Gift guide: Best gifts for runners
Whether they're a running novice or a veteran marathoner, this is the gear that'll help them start the year off strong.
Mission cooling microfiber towel, $15
This towel's fiber works to cool consistently through an evaporating effect built into the fabric.
Saucony Triumph ISO 2 running shoes, $150
A favorite of the pros, this shoe's cushioning is closer to the foot than ever before, meaning you can feel the impact immediately.
The North Face Better Than Naked women's running shorts, $55
She'll get maximum mobility on her run with these lightweight shorts.
Zella 'Zeltek' reflective headband, $18
This chic, reflective headband keeps her hair in place during a long run, and other workouts of any intensity.
Smartwool PhD® Run Light Elite low cut socks, $18
Runners love these socks because they're engineered to cushion the ball and heel of the foot, which provides the ultimate running comfort.
Tracksmith varsity runners cap, $38
This 100-percent Merino cap combines low-key styling with high-quality materials, giving exceptional warmth from winter to spring. BUY IT >
Louva Shorties gloves, $10
Keep warm in the coldest weather with these stretchy gloves that can also double as wrist warmers. BUY IT >
OOFOS recovery sandals, $60
The athletic sandal look is still trending, and these are designed to reduce stress on feet through a luxury, water-resistant foam.
lululemon Run All Day backpack, $118
Water resistant, lightweight, and with specialty pockets for a phone and water bottle, this backpack is great for long runs or a hike.
Trigger point Cold Roller, $100
Help them speed up recovery with this cold roller. Place it in the freezer for two hours and use after a run to target specific muscles with cold compression. BUY IT >