Apparel & Accessories

5 Things Women’s Running Loved This Week

We are back with the products we can't stop raving about this week. Check it out and find your new favorite running gear.

Picky Bars Moroccan Your World, $27.50 for a pack of 10

Picky Bars

“I keep finding wrappers of these all over my apartment, partly because I love the #lifepoints campaign, partly because I’m messy, but mostly because I eat 1-2 of these a day. The ingredients are simple, delicious and I trust the creation process when one of the founders has Celiac Disease. Gluten-free all day!” —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor

Saucony Jazz O Denim, $75


“My favorite color is denim so naturally when I saw these originals featured on the Madewell website I knew I had to have them! I’m a big fan of the Saucony Originals line (so I knew I was going to like them regardless) but they are even better than expected. They look like your favorite pair of worn-in jeans and are just as comfortable.” —Dorothy Beal, #TeamWR Contributor and blogger at Mile Posts

4id Power Spurz Light up Heel, $20


“You can never be too safe when running in low-light conditions. I love the Power Spurz Light up Heel because it fits easily onto my shoe and gives me the confidence that I’ll be seen. It’s also an excellent essential to bring for Ragnar Relay or any other race that involves running in darker conditions. They are easy to put on and give you peace of mind.” —Fara Rosenzweig, freelance writer

Sabra Sandwich Spreads, Varies

sabra spreads

“Sabra, usually known for their hummus, is now making sandwich spreads. They’re meant for sandwiches as a flavorful swap for mayo, but I’ve been squeezing it on crackers, veggies and deli turkey. The sea salt and black pepper goes great with egg sandwiches for breakfast, too. They’re gluten-free, non-GMO and non-dairy, too.” —Monica Olivas, #TeamWR Contributor and blogger at Run, Eat, Repeat

Morstep Bracelet, $45


The Morstep Bracelet for Fitbit Alta is not your standard Fitbit band—people are constantly asking me what I’m wearing. It adds heft to the Fitbit, as if you’re wearing a slightly heavy bangle. The bracelet has a magnetic closure which is embarrassingly satisfying to use, tempting me to adjust the looseness throughout the day. It’s not a perfect bracelet for running, as the clasp can loosen with too much activity, but it’s an intriguing accessory for the night out. It looks more like jewelry and less like a Fitbit than any other band I’ve seen.” —Shelby Grossman, #TeamWR Contributor