Outfit of the Week: The Flash

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Since National Running Safety Month began yesterday, we’ve got the perfect outfit to keep you safe on the roads at night! This hyper-reflective outfit is perfect for a chilly (but not frigid) winter evening. The combo of a light baselayer, wind and water resistant jacket, and mid-weight tights will get you through your runs of anywhere from 20*-40* based on how hot or cold you run (more on that in another post).

  1. Saucony Sonic Reflex Jacket $135 – This jacket offers 360* of reflectivity to keep you safe on the roads. It’s DWR-coated for wind and water resistance, has zip pockets, and an ergonomic front-zip for full comfort.
  2. Saucony Daybreak Long Sleeve $56 – One of our most versatile pieces of the winter – this lightweight baselayer is perfect on its own when the weather is warm, and easy to layer when the temperature drops.
  3. The North Face Motus Tight $90 – These tights are seriously awesome. 360* of reflectivity on your moving parts ensures that drivers will always see you.
  4. Craft Brilliant 2.0 Headband $25 – More places we can add reflectivity! A brushed thermal fabric keeps your ears warm.
  5. Balega Hidden Comfort Socks $12 – Plush and comfy, there’s a reason this is the #1 running sock in America. A synthetic weave keeps your feet dry and blister-free.
  6. DuraVision Sunlight USB Rechargeable Safety Light $30 – Never worry about batteries again. This super bright rechargeable clip on light has four modes and 80 lumens of light to help illuminate the road in front of you.
  7. Adidas Energy Boost 3 $160 – A tech-fit upper wraps your foot like a glove in this high-cushioned neutral trainer.

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