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The Ultimate Gift Guide for Your Favorite Mother Runner

Mother's Day is coming fast. We've done the hard work for you and found the best presents for all the moms who love to run.

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Take a Hike

This women’s-specific frame pack will allow you to explore the trails with your tot in tow.

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Deuter Kid Comfort Active SL

Weighing in at less than 6 pounds, this carrier doesn’t add much extra weight.

The pack was designed with women’s body shapes and sizes in mind—it features an adjustable torso length range, conically shaped hip belt and ergonomic S-bend shoulder straps.

A large mesh pocket under the seat stows all the essentials kids require!

A firmly locking kickstand helps with loading little ones.

Deuter Kid Comfort Active SL


Pamper-perfect products for a moment of bliss.

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Kopari Coconut Detox Mask, S’well Bottle Blue Cornflower, Swig 14oz Stemless Wine Cup, LUSH footcare, Glerups Open Heel slippers

Kopari Coconut Detox Mask
This rich blend of creamy coconut and detoxifying clays (bentonite and kaolin) pulls impurities out of skin while simultaneously restoring moisture. Green tea helps calm inflammation, and probiotics lock in the hydration to rejuvenate stressed skin. $38,

S’well Bottle Blue Cornflower
Jazz up your hydration game with this snazzy stainless-steel 17-oz. bottle, which features a floral pattern inspired by vintage embroidery. The triple-walled, vacuum-insulated construction can keep your water cold up to 24 hours (!!), and a copper layer prevents condensation. $35,

Swig 14oz Stemless Wine Cup
Sip, sip hooray for a way to enjoy wine post-workout, post-race, in the tub…really anyplace. It features a spill-resistant lid, slip-resistant silicone base and is dishwasher safe, even though it features double-walled, vacuum-sealed insulation. Bonus: It comes with a reusable BPA-free straw. $26,

LUSH footcare
Take care of your hard-working tootsies with this mix of products: Dip your toes in a Foot Soak and Fancy Free ($7.95) soak of salts and French lavender and jasmine oils, then follow it up with the Volcano Foot Mask ($14) made with kaolin clay and pumice to slough off rough skin and cleanse with lemon and papaya juices. Finish with a Pink Peppermint foot lotion ($28) to restore moisture with cocoa butter and revitalize with spearmint and peppermint.

Glerups Open Heel slippers
After a run, slip into these 100 percent natural wool slippers, which will keep your feet—a runner’s most important asset!—warm and dry (wool can capture up to 35 percent moisture). They feature a semi-vegetable-tanned calfskin sole and good wear resistance, ensuring longevity so they’re worth the investment. $95,


Gear for run-spiration

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Letterfolk Running Race Passport, Patagonia Slope Runner Pack 8L, Garmin vívoactive 3 Music, Adidas Ultraboost 19, Jaybird Tarah Pro Wireless Sport Headphones

Letterfolk Running Race Passport
Aim to fill up the 20 entry logs in this adorable 3.5-by-5.5-inch book of running races, and record meaningful details (e.g., finish time, race gear worn, weather encountered, pace, favorite moment). At the back, you can keep your race bucket list so you can start checking them off, one by one. $10,

Patagonia Slope Runner Pack 8L
Just keep running with this lightweight hydration pack, which features breathable materials to help wick away moisture while fitting securely and comfortably. The 7-oz. pack includes a 2-liter reservoir (plus stretch pockets to fit flasks and hand bottles), a phone pocket on the chest and a compartment for layers and snacks. $169,

Garmin vívoactive 3 Music
Run to the beat for hours with this GPS smartwatch—it holds up to 500 songs (or is compatible with premium music subscriptions like Spotify) and connects to Bluetooth headphones for phone-free listening. It also features wrist-based heart rate, a contactless payment option and daily fitness and stress tracking. $280,

Adidas Ultraboost 19
The update to this popular run shoe was pared down from 17 pieces to just four components to give runners a lighter, more energy-charged experience. It now features 20 percent more Boost foam in the midsole, a torsion spring to propel your forward and a one-piece knit upper snugly wraps the foot. $180,

Jaybird Tarah Pro Wireless Sport Headphones
Don’t let dead headphones cut your runs short—these durable, fully weatherproof headphones feature an industry-leading 14-hour battery life to keep you going on your long runs plus a fine-tuned fit from interchangeable tips and fins. $160,

Sleep Sound

Recover right with this Zzz-inducing (or pick-me-up!) gear

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Lather Quiet Night Pillow Mist, Sarah Marie Designs mug, Bedgear Solar Series Pillow, Under Armour UA Tuned Recovery Glimpse, Fitbit Versa Lite

Lather Quiet Night Pillow Mist
Spritz this travel-sized linen spray—infused with lavender, ylang-ylang, cedarwood, ho wood and lemon oils—on your pillow at bedtime, and let the soothing blend calm your senses for a more restful, restorative sleep. $18,

Sarah Marie Designs mug
Shake off the Monday morning blues with a cup of Joe in this 11-oz. ceramic mug, which features a wish every runner wants to hear: “May your runs be long and your Mondays short.”

Bedgear Solar Series Pillow
This pillow will surely give you a great night’s sleep—it features both a softer and firmer foam, heat-deflecting fabric and a crescent shape to fit snugly under your neck, plus it’s available in four heights, based on your size and favorite sleep position. $229,

Under Armour UA Tuned Recovery Glimpse
Not only do these sunnies protect against harmful UVA/B/C rays from the sun, but they also filter out blue light, which, if you’re overexposed to, can affect your circadian rhythms. $110,

Fitbit Versa Lite
The brand’s most affordable smartwatch to date, the Versa Lite can track not only your activity through connected GPS and heart rate, but it can also help you track your sleep duration and cycles. Bonus: It has an easy-to-use one-button design and comes in vibrant colors. $160,


Hustlin’ in style

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Tifosi Svago sunglasses, Lululemon Run All Day 13L Backpack II, Aftershokz Trekz Air, Paper Source Get It Done Sequin Planner, Sarah Marie Designs Run Love Black Phone Case

Tifosi Svago sunglasses
The Italian word for “fun,” Svago sunglasses take you effortlessly and stylishly from a run (with their no-slip fit and scratch-resistant lenses) to a day full of work, errands or shuttling kids. $25,

Lululemon Run All Day 13L Backpack II
Thanks to its light weight, waistband straps, water-repellent fabric, customizable fit and molded back panel, this bag is perfect for run-commuting and holding your (and your kids’) essentials whenever you’re on the go. $118,

AfterShokz Trekz Air
In this pair of Bluetooth bone-conduction headphones, which has a titanium design 20 percent lighter than its predecessor, you can safely listen to music on runs (thanks to the open-ear design) and take calls anywhere (dual noise-cancelling microphones block background noises). $150,

Paper Source Get It Done Sequin Planner
This cheeky planner helps you get things done with undated monthly and weekly outlooks, room for notes, and a motivational mantra in the reversible sequins on the cover, changing from “Get It Done” to “Get Shit Done.” $19,

Sarah Marie Designs Run Love Black Phone Case
Busy moms need their phones (obvi), and you can celebrate your love of running while also protecting your iPhone or Samsung from scratches, oil and dirt with the case’s solid back and flexible sides. $22,