Just because the nights are getting longer and days are getting colder doesn’t mean you have to stop running. In fact there are many runners who will stop at just about nothing to make sure they get their workout in. Some might spend more time on a treadmill at the gym, but they really would rather be outside pounding the pavement or hitting the trail. The staff at Trailblazer Branford have some gift ideas to help the runner in your life get through the winter.
Brooks Pulse Lite II Glove – The Brooks Pulse Lite II is a lightweight, breathable glove that can be used alone on the nicer days or used as a glove liner in more extreme conditions. An added bonus is that these gloves are touch screen compatible so you can use your smartphone to get that amazing sunrise.
Running Pants – While there are plenty of spandex options out there you can also find some looser fitting running pants. Brooks has a few styles including a thermal running pant and the Marmot Surge Pants are also quiet popular.
Timex Road Trainer Heart Rate Monitor -The serious runner in your life will want to keep track of their heart rate with a Heart Rate Monitor as they train for the big race. Be it long runs, tempo runs, or hill repeats keep them dialed into their target heart rate.
The North Face FlashDry – Great for any aerobic activity, The North Face FlashDry is a naturally derived fabric additive that works with your body to regulate temperature by removing moisture faster than any other performance fabric improving dry time and breathability.
Nite Ize SlapLit – This LED band can be used on wrists, upper arms, or ankles to give you more visibility while running in the dark. It can also be left straight so be used as a marker or hang from a bag. The battery run time is 100 hours and it is easily replaceable.