The winter is coming and that doesn’t mean that you have to tolerate being cold or getting wet while you are training. It also doesn’t mean that you stop training and lie under a blanket for the next few months.
Take a look below at my recommendations for your winter training wardrobe.
Made for rainy days, the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 34 Shield Men’s Running Shoe features an updated, lighter Flymesh material with a water-repellent finish. The tried-and-tested cushioning and support runners have come to love remains.
The Nike Swoosh Knit Hat is made with soft fabric in a double-layered design for comfort and warmth.
The Nike Zonal AeroShield Men’s Running Jacket combines rain and wind protection with breathability where you need it most. New Nike AeroShield technology used in key zones lets body heat flow out and sweat evaporate, without letting the elements in.
A classic crew for cold days, the Nike Therma-Sphere Element Men’s Long-Sleeve Running Top helps keep you warm and comfortable when you don’t want to miss a run.
The Nike Tech Flash Men’s Graphic Running Tights help you make the most out of your run. Nike Power fabric provides incredible stretch and support, and reflective graphics on the legs help you stand out. A minimal waistband stays comfortable if you wear shorts over your tights.
The Nike AeroLoft Men’s Running Gilet provides warmth and breathability so you can get out there. It’s built to layer and to be easily packed away when you get too hot. It’s also updated for better mobility, letting you move freely.