Sarah Marie Design Studios Running Sucks Mug
This coffee mug is for the runner who loves their cup of Joe. Sipping your coffee is always better in a fun mug anyway.
Every runner should have a form of identification on them whenever they head out for a run. As much as you don't want to think about it, there may be a time when you can't speak for yourself. That's where Road ID comes in. Put whatever you want on the band, including your emergency contacts and allergies. It could save a runner's life.
For the runner who runs outside no matter the weather, a good pair of gloves will take them far. This convertible Saucony Ult-Mitt is wind and water resistant with an outer mitt but also has an inner thermal glove for warmth. And because your nose runs in the cold, there's even a fleece nose wipe. Sounds gross, but your runner will love it.
Hot Hands Hand Warmers
Even with the best gloves and mittens, your hands will still occasionally be cold on a run depending on the day. The runner on your gift list will be happy to have these Hot Hands Hand Warmers to pop into their mittens for added warmth. These truly are a life saver if you run in a cold climate.
No matter the season, a runner needs some sunnies. With fun names like, Whiskey Shots with Satan, these sunglasses look and fit good. There's no slipping, no bouncing and no fogging—that's a major win.
AmazonBasics High-Density Foam Roller
Every runner needs a foam roller. It's the best way to hit all the tight spots a runner accumulates from pounding the pavement mile after mile. The runner that receives this gift may curse you while they are using it, but they'll love how good their muscles feel afterward.
Oofos Post Run Recovery Sandal
After a long run, a runner's feet need some serious TLC. Treat your runner with Oofos Post Run Recovery Sandals to help reduce the stress on their feet and joints. Oofos absorbs 37 percent more impact than traditional footwear. This helps in the recovery process so your runner will be ready to hit the roads again the next day.