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The Best Men’s Running Gear of 2019

(Charles Dustin Sammann)
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Apparel and accessories to get you through your chilliest runs

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(Courtesy Arc'teryx)

Arc’teryx Atom SL Vest ($149)

This versatile nylon vest is ideal for layering; fleece side panels promote venting, while thin synthetic fill traps heat.

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Brooks Notch Thermal Beanie ($25)

Thanks to the lightweight, ribbed design, this fleece hat provides warmth without the bulk. Reflective strips add visibility on night runs.

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Seirus SolarSphere Ace Gloves ($35)

Proprietary spherical fill in these insulated gloves traps infrared heat from the sun. Touchscreen compatibility is a nice perk.

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Tracksmith Bislett Pants ($148)

These water-repellent running pants combine details both retro (stirrups!) and modern (smartphone pocket!). Calf zips make for easy removal once you’re warmed up.

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Adidas Sport Eyewear Pacyr Sunglasses ($169)

Winter days may be shorter, but you still need a good pair of shades. We recommend the polarized Pacyr. The lightweight frames were resilient enough to survive when we accidentally sat on them.

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(Courtesy Saucony)

Saucony Bonded Baffle Hybrid Jacket ($160)

A full-blown puffy is overkill on a run. This hybrid combines synthetic fill with Polartec fleece so you don’t overheat.

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Salomon Bonatti Race Waterproof Rain Shell ($150)

Paper thin, the Bonatti keeps you dry without weighing much. It has no pockets, but reflective accents aid visibility in low light.

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Bridgedale Trailsport T2 Socks ($20)

A blend of nylon and merino offers warmth, breathability, odor resistance, and durability. We love the snug fit and zoned cushioning.

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Kahtoola Nanospikes Crampons ($50)

With ten carbide teeth per crampon, Nanospikes provide reliable grip on slick surfaces. They easily attach to your shoes, thanks to stretchy thermoplastic straps.

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Ridge Merino (m)Force Boxers ($30)

Warm, breathable, and soft, these might be our all-time favorite cold-weather boxers. They’ll keep your bits snug without itchiness, which, needless to say, is crucial.

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Sponsor Content: Adidas Terrex Agravic Speed

Set your goal and savor the achievement in these men's trail running shoes. Snug-fitting and fully breathable, the Adidas Terrex Agravic Speed provides support and ventilation so you can push past boundaries. A Continental™ Rubber outsole offers extraordinary grip in all conditions. Constructed of a breathable textile and synthetic material, the upper combined with a perforated EVA tongue with mesh cover for breathability and comfort.  A sock-like construction provides an optimal fit and abrasion-resistant weldings on the upper add protection. Coming in at 8.6 ounces the lightweight EVA midsole offers long-term cushioning for wherever you may be.  Experience the 5-star reviewed Terrex Agravic Speed at $100 for yourself. Also available in women's.

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From Winter 2019 Buyer's Guide
Filed To: RunningClothing and ApparelWeatherWinter Buyer's Guide
Lead Photo: Charles Dustin Sammann
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