Running Mad, the new name in Après Running from the UK.
Striving to be unique, to embrace the spirit and joy of running. Urban architecture to the wide open spaces of the country. From steady runs taking in the sights to the speed and effort of competition. When the wind blows and the sun shines, from cooling summer showers to driving winter snow – running makes you feel alive.
Wherever we can, organically sourced cottons, the use of recycled or recyclable materials. No packaging just a simple label you should recycle. Trying to think ahead and as the Brand grows so we will do more. Mostly the clothing available will be in limited numbered ranges, often printed to demand as after all who wants over production and waste. So if you see it, like the colour and the print then it is advised you grab yourself a piece of the action, as once its gone then well, it is gone.
Then there is Bod. Our resident pictured runner. Bod, is whoever you want them to be, running wherever you want Bod to be. We are all a little ‘Bod’, running carefree for the love of running. The socialable and healthy runner, yet also someone who is also prepared to push their own limits.
Be more ‘Bod’, which ever way the road or trail takes you.
This is Running Mad.
Running Mad is a collaboration between one of the country’s most knowledgeable independent running stores based in Sheffield and local artist, Si Brown.
The Running Mad range of Apres Clothing is available in store and online Here >>
"I’m a mountaineer who runs, and an artist who takes a sometimes slantways look at our shared world".
"I'm a mountaineer who runs, and an artist, living in the Sheffield City Region. I work with cameras & sketchbooks, occasionally writing, occasionally filmmaking; very occasionally sculpture.
The Running Mad range features some of my cartoon sketches, usually inspired by a slantways look at running & climbing. I work wherever I happen up, though local commuter trains are difficult, independent coffee shops are a favourite. The final drawings are technical pen, on heavy cartridge; this I enjoy, & my hyperactive dyslexia can handle, the simple lines & restricted palette.
I hope you enjoy seeing these, and Bod’s adventures, as much as I enjoy creating them..."