5 Things Women’s Running Loved This Week: September 1, 2017

Snikiddy Organic Mac N’ Cheese Baked Puffs, $3

“The Snikiddy Organic Mac n’ Cheese Baked Puffs are a healthier snack for when I’m really craving something crunchy and savory (e.g., when I’m stress eating during magazine deadline). Made with organic ingredients, including a mild white cheddar cheese and organic corn, this crunchy baked snack, which tastes like a mix between Pirate’s Booty and Cheetos Puffs, hit the spot.” —Bethany Mavis, managing editor

RYU Tough Capri–Interlock HiRise, $85

“RYU’s (Respect Your Universe) Tough Capri–Interlock HiRise is beautifully designed and extremely soft. I love the flattering high waistband, which does not bunch or cause discomfort while running. It feels like a second skin. Love, love, love!” —Fara Rosenzweig, freelance writer

Think Positive Apparel Dancing Tree Tank, $38

“This brand put its mission statement right in its name. Dedicated to positivity and confidence, Think Positive has a wide array of tanks, tees and long sleeve options for women and men. Look closely at each design, for all of the images are made of positive phrases and mantras. The bamboo lyocell, cotton and spandex jersey blend makes the fabric super soft and comfortable for yoga classes or lounging around on a lazy Sunday. The clothes feel good to wear–and, more importantly, their messages make you feel good inside, too.” —Meghan Roos, associate web editor

Brooks Glycerin 15, $150

“I’ve always been a Brooks fan—and the Glycerin 15 shoes make that statement even more true. The shoes are crazy comfy and soft all around your foot; I love this shoe for easy, medium-length runs. Plus their colors never suck, tbh.” —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor

Oiselle Flyout Shorts, $56

“I have two pairs of these shorts and they are on constant rotation. The split-short style gives legs lots of freedom to move in all sorts of direction, but the cut still provides decent coverage. Plus, it has plenty of pockets for storing your keys, cards, cash, fuel, etc., including zippered ones.” –Emily Polachek, web editor at Competitor magazine