Limited-release Coros Pace 3 Eliud Kipchoge Edition
Lightweight GPS packed with features, now in a Kenyan-inspired colorway and design
Available now for $249
Is it a coincidence that Kenyan and Christmas colorways go together like Santa and sleigh bells? Yes, one hundred percent. But it’s no coincidence that Coros just dropped its second Eliud Kipchoge collaboration with the just-released Coros Pace 3 EK Edition, featuring some custom touches exclusive to this limited-edition model.
We knew this was coming after we saw Kipchoge wearing the watch during his record-breaking fifth win at the 2023 Berlin Marathon, but we didn’t know it was arriving just in time for your holiday wish list fulfillment.
And while we loved the first collaboration in the Coros Pace 2, this one exceeds that one in every way. For starters, we’re talking about the Pace 3, a lightweight GPS watch packed with all the essential features you need, like 38 hours of battery life in full GPS mode, offline music, breadcrumb navigation and back-to-start features, optical heart rate monitor, barometric altimeter, and more.
What’s different about this version? As you can see, it looks a bit different than the other versions out there, featuring a Kenyan-inspired geometric print design on the nylon strap, in addition to red and green buttons on the case of the watch. That’s about it, as far as differences from the standard Pace 3, but it also bumps the price up to $249 from $229.
We’re not sure how limited this release is, but we’d imagine it’s under 2,000 units worldwide, as this was the case with past limited releases by Coros.
The Coros Pace 3 Eliud Kipchoge Edition is available now at coros.com for $249. From now through December 1, get a free workout bag with any purchase over $300 (you’d have to add a heart rate monitor or another product to qualify).
Robbe is the senior editor of Believe in the Run. He loves going on weird routes through Baltimore, finding trash on the ground, and running with the Faster Bastards. At home in the city, but country at heart. Loves his two boys more than anything. Has the weakest ankles in the game.More from Robbe