Winter Running

Stay warm and dry through the miles, no matter how nasty the weather gets

Nov 3, 2008
Outside Magazine
Winter Running Apparel

1. Shoes Slushy roads are no match for the Gore-Tex uppers on Adidas's Supernova Sequence GTX. $110;

2. Shirt It's the little things—perfect fit, mesh vents, and a reflective logo—that make the ASICS Frankie our favorite cool-weather top. $42;

3. Glasses Julbo's Tracks have three lenses—dark gray polarized, orange, and clear—for any winter sky. $130;

4. Jacket With a vented back panel and trim fit, Sugoi's stretchy waterproof-breathable Majik Shell is our pick for sleet and snow. $170;

5. Pants Pearl Izumi's Alpine Elite Pant has thick, windproof panels up front, a breathable back, and water-resistant fabric at the calves to defend against splashes. $130;

6. Cap A microfleece headband adds extra warmth to Saucony's acrylic Knit Beanie. $20;

7. Gloves Zoot's windproof Ultra Thermo gloves are warm into the teens. $60;

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