Depending on where you live, Spring is here. So we had a little snow in the Midwest again this weekend…at least it was 60 the next day, right? The up and down weather means it is time to say goodbye to the treadmills, break out the Spring running clothes and hit the street again for Spring runs. Unfortunately, you never know what each day could bring so why not treat yourself to some new Spring running clothes.
Must-Have Spring Running Clothes
Brooks Streaker Hoodie – Early morning runs mean long sleeves might be necessary for a few more months. This hoodie is lightweight so there is room to breath but will cover enough to get you going in the morning!
Brooks Pureproject Seamless Tank II – Carrying on the theme with Brooks, on those days you’re not too sure what the weather is going to be like it can’t hurt to have a tank that matches your long sleeves. You never know when you might get a little too warm.
Nike Legend 2.0 Dri-Fit Active Leggings – I was gifted a pair of these for Christmas and they very easily have become my favorite pair of pants to wear. Yes, I even snuck them as part of my work outfit a few times. They are light enough that they won’t burn you up on an outdoor run but the dri-fit fabric will keep you warm on a windy day.
Go-Dry Cool Graphic Tank – Each year Old Navy comes out with a whole new line of activewear. The base of the clothing is the same, but the patterns & text on the shirts is different. Of course that means you need to keep relevant. Their Go-Dry active tanks are the BEST for running both indoors and out.
Nike Woven Jacket – It wasn’t until last year that I attempted to run outside with a jacket on. I wasn’t sure how I would feel with the baggy sleeves, but I loved it especially on the days that the winds just wouldn’t quit. Now it is a go to for me this time of the year!
Asics Fit-Sana Zip Front Sport Jacket – If you aren’t too sure about a baggy jacket (or the Nike price tag), Asics makes an more fitted alternative. Still warm and comfy, but bright enough for cars to see you a mile away. Seriously though, who doesn’t love the neon?
Go-Dry Compression Crops For Women – At the end of the day, my favorite running pants will always be from Old Navy Active. Each year their go-dry compression pants come out with new colors, patterns and levels of comfort. If I could live in these all day long I would. Oh, and they’re great for running too.
Nike Dri-Fit Stretch-Jersey Top – When it comes to running I either need long sleeves or sleeveless. I’m that weirdo who can’t stand running in a t-shirt. My long sleeve go to has always been Nike Dri-Fit. Wind resistant, yet warm enough when an early morning run hits just as the sun is starting to warm up the air.When Mother Nature can't decide what she wants the weather to be, buy new running clothes. Click To Tweet
What are your go to Spring running clothes?