Winter Running

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

    Photo: Photograph by Shana Novak

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

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; asics.com

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

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; sugoi.com

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; pearlizumi.com

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

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

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