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5 Products That Give Back During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’ve rounded up a collection of fun running products made and sold by companies that give back to breast cancer research.

Related: What You Need To Know About Getting Breast Cancer Screenings

Sock Guy Save The Tatas Socks, $12

These soft, breathable socks emblazoned with the rallying cry “save the tatas” will keep your feet warm and dry when autumn temps take a dive toward winter. Sock Guy donates 20 percent of proceeds to the Save the Ta-tas Foundation.

Sweaty Bands Breast Cancer Hope Pink Headband, $15

A pretty and fun accent to your running ensemble, these headbands are one size fits all. Sweaty Bands is donating all net proceeds from purchases of this headband to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Balega Words Of Grit & Grace Socks, $14

We’re sensing a strong sock theme among breast cancer awareness products, but Balega deviates from the typical all-pink style by sprinkling in some sunny yellow. Balega donates $1 of every sale to the Breast Cancer Prevention Partners.

The North Face Pink Ribbon Osito 2 Jacket, $99

This jacket is crazy soft–perfect for a chilly winter run or for when you want to feel cozy while zooming around town. The North Face supports Boarding for Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Fund to promote cancer prevention and early detection.

Groove Life Breast Cancer Awareness Ring, $35

This breathable ring featuring a white outline of the pink ribbon is made of medical grade silicone and comes with a lifetime warranty. Groove Life is donating 20 percent of proceeds from sales of this ring throughout October to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Related:

The 4 Steps To Restructuring Life After Breast Cancer

How One Runner Discovered Her Own Breast Cancer

8 Foods That Are Proven To Help Prevent Breast Cancer

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