We’re firm believers that running is a gift in and of itself. But if you’re looking for something a little more tangible, we asked a few staff members and runners from near and far to share their holiday lists with us.
(P.S. Need something quick and easy? You can find digital gift cards, here.)
“It is no coincidence that ‘dreich’ was voted the nation’s favourite Scots word. It conveys the unique wet, cold, and gloomy weather that prevails here. The Bislett Pants were the first Tracksmith garment I ever bought and the first thing I reach for before easy winter runs. They keep you warm, they keep you dry, and they keep you looking respectable whilst enjoying post-run protein pancakes.”
Marin County, CA
“I’m a huge fan of the Harrier Long Sleeve. It’s the perfect top for cool mornings we experience throughout the year here in the Bay Area. Plus, it doesn’t smell post-10 mile run and looks great when I walk into the coffee shop afterward.”
“The Twilight Split Shorts are my go-to for comfort. They’re a looser fit than spandex but not at all baggy, so I never chafe no matter how long of a run I take them on. They’ve even worked for me throughout pregnancy, as my body shape has changed week after week. I’m a minimalist and love when clothes offer that kind of versatility.“
“I find myself reaching for the New England Overshirt more and more as the weather changes. I’ll throw it on to keep me warm during a post-run stretching and roll out session. I’ll hang it to dry and wear it to dinner that night with friends. It’s as versatile as I need it to be.”