5 Things Women’s Running Loved This Week
For those colder months coming our way!
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Trimr Duo Classic, $20
“Can we be honest for a second and talk about how it did take me a hot minute to figure out how to open the top of this thing? Once I did, I so loved the double-option of a straw (which works flawlessly with smoothies, BTW) and a chug-it opening, too. I’ve recently been swirling up green smoothies every morning, and this is the bottle I go to when I step out the door.” —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor
Brooks Distance Long Sleeve, $48
“This solid color long sleeve takes your basic shirt to a new level with a light sparkle woven in to the sleeves from the elbows down to the wrist. I have it in pink and grey and get compliments every time I wear them! I’ll be adding the green and blue to my Christmas list!” —Dorothy Beal, #TeamWR contributor and blogger at Mile Posts
Asics Marathon Storm Shelter Jacket, $140
“The look and design of this run jacket is top notch and it is perfect for winter running. It’s the kind of jacket I’ll wear for many years. The New York City Marathon logo is what makes it stand out, but if you aren’t running the race this year, there’s a version of this jacket without the logo.” —Jess Underill, #TeamWR contributor and blogger at Race Pace Jess
BluPrint Comfort Topanga Espadrille, $99
“These shoes are so comfortable! I love the Topanga Espadrille by BluPrint because they are casual and cute, perfect to wear around town in complete comfort. The Ocean color is adorable and brings out the beachy vibe. Love wearing these after a yoga class, traveling with them, or wearing around town.” —Fara Rosenzweig, freelance writer
Joe Fresh Zip Active Hoodie, $39
“A hoodie that is actually flattering? Sign me up! I love all of the activewear from Joe Fresh because it is comfortable AND affordable, but this hoodie is a standout for me.” —Ashley Lauretta, freelance web editor