Ultra-warm gloves, a reversible beanie, and shoes for the season’s worst conditions
Whether you find the cold refreshing or dread the season entirely, having the right gear to withstand the elements is crucial. Ahead are twelve pieces that will help you savor the winter months. At minimum, they'll allow you to keep up your conditioning until spring.
lululemon swiftly wool pullover
This stretchy top incorporates merino wool into a soft seamless construction, which means it will help regulate your body temperature at peak efforts but won’t feel itchy or scratchy.
Available for both men and women, this zip-up combines just the right amount of lightweight insulation covered with an outer layer that repels water. Waffle-knit panels on the sides and back provide ventilation.
These bottoms, also available for both sexes, have the look of track pants but the feel of a cozy winter legging. Stirrups won’t allow them to rise up and expose your ankles to the cold, and a soft, water-resistant fabric keeps your calves shielded from splashes.
With UA’s new polyester/elastane compression fabric that incorporates a mix of ventilation and insulation, these will not only keep your lower half warm, but they’ll also offload some heat if you get too hot.
Designed for ultra-marathons, these waterproof mittens will ensure your hands stay warm by keeping your fingers close together in a dry environment. The top of the mitten folds down for easy access to your phone. Plus, they’re made from a stretchy, light material that won’t weigh your arms down.
This ultra-warm jacket features fast-drying fabric that stretches freely, so you won’t feel confined during hill sprints or tempo runs. Reflective details are part of the design and follow the shape of the body.