5 Things Women’s Running Loved This Week

The Women's Running editorial team shares five products they loved during the week of July 14, 2017.

Frank Body Lip Scrub And Lip Balm Duo, $17

“Summer means spending lots of time outside, which can lead to dry and flaky lips from overexposure to sun, sweat and the water. Use this fantastic lip duo to keep your pout in perfect condition. Australian-made with all natural ingredients including coffee beans and raw sugar, it’s a treatment that tastes good enough to eat. Luckily, you can!” —Rebecca Warren, editor-in-chief

Gu Campfire S’mores, $36 for box of 24

“I tried this new flavor for the first time on a trail run. I’ve been skeptical of ‘traditional’ gels like Gu for awhile just because of my gut, but this one not only tasted good, it also went down so easily. I have a huge box now!” —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor

Arnold Extra Grainy Flax & Sesame Seed Bread, $4 per loaf

“One slice of this grainy loaf delivers 11 grams of whole grains and 12 percent of your daily recommended fiber. In addition to being super healthy, the flax and sesame seeds make it taste delicious! Add a sliver of avocado on top and you’ve got yourself a tasty breakfast that’ll fuel your morning.” —Nicki Miller, executive editor at Competitor magazine

361 Degrees KGM2 2, $110

“This shoe is light enough to make me excited for concluding a long run with one final sprint. Designed for racing and race training, this new shoe from 361 Degrees is fast on a track and on a trail, with soles that grip well on all popular running surfaces. A good addition to a distance runner’s speed shoe collection.” —Meghan Roos, associate web editor

Stoked Roasters Stoked Stix, $9

“Stoked on outdoor-friendly, instant coffee!!! Whether traveling or on-the-go, instant coffee is a must. Stoked Stix is 100 percent organic certified, delicious and created by professional ultra runner Jax Mariash Koudele. It doesn’t taste too bitter like some instant coffees. I love how easy, tasty and convenient this coffee is, especially when I’m on the road.” —Fara Rosenzweig, freelance writer