Just because the temperatures have dropped, it doesn’t mean you have to be stuck indoors running endless miles on a treadmill. Ditch that gym membership, join a running group and check out what you’ll need to tough it out when winter’s in full swing.
Starting from the bottom, but the most important for a runner, is the Nike Air Pegasus+ Shield. In addition to durability, comfort and support, the Air Pegasus+ is transfused with Nike Shield technology for increased protection against weather conditions.
Moving up, for pants, there’s the full-length adidas Reptile All Over Legging. There’s no reason why low temperatures should render you unfashionable, and the All Over Legging’s slim-fit will keep you warm without unnecessary restrictions.
Combating the frigid is about layers, so before we get to upper body outerwear, we suggest you start from underneath. The Nike Pro Core II Fitted is just what you need, and it happens to double as a standalone top should you take you workout indoors. Composed of Dri-FIT fabric, you’ll stay dry and warm on the inside, and cool on the outside.
A perfect complement to the Pro Core II Fitted, the Nike Element Thermal Hoodie is also composed of anti-sweat fabric. It’s form-fitting cut coupled with a zipper for adjustable ventilation make this the optimum choice from brisk to freezing temperatures.
Last accessory, but just as vital, to add to your cold weather gear arsenal is The North Face Power Stretch Women’s Gloves. A woman-specific fit and four-way stretchability will ensure that these gloves fit like, gloves. All that’s left is proper ventilation, and its breathable fabric has that under control.
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