Moving Comfort Rebound Racer Bra
Start with a supportive base, like Moving Comfort’s soft and moisture-wicking Rebound Racer bra.
Icebreaker Oasis Crewe Scroll
Keep sweat off your skin with Icebreaker’s merino wool Oasis Crewe Scroll, a base layer that’s as good at keeping you dry as it is stylish.
Sugoi RPM Thermal Pants
You can work up a sweat safely in temps as low as ten below zero, but over- or underdress and the risk of hypothermia or frostbite increases exponentially. Consider adding Sugoi’s wind- and water-resistant RPM Thermal pants, which have zippers at the ankles to help them fit over shoes.
Smartwool TML Mid-Hoody
With a high neck and close-fitting hood, SmartWool’s TML Mid-Hoody will stave off bracing wind.
Athleta Headwinds Vest
When it’s really nasty out, we’re big fans of Athleta’s windproof Headwinds vest. Rear vents dump heat, and one of the four pockets is big enough to hold a water bottle.
Sigg Wide Mouth Water Bottle
Keep hydrated with Sigg's aluminum, leakproof Wide Mouth water bottle.
Don’t forget your head and hands: Lightweight synthetic gloves like Loki’s Liners will keep you warm.
Chaos Thermal Regulation Evo Tech Beanie
Chaos’s simple but cozy wool-poly blend Thermal Regulation Evo Tech beanie is great for winter runs.
Magellan eXplorist 310 GPS
The stakes are higher in winter, so if you don’t know the area you’re heading to, stash the Magellan eXplorist 310, a small and easy-to-use GPS with preloaded worldwide maps, in your vest pocket.