc’teryx RUN22 app)


Arc’teryx will select 60 winners from each regional 10k and 5k leaderboard and award each person $200 worth of Arc’teryx gear. Prizes will include shoes, water bottles, and other trail gear.

Winners can pick up their prizes from their local Arc’teryx store between June 7 and July 11, 2022. You can find out more about the event on the Arc’teryx blog.

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