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Clothes for Cold-Weather Workouts
Nike Element Thermal Hoodie
$80 1 of 16
This is a great mid-weight top that comes in a lot of colors. It's constructed of Dri-FIT fabric and the hood zips up over the chin.
Lululemon Toasty Tech Pullover
$128 2 of 16
This mid-weight top is moisture wicking with tech fleece on the inside. It's very comfortable and flattering. It also has reflective detailing, cuffins for the hands and a back zip pocket.
Lululemon Swiftly Tech Shirts
$68, Long Sleeve 3 of 16
Both the long sleeve and the short sleeve shirts are great for layering under a jacket or mid-weight running shirt. The snug fitting shirts are made with Silverescent thread which is anti-stink.
Nike Element Shield Max Jacket
$250 4 of 16
The high-tech fabric is wind and water resistant. It comes with a hood, dry fit lining and hand warmers attached to the sleeves.
Brooks Silver Bullet Jacket
$150 5 of 16
This is a great windproof, water resistant and lightweight jacket with venting. It's very flattering and comes in several colors.
Nike Vapor Flash Running Jacket
$175 6 of 16
This reversible, ventilated jacket is 100 percent reflective on one side. Bonded seams and an adjustable hood help protect against the elements.
Lululemon Ice Queen Pant
$108 7 of 16
Great midweight pant made of Luxtreme which is moisture wicking and has 4-way stretch with flat seams to prevent chafing. The pants are mid-rise, so they won't fall down when you're running. They are also made with storage pockets and reflective detailing.
Nike Element Thermal Pant
$70 8 of 16
This is a nice option of a pant for men and women that don't want to wear a running tight. These are nice fitting and the midweight fabric is comfortable. These pants are moderately priced and could be used for more than just running.
Nike Element Shield Pants
$100 9 of 16
This midweight tight has an overlay in front to block the wind and a back zip pocket in the waistband. The pants are constructed of Dri-FIT fabric and have reflective detailing.
Lululemon Clear as Mud Pant
$108 10 of 16
This pant is a great all-weather pant. The lower portion is constructed of water resistant panels to keep the pants from getting soaked from the bottom up. The pants are mid-rise with Luxtreme (4-way stretch) fabric and flat seams to prevent chafing. There are pockets inside the waist and an exterior zip pocket on the back.
Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp
$69.95 11 of 16
This lightweight, rechargeable headlamp has a front light and a back blinking red light. No batteries means lighter weight and less bouncing around. The front headlamp is adjustable to your line of sight. It provides 68 lumens and up to 50 meters of light. This is critical because the less expensive headlamps are usually not bright enough.
Sugoi MidZero Thermal Tube
$18 12 of 16
This is a must-have if you run in temperatures below 20 degrees. It's a fitted neck tube with fleece on the inside so it's soft against your neck and face It's lightweight and moisture wicking. I like to pull this all the way up over my nose on those really cold and windy days.
Due North Traction Aids
$16.99 13 of 16
Give yourself some traction when running on snow and ice. These go over your running shoes and are extremely comfortable and durable.
Brooks Utopia 2-in-1 Mitten
$38 14 of 16
Finally a fleece running mitten with a second shield layer. Can be worn separately, or together in more extreme conditions.
Sugoi Wind Mitt
$28 15 of 16
These are fantastic lightweight running mittens. Surprisingly warm given how light they are. I layer two pairs when it's really cold out. I prefer mittens to running gloves. Keeping the fingers together keeps the hands warmer.