Sunday, December 30, 2012

Saying Sunday

Don't use the excuse it's too cold to run outside in the winter.
Under Armour is by far the best apparel for running outside in the cold.
Below is a pic I took before I headed out for a run Friday night at dusk. It was a windy 37 degrees.
This gear will keep you warm without a bunch of bulky clothing. Most importantly you will dry quickly, keeping you from being wet and cold.
Here's how I stayed warm:
Under Armour ColdGear Catalyst Hoodie, $75 at Dick's Sporting Goods
The material is light, stays dry, and the hood is stretchy and stays put when running. I absolutely love the color of this hoodie!
Under Armour ColdGear Compression Mockneck Long Sleeve Shirt, $50 at Dick's Sporting Goods
Another great light weight shirt, tight fit, and a great base layer.
Under Armour Women's Blustery Headband, $18 at Under Armour
This headband is awesome and covers all of your ears. It's made of a soft fleece material and is snug enough that it doesn't slip out of place. I also liked that it kept my headphones in place.
Under Armour GoldGear Liner Gloves, $25 at Under Armour
These gloves kept my hands warm and were long enough to keep my wrists covered as well.
Since I was running at night, I wore a pair of my black running tight pants, which have a design made of reflectors on the calfs.

1 comment:

  1. I love Under Armour Cold Gear! I have a sub-zero mockneck, their "frosty tights" running pants, plus a gaiter/hood to run in the winter. It's amazing how warm such a thin compression layer can keep you! (And I'm wearing all of this stuff to the Redskins game tonight, since it'll be freezing)
    I'm going to have to check out their gloves, because it seems like no matter what I do my hands are cold.


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