Sponsors

I am proud to represent some wonderful companies that have supported my sporting passion over the years.  I’ve been so fortunate to work with such great companies that believe in high quality and customer care.

Thank you to my current sponsors!

Horst Engineering Logo

Horst Engineering is a contract manufacturer of precision machined components and assemblies for aerospace, medical, and other high technology industries. Through Team Horst Sports, they have supported the endurance running, cycling, and multisport community since 1997.

I have been a member of their team since 2012. The owner, Bryce Thatcher, is always innovating and seeks continuous feedback from his athletes.

Inspired products for ultra athletes. UltrAspire makes amazing hydration and lighting products. Contact me for a discount code.

Untapped Maple products are so delicious and made with real food. Easy to digest, low on the glycemic index, full of nutrients! Plus it’s made in Vermont. And I LOVE Vermont!

Sun & Swell Foods

Sun & Swell’s journey has always been about more than just food. They believe that they have a responsibility to create a business that takes action to be better for both people and the planet. That’s why Sun & Swell pays close attention to the details when it comes to ingredient sourcing, employment practices, environmental sustainability, and philanthropy. Use DEBORAH.L10 for 10% off.

Ultrarunning Magazine has been the go-to publication for ultra and trail running information for me for my entire ultra running career. I have graced the pages on a few occasions but mostly I love it because there are so many great articles and photos every month in there! Contact me for $10 off your subscription or renewal!

2 Comments on “Sponsors

    • Barry,
      At this point in my running career I am using Altra’s. My feet have widened from 17 years of ultra running (and bearing kids). I was getting numbness and pain in the ball of my left foot and the right was beginning to have the same issues. Altra’s have illeviated the problem and I am grateful. Truthfully though all shoes should have wide toe boxes. Our toes are supposed to splay as we walk and run. Most shoes do not have the room for that. The only challenge I see for some with the Altra’s is that they are also zero drop.if you have tight calf muscles this could be a problem if you do not work your way down.
      Everybody is different and it is impossible to create a trail running sneaker that works for everyone.
      This is what works for me. I can only.suggest you give it a try and see how it goes.
      Debbie

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