Shoe Hoodies, $12–$22
If you’re tired of strapping duct tape to the top mesh of your running shoes during the snowy winter season, Shoe Hoodies provides a much better solution! Like tiny waterproof jackets for your running shoes, these stylish “hoodies” easily strap onto your shoes and keep your feet toasty in the worst wet, snowy conditions.
ICONIC Protein Coffee Cafe Au Lait, $40 For 12-Pack
ICONIC’s coffee drink is protein-rich liquid fuel that tastes more like melted coffee ice cream than good-for-you nutrition. A single bottle contains 20 grams of protein and only 130 calories, making it a healthy, on-the-go breakfast option or a tasty midday snack!
KeySmart Pro, $59
Can’t find your keys? No problem. KeySmart Pro has built-in bluetooth technology that allows you to find your keys through its connected app. Once you signal the app to locate your keys, a tune will play from the key in question to help you locate it. And, if you misplace your phone, tap the button on the KeySmart Pro and your phone will ring–even if it’s on silent. In addition, the KeySmart Pro holds up to 10 keys and features a bottle opener and LED light. Small and lightweight, it’s easy to tuck into the pocket of your running pants.
Popcorners Cheesy Jalapeño And White Cheddar, $3.29
These puffy chips deliver a pleasant reminder of the cheese puffs we loved to eat as kids. The difference? These are way healthier. PopCorners has several flavors to choose from, but we found ourselves returning to the Cheesy Jalapeno bag as a post-run treat to enjoy the slight jalapeno heat and the light cheese dusting that made the chips all the more savory.
DRINKmaple Raspberry Lemon Maple Water, $39 For 12 12-Oz. Bottles
One of our editors first tried this brand at the Boston Marathon, desperate for some hydration with electrolytes as she ran around interviewing runners. Now DRINKmaple has released a new raspberry lemon flavor, and it’s delicious. It has very low sugar, electrolytes and other nutritional benefits–we approve!