October 17 2017
Run Angel co-founder David Caren explains what the Run Angel watch does and why it's an important invention for runner safety.
You’re not made of sugar, sweetheart—so don’t be afraid of a little rain! The newest waterproof running gear will keep you dry through drizzles and downpours.
Crafted by a Seattle-based design team that is more than a little familiar with wet weather, this transparent raincoat brightens up dreary days—and looks super-stylish layered over a colorful tank. $82, oiselle.com
Not a fan of the leave-nothingto-the-imagination look that thin, wet shorts create? Step into these slim-fitting pants crafted from water- and wind-resistant fabric. $160, goreapparel.com
Soggy running clothes are a total drag. Prevent wet weather from seeping in with a waterproofing spray that revives wicking gear. $15, nikwax.com