9 Perfect Layering Pieces for Cold-Weather Workouts
Fair-weather runners take note: Weâ€™ve got goalsâ€”like running our best half marathon ever this springâ€”so we arenâ€™t going to let this moody winter weather sideline us. And you shouldnâ€™t either.
Need help sticking to your running regimen? Throw on a couple of these layers to keep you warm as you tick off the miles.
Turn down a winter run for what? Just slip into the Under Armour Devo Leggings ($64; amazon.com)â€” the inner thermo coating keeps body heat locked in.
The little silver dots on the inside of the Columbia Midweight II Long Sleeve Baselayer Top ($23-36; amazon.com) arenâ€™t just cool looking; they reflect your body heat for the ultimate defense against falling temps.
Perfect for extra chilly days, the New Balance Ultra Half Zip ($85; amazon.com) is a lightweight, nylon blend layer that adds core coverage, while mesh inserts ensure you donâ€™t overheat once you get in the zone.
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Donâ€™t let this sleek quilted number fool you, the wind-resistant Asics Thermo Windblocker ($77; amazon.com) is primed to wrestle cold airâ€”and win!
Cap it off
Put a cap on your body heat with this brushed fleece Nike CW Reversible Running Knit Hat ($22; nike.com). And, yes, it's two hats in one!
The Lululemon Run with Me Neck Warmer ($28; lululemon.com) is a pretty practical piece: Rock it pulled over your nose and mouth, cinch the draw cord to keep it close to your neck, or wear it scrunched down like a circle scarf.
Give those snowy days a jab with these bright North FaceÂ Power Stretch Gloves ($23; 6pm.com)â€” their quick drying surface will make sure the white stuff doesnâ€™t soak through.
The Smartwool PhD Run Ultra Light Kneehigh Socks ($26; amazon.com) arenâ€™t your average knee-highs; theyâ€™re made with merino wool to give the cold a swift kick.
Battle against the cold with the Adidas ClimaHeat Rocket Boost Shoes ($110; adidas.com). Their ClimaHeat technologyâ€” essentially a cozy little heated barrierâ€”keeps feet toasty and protected.
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