Our Favorite Fall Running Gear
Layer up in these new, made-for-the-season styles.
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Marathon season is in full swing, which means days are getting shorter and morning runs are getting colder. But even if you’re not training for a race at the moment, these items will make you want to keep your running game strong (and warm) throughout the fall and winter.
LULULEMON SURGE WIND HALF ZIP, $108
Slip this lightweight layer on when you need a little extra warmth and wind resistance. It also has internal pockets and pops of reflectivity to make you (and your stuff) safer on the streets.
OISELLE WINDOW TIGHTS, $106
With two different types of compression fabric, a wide, flattering waistband and a rear zip pocket, these partially printed tights let you stylishly stride through any tough training session.
MIZUNO BREATH THERMO WARMALITE GLOVES, $35
These polyester jersey gloves not only keep your fingers feeling toasty, but they also feature a touch screen-compatible forefinger and even provide you with a tiny pocket.
ASICS THERMOPOLIS 1/2 ZIP, $75
Thanks to its up-to-the-neck coverage and glow-in-the-dark stripes, this buttery soft top is ideal for cool, early morning miles. A hidden chest pocket with a built-in media port gives you a good place for your phone, too. The shirt comes in men's sizes, as well.
TRACKSMITH BISLETT PANTS, $148
A throwback to a classic '80s sports style, the Bislett Pant offers a functional and fashionable option for runners who are tired of tights. Made with a moisture-wicking, four-way stretch fabric, they also feature stirrups for a secure ankle fit
BROOKS LSD THERMAL JACKET, $160
With its combo of windproof nylon and a soft, merino-blend fabric, the insulated jacket is basically business in the front and party in the back (and sides). It also has three pockets, a fitted hood and thumbholes.
NEW BALANCE VAZEE 2090, $150
Designed for pace-pushers who want a light, well-cushioned ride, the Vazee 2090 feels as fast as it looks. The bright kicks are breathable, flexible and super responsive underfoot.
UNDER ARMOUR NOBREAKS BALACLAVA HOODIE, $80
The built-in mesh balaclava on this comfy, sweat-wicking top offers extra protection for your face on those biting, windy runs. Its fabric is also antimicrobial and helps fight odor.
LOLE SUBLIME BEANIE, $25
Cover your ears and head while you run in a cozy cap that wicks sweat away quickly and also presents a slot for your ponytail.
NIKE AEROLOFT FLASH VEST, $280
Staying warm starts at the core, making this reflective outer layer a smart, comfortable choice for chilly runs. Insulated with goose down filling, it’s light and breathable, yet still offers warmth, wind- and water-resistance and high-tech visibility.