Outfit change. Do not forget to pack a change of shoes, a towel and some spare clothes! The Mud Master aims to be muddy, but we don’t want you caked and cold after completing the course. There will be unisex changing rooms when you can get out of your wet clothes and into a fresh, dry set. Bring a plastic bag too so your soggy threads won’t spread the muck when you pack them away.
Whether you decide to run in work out clothes or choose to costume up – be aware that the more clothes you wear means more weight as you complete the course and get wet. Think about how restricting your outfit might be if you pick fancy dress – will things get caught or snag? Think about the material and how absorbent it might be and how this might hold you back.
Shoes are important! We wouldn’t suggest wearing your best but make sure they are comfortable and sturdy. The terrain and the obstacles require grip so put your best foot forward and be prepared with reliable shoes!