Apparel & Accessories

5 Pairs Of Gloves You Should Be Running In This Winter

Keep your hands happy and warm on the even the coldest runs with these new gloves that we wear-tested and can't get enough of!

To get our digits through winter, we’re slipping on these new gloves before our coldest runs.

Zensah Reflect Running Gloves

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These gloves likely tick off all the must-haves on your list: comfortable, reflective, touchscreen-friendly, a suede patch for wiping a snotty nose (well, that one’s on our list). Bonus: They also have grippy texture in the palm for the cyclists out there.
$35, zensah.com

Mizuno Breath Thermo Windproof Lobster Mitt

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We couldn’t resist the crustacean-claw design of these hot pockets that work as mitten-gloves. We can still access our smartphones while keeping most of our fingers together for added warmth. A handy pocket under the logo holds a key or cash for a mid-run cocoa break.
$30, mizunousa.com

Oiselle Lux Gloves

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Let your hands do the talking in these stylishly cozy, heathered gloves. Soft fabric feels dreamy against winter-ravaged skin (even for quick nose wipes), and wrist cuffs fit just snug enough to tuck under coat sleeves. The thumb and pointer finger have screen-compatible pads to make song changes or Insta posts a breeze.
$28, oiselle.com

Lululemon Run With Me Gloves

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So soft! These gloves are comfortable with a chic vibe, making them perfect for logging miles or waltzing around town in your favorite winter sweater. The cuffs are extra long to show over sleeves for a sophisticated look—or simply to keep everything warm while you move!
$28, lululemon.com

Hy Athletic Flux Zeros

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Developed by a sports technologist in the U.K. who struggled to find gloves that kept his hands toasty instead of clammy on the run, Flux started as a personal project. It’s since grown into a full-fledged brand thanks to its innovative mesh pattern. With the ability to warm up by closing your fist or cool down by opening your fingers, the temperature of your hands lies in—well, you get the idea.
$20, hyathletic.com