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10 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for the Runner in Your Life

Little extras runners will love

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Fun, useful, and under $50. These stocking stuffer ideas are easy little add-ons any runners will love.

Bottle Bright Natural Cleaning Tablets

This stuff is seriously genius. Easy-to-use and ultra-efficient, Bottle Bright tablets dissolve in water creating tiny, effervescent bubbles that power through the stubborn stains and odors of your favorite bottles and reservoirs in only a matter of minutes, no scrubbing, rubbing or sponging required. $8 for 12 tablets,

MyTagalongs Eye Mask

This soft, lightweight contoured eye mask is an essential item to add to your self care routine to get those good quality zzz’s. (And if you’re wearing, say, midday on a plane, the contoured eye panels won’t smash your eye makeup.) $12,

Cricket Eat, Sleep, Messy Bun Hair Tin

Consider it your emergency pack, and the perfect stocking stuffer idea: 25 black hair ties and 30 black bobby pins, so you always have what you need on hand to squeeze in an impromptu run. $9,

Quantum Coffee Infused Energy Bars

Delicious, plant-based energy bars powered by the equivalent of an espresso shot of organic green coffee. $35 for box of 10,

Cusa Tea Premium Instant Lemon Black Tea

Made with 100 percent organic black tea and pure lemon peel, with no sugar, additives, fillers or preservatives. Perfect for a wake-me-up in the morning or an afternoon tea. Simply tear open the tea-stick, pour it into an empty 12-14oz cup, add warm or hot water, and watch your tea dissolve. You can never over-steep it; you will get a perfect cup every time. $10,

The Wave Tool

Designed by physical therapists and professional athletes, this compact tool combines myofascial massage surfaces and IASTM edge technology to treat myofascial pain, restrictions, and adhesions from a number of common conditions such as tendonitis, scar tissue, cellulite, adhesions, fibrosis, and muscle strain. $50,

Barefoot Scientist Twinkle Toes Deodorizing Foot Spray

No need to be embarrassed about stinky feet. Clinically proven to eliminate 99.8% of the most common strains of odor-causing bacteria, this spray uses a proprietary formulation—including clinical silver, lichen extract, tea tree oil, honey and manuka oil, arrowroot powder and lavender oil—to eliminates the root causes of odor instead of relying on heavy fragrances to mask them. A touch of aloe vera leaf juice, witch hazel, and kelp extract leave your skin feeling calm and refreshed. $16,

Lululemon Basic Balm

Lululemon broke into selfceare and beauty this year—and crush it. Tested by athletes, this no-shine, long-lasting lip balm is made with rich butters and natural oils that lock in moisture to protect and soothe your lips before, during, and after a good workout. $14,


These should be a required accessory for all runners (especially ones who spend long days in heels or other fashionable shoes that leave your toes cramped). $37,

Nuun Endurance

Because you can never give a runner too many fueling options, so load them up with these stocking stuffers. $24 for 12 sachets,


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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