Wearing the right clothes can make a difference every time you run, but especially in winter it's important to be warm (but not sweaty) and visible when you work out after dark.
If you mocked the idea of running your run in the cold season, or, worse still, giving up on the sport by spring, then this winter you will shine through your nocturnal runs.
Asics Lite Show SS Top
Strategically placed stripes of reflective material on the front, back and arms of this T T-shirts make sure that part of it is guaranteed to shine in every direction the light falls into. The fabric is lightweight and therefore best worn on autumnal evenings and not in the dead of winter, unless you are a runner who keeps it in a thin layer throughout the year.
Buy from Asics | £ 40
dhb Flashlight Thermal Gilet
Gilets are an underrated garment in all walks of life Especially runners should make sure that they have one in their wardrobe for the winter, as they keep the core warm without the risk of overheating associated with wearing a full jacket. This vest has reflective details so that you can be seen from all sides, and the fluorescent color means that you are easily recognizable even during the day.
Buy at Wiggle | £ 50
Nike Flash Quilted Gloves
These gloves, with their lightweight, insulating Dri-FIT fabric and reflective pattern on the back of the gloves, reduce the heat requirement with the fear of sweaty palms and enhance visibility Night.
Buy At Nike | £ 19.00
Hoka One One Cavu FN
Most brands will add some of their shoes with reflective details to enhance visibility but Hoka has taken it to another level with its Fly By Night updates of the Mach and Cavu lines. The new Cavu is especially noticeable when it comes to light as it transforms from a pure black trainer into something that looks like a 1930's black and white wing tip in Chicago, thanks to the large reflective patches on the upper and midsole.
Buy at Pro Direct Running | £ 105
Safety Skin Reflective Skin Spread
If you have absolutely no reflective clothing and intend to have none, you can put this clever distribution on your skin instead. Sprinkle your arms and legs (and your face if you really feel like it), and a dull gray will appear until a light shines on it when it shines dramatically. Sweat and rain do not wash away the spread, but rest assured that it will easily peel off in your wake shower.
Buy at Amazon | £ 15
Kalenji retro reflective headband
The entire back and sides of this headband are made of reflective material and even the front area has a reflective logo. The warm fabric is also windproof, so your noggin sits as well in frosty winter runs as it is visible.
Buy at Decathlon | £ 2.99
R-Optical Yellow Flu Buff
You should never leave the house for a winter run because of Buff you can keep your neck, head or ears warm or even cover all three at the same time. The design of R-Optical Yellow Fluor has reflective stripes in the middle that make you visible, no matter how you want to wear it.
Buy at Amazon | £ 10.50- £ 24
Proviz REFLECT360 Running Jacket
No one makes a reflective gear like Proviz embeds millions of tiny beads into his clothes so they flare up as soon as light falls on them. This jacket is designed for running in cold weather, so it can be a bit sweaty as you increase the pace, but for light night driving there is no better option to increase your visibility.
Buy at Proviz | £ 84.99
2XU Reflect Compression Tights
If you grab your tights, the weather will be frosty – and it's a breeze extremely sensible thing – these with reflective details around calf and tibia are a great choice. The tight compression also helps pump the blood when warming up in cold conditions.
Buy at Amazon | £ 56.25
CEP Nighttech Socks
If you do not like full-stock tights, these knee-length compression socks that feature reflective dots in the back may be more in your street. The night-tech socks will not only compress the calves, but also fit snugly on the foot to avoid blisters.
Buy at CEP Sports | £ 39.99