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5 Things Women’s Running Loved This Week

ObservaMé Half Zip Performance Shirt, $80

This half-zip is genius. It is something I didn’t know I needed but now that I have, I can’t live without. With clothes from ObservaMé, they include a special watch opening so you can easily keep an eye on your stats in the coldest of weather. No more fiddling with your sleeves or having no easy way to see your watch in cold climates!” —Ashley Lauretta, freelance web editor

Snack Factory Apple Fruit Sticks, Price Varies By Store

These fruit sticks have a perfect consistency and flavor and they are natural without added sugar or processing. I like snacks that have crunch to them and don’t always want to be grabbing for chips. Eating these are basically like eating an apple—there are actually five in every bag!” —Nicki Miller, managing editor

Hail Merry Caramel Sea Salt Merry Bites, $4.99

“The problem with these little bites is that I can’t stop at just one serving; they are literally that good! Perfect for an on-the-go snack or as a quick post-run pick me up.” —Dorothy Beal of Mile Posts and #TeamWR contributor

Under Armour SpeedForm Gemini 3 Record-Equipped, $159.99

These aren’t just any running shoes—they actually are connected the Under Armour Record app to track every metric under the sun. You don’t even need your phone with you to track runs—and they are super comfortable providing a great ride!” —Nicole Christenson, marketing coordinator

DRINKmaple, $20 for 6

“I know what you’re thinking—WTF with maple water? Surprisingly it was not as overwhelmingly “syrup-y” as you might think. It had but a hint of maple flavor, the rest was just water with the added benefits of minerals and less sugar than coconut water!” —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor

Team WR

Team WR

Team WR represents the Women's Running staff and community behind the magazine and The team was created in July 2014 when Women's Running underwent its first re-design since it debuted in 2009. Collectively, Team WR has run everything, from marathon, to half, to novelty runs, to ultras, to 10K and 5K races, to obstacle events, to triathlons.