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5 Things Women’s Running Loved This Week: August 21, 2017

Oofos OOlala Sandal, $60

I recently heard someone describe the sensation of walking in these sandals as “floating on clouds.” That person’s description could not be more accurate! These sandals are a MUST for post-run recovery, since they support tired feet, support arches, and are even machine washable! —Stephanie Hoppe, Team WR blogger

 

Cotopaxi Do Good Shirt, $23

Who doesn’t want a shirt that says this simple way of life? We can all learn a little bit from these two words, and I dig that this cool company is just reminding society to stick to the basics and DO GOOD. —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor

It’s A 10 Miracle Leave-In Product, $12.33

Years of the sweat/wash/blow-dry cycle have turned my already coarse hair into straight up bristle. I’ve tried everything from new deep conditioner to old-school olive oil and saran wrap, but nothing has made my hair as soft as this little spray. —Jessie Sebor, VP of Media

Scott James Sport Jewelry Girl Heart Running, $54

I received a sterling silver “runner girl” necklace just like this one as a gift from my mother, a fellow runner girl who understands the “crazy” days when all we want to do is run. This necklace doesn’t tarnish easily, which is a huge plus with me. It’s a simple, delicate reminder of the sport I love so much—and the amazing person who introduced me to running years ago. —Meghan Roos, associate web editor

BRU Sample Pack, $66

Bone broth in a to-go bottle? Yes, please! At first, I was skeptical. But after sipping on this fresh, pressed beverage, I fell in love. The flavors are delicious (love the turmeric ginger chicken broth). Pick up the starter pack to taste all the flavors offered. It’s more than your regular bone broth. This protein-packed beverage has added superfood ingredients and is organic. Tastes great any time of the day! —Fara Rosenzweig, freelance writer

Caitlyn Pilkington

Caitlyn Pilkington

Caitlyn Pilkington is the web editor for Women's Running. She started running competitively in 2001 and has completed three marathons and tons of half marathons. Her proudest moment as a runner was crossing the finish line of her first marathon in 3:29, qualifying for the 2016 Boston Marathon.