Crush Your Winter Goals With The Best Cold-Weather Running Gear

Forbes | Hannah Singleton, Kari Molvar

When you don proper cold weather running gear, you don’t need to stop training outdoors because of snow, ice or freezing temperatures. Sure, most runners head to the treadmill through winter, but appropriate gear like running socks, gloves and thermal base layers can transform your snowy miles from brutal and bitter slogs to downright delightful runs. Tara Warren, Utah-based mountain runner and coach, loves “the gentle silence that comes with moving your body through the slumbering wilderness.” But it’s also a critical to “stay aware of weather changes during the winter,” she explains. For that reason, you’ll need to suit up in capable cold-weather attire whether you’re tackling icy trails or snowy roads.