Gear Up for Any Weather
What you wear can make all the difference between an enjoyable cold-weather run and a bitter battle with the elements. These pieces will keep you a happy camper.
Ace of Base
Made with stretch knit, the North Face women's long-sleeve RDT V-neck ($45; thenorthface.com) wicks moisture superfast to help skin stay dry in the cold.
Frigid days call for a midlayer: fleece-lined Under Armour Cold Gear Cozy 1/2 Zip ($55; underarmour.com).
Are you a night runner? Glass beading on the Nike Allover Flash jacket ($450; nike.com) keeps you truly illuminated.
The Brooks Ghost 6 GTX ($140; brooksrunning.com) are outfitted with Gore-Tex, so snow won't turn shoes soggy.
Strategically placed compression fabric lets the Adidas Supernova Long tights ($65; adidas.com) move with you.
The Magic Touch
Touch-screen-friendly tips on the Columbia Precision Touch gloves ($35; columbia.com) make it easier to work your smartphone without exposing fingers.
Made with 800-fill goose down, the Nike Aeroloft vest ($180; nike.com) warms your core without overheating you.
Thumbholes and a high collar on the Moving Comfort Foxie 1/2 Zip ($98; movingcomfort.com) offer coverage to exposed areas.
The ceramic lining in the Under Armour Cold Gear Infared Tactical leggings ($55; underarmour.com) absorbs and retains body heat.
Although the Gore-Tex-covered New Balance 910s ($135; newbalance.com) are for trails, their nubby soles work well on snow, too.
Upgrade your winter beanie with the Fluff Off Run hat ($48; lululemon.com). The fleece warms your head, while a wide brim deflects snow. Unsnap earflaps for extra protection.