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5 Things Women’s Running Loved This Week

It is that time again for you to see what we can't get enough of here at #TeamWR so you can find your new favorite things!

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Saucony RUNBOX, $200


“I like subscription type boxes without the subscription, so Saucony’s new RUNBOX had me at hello! The box, which retails for $200, contains a pair of Saucony Triumph (retail is $160), a short sleeve shirt, a long sleeve shirt, a bottom and a surprise gift. My surprise gift was a pair of fun sunglasses that I’ve been wearing non-stop since I got them. The short sleeve I received was a pretty blue color and is seamless! The long sleeve ended up being a grey hoodie—I’m a sucker for hoodies and the color grey—so this may have been my favorite item in the whole box! I really expected the quality of the items to be lower, but everything is the Saucony quality I know and love. This box is a serious bargain at $200 and would make the perfect gift for the runner in your life!” —Dorothy Beal, Team WR contributor and blogger at Mile Posts

Chameleon Ready-to-Drink Cold Brew Coffee, $48/case


“Anything but boring, Chameleon Cold Brew Coffee is delicious and perfect to drink when you need a little pick-me-up. The ready-to-drink coffee makes it easy when you’re racing out the door for work or to the gym. I love that it’s organic, comes in a wide variety of flavors and is light in calories. ” —Fara Rosenzweig, freelance writer

UA City Hopper Jogger, $90

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“Yoga pants are so 2015…amirite? I love the loose, flowing fit of these joggers that work just as well for running as they do for lounging on the couch. Under Armour’s “Studio Lux” fabric is crazy soft and the silhouette is flattering without being fitted.” —Jessie Sebor, editor in chief

Orly Breathable Treatment and Color, $9


“Painting my nails is usually a disaster with streaks, seemingly instantaneous chips and major frustration—I’m a impatient runner, you really think I’m going to remember base coat, two layers of polish and top coat?! Which is why I’m a huge fan of this new polish. Not only does it provide base coat, color and top coat in one, it doesn’t stain your nails and even I was able to do a respectable job with application. And here’s the fun part, it breathes (we have breathable clothes, why not nail polish!) meaning healthier nails. It also holds up well, even on toes shoved in sweaty shoes!” —Allison Pattillo, contributing gear editor

Oiselle Lux Origami Sweatshirt, $82


“If you haven’t tried Oiselle’s lux fabric…do so immediately. It is SO SOFT and feels like you are wrapped in a hug. Okay, that sounds weird, but this is my new go-to sweatshirt during the winter months.” —Ashley Lauretta, freelance web editor

These Runners Were Not Prepared to Love Non-Alcoholic Beer

L. Renee Blount and Outside TV host Pat Parnell posted up at a popular trailhead, handed out free Athletic Brewing craft non-alcoholic beer, and then recorded runners’ live reactions. Want to find out what all the hype’s about? Click here to discover a world without compromise.


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