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Running Jacket Round Up!

Don't let cold weather stop you from heading outside for a run - check out the season's best jackets to keep you comfortable this winter!

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No matter what temperature you face this Winter, Women’s Running has the jackets to keep you running outside! Take a look at the lightweight and heavyweight reccomendations from some of our favorite brands. . .

Asics Spry Jacket (on left, $70, asics.com)
FEATURES:
-ASICS’ lightest weight jacket fabric is water and wind resistant
-Protective wind panel and zipper garage
-Reflective elements for increased visibility
-Cord-lock hem system provides protection and adjustability
-Media-friendly security pocket
-Back pocket for storage

Storm Shelter Jacket (on right, $110, asics.com)
FEATURES:
-ASICS most protective fabric is 10K/10K waterproof,windproof and breathable
-Fully seam-sealed
-Zippered underarm vents
-Strategically designed back ventilation
-Protective wind panel and zipper garage
-Cord-lock hem system provides protection and adjustability
-Discrete zippered media pocket
-Security side pockets

Key:
1 Snowflake: best for mildly cold conditions
2 Snowflakes: best for moderately cold conditions
3 Snowflakes: best for cold conditions, including light snow
4 Snowflakes: best for extremely cold conditions, including snow 

Brooks Essential Run Jacket (on left, $75, brooksrunning.com)
FEATURES:
-Fit: Semi-fitted
-Windproof and water resistant with Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coating
-Full front zip with inner storm guard and zipper garage
-Back vent for added breathability
-Adjustable drawstring waist
-Internal moisture-proof media pocket and two side zip pockets
-Front/back 3M™ Scotchlite™ retroreflectivity

Brooks Silver Bullet Jacket (on right, $150, brooksrunning.com)
FEATURES:
-Fit: Semi-fitted
-Aluminum membrane creates more warmth with minimal weight
-Windproof and water-resistant
-360° of 3M™ Scotchlite™ retroreflectivity
-Cozy cuffs with thumbholes and flip-mitt
-Venting at back arm holes
-Moisture-proof media pocket

Key:
1 Snowflake: best for mildly cold conditions
2 Snowflakes: best for moderately cold conditions
3 Snowflakes: best for cold conditions, including light snow
4 Snowflakes: best for extremely cold conditions, including snow 

lululemon Run: Toasty Tech Pullover (on left, $128, lululemon.com)
FEATURES:
-made with brushed Tech Fleece- soft, breathable and warm
-the Rulu cuffins with thumbholes help keep hands toasty
-four-way stretch for maximum flexibility and a comfortable fit
-bright idea – designed with reflective detailing to help keep you visible in low light
-stash your keys or cash in the zippered back pocket

lululemon Run: Bundle Up Jacket (on right, $198, lululemon.com)
FEATURES:
-the Luxchange hood can be zipped out and exchanged with any of our other Luxchange garments
-brushed Microfleece under the arms and in back is soft and cozy
-water-resistant Cire fabric in the arms, hood and in front is filled with premium goose down to help keep us warm and dry
-zipper garage will help keep your chin from getting chafed
-be bright – reflective details help with low light visibility
-zipper pockets are lined with fleece to keep your hands cozy and keys close by

Key:
1 Snowflake: best for mildly cold conditions
2 Snowflakes: best for moderately cold conditions
3 Snowflakes: best for cold conditions, including light snow
4 Snowflakes: best for extremely cold conditions, including snow 

Pearl Izumi Ultra Jacket (on left, $125, pearlizumi.com)
FEATURES:
-Softshell Lite fabric panels provide optimal wind and water protection
-Barrier Lite fabric panels provide lightweight wind protection and water resistance
-Direct-Vent back and underarm laser cut holes provide superior ventilation
-One zippered back pocket that doubles as a hand held stuff sack
-Full length internal draft flap with zipper garage seals in warmth
-Abrasion print on shoulders for exceptional pack traction

Pearl Izumi Fly Softshell Jacket (on right, $160, pearlizumi.com)
FEATURES:
-P.R.O. Softshell fabric is wind and water resistant without a laminate for optimal breathability and protection
-P.R.O. Thermal Fleece fabric with Minerale™ provides optimal insulation, moisture transfer, dry time and odor–resistance
-Pit zips for venting
-Full length internal draft flap with zipper garage seals in warmth
-Internal fist mitt seals in warmth
-Two welded zippered hand pockets
-Reflective splices and elements for low–light visibility

Key:
1 Snowflake: best for mildly cold conditions
2 Snowflakes: best for moderately cold conditions
3 Snowflakes: best for cold conditions, including light snow
4 Snowflakes: best for extremely cold conditions, including snow 

Saucony Sonic HDX Jacket (on left, $100, saucony.com)
FEATURES:
-Wind-and water-resistant
-USB LED light holds 2 hours of charge
-3M™ reflective elements
-Front zippered hand pockets

 

Saucony Shadowlite Softshell Jacket (on right, $160, saucony.com)
FEATURES:
-Breathable waterproof softshell built for running in cold and wet conditions
-Welded seams for waterproofing
-3M™ reflective elements
-Front zippered hand pockets

Key:
1 Snowflake: best for mildly cold conditions
2 Snowflakes: best for moderately cold conditions
3 Snowflakes: best for cold conditions, including light snow
4 Snowflakes: best for extremely cold conditions, including snow