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Winter Speed Record on Arctic Circle Trail: Watch

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Jason Antin and Mike Chambers quest into the Arctic for a brutally cold FKT. In Greenland, the only known speed record of the Arctic Circle Trail was during summer. But this attempt was during the dead of winter.

From Stept Studios comes the film “In Due Time.” It documents two Merrell ambassadors as they complete the trail on skis, towing their food and equipment the entire time.

The trail runs 124 miles from the edge of a polar ice cap to the town of Sisimiut. Antin and Chambers completed the trail in 3 days, 12 hours, 6 minutes. You can read our story of the speed record here.

“In Due Time” tells of the physical journey, sure, but the film highlights in intimate detail the experience of two adventurers turned dads.

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