Accessories1. Reebok OS Run Media Armband ($30)
If you hate having to carry your phone while you run yet don't want its bulk strapped to your arm for miles on end, this armband may be the answer. Its minimalist design is lightweight and even sweat-wicking, allowing for a natural yet secure feel. The reflective details add an additional level of safety to your night runs, and it's touchscreen compatible so you can change the song or answer a call with ease.
2. Nike Trainer S Sunglasses (Starting at $79)
The Trainer S sunglasses combine a sleek design with a lightweight construction, making them one of the best sunglasses for runners this fall. The MAX Optics provides clarity from all angles, and the lightweight, durable nylon frame makes you forget you're even wearing them after a few miles. Plus, the ventilated, adjustable nose bridge lets you tweak the fit to make it perfect for your face.
3. Brooks Sherpa Hat ($27)
It's your new favorite running hat. With DriLayer stretch-woven fabric, the Sherpa hat not only keeps sweat away but fits perfectly to your head because you shouldn't have to worry about your hat's comfort or ability to stay on while on a run. The reflective details make it ideal for logging post-run miles or dashing through downpours. Plus, the adjustable back ensures a good fit for even the smallest and largest heads.
4. Under Armour Run No Show Tab Socks ($13)
Probabaly some of the comfiest socks our testers have worn, UA's Run Now Show Tab socks come with left/right construction for anatomical fit, anti-odor technology to keep your feet smelling fresh even after lots of sweaty miles and a seamless toe to eliminate chafing. Plus, the arch support reduces foot fatigue, allowing you to run longer before feeling the effects.
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