Give a loved one the gift of running this holiday season with our favourite looks, tech and performance wear.

Men

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1. New Balance M4M seamless ¼ zip
$130
Beautiful silouette; soft fabric.

Osprey Ultralight Stuff Pack
$45
Almost weightless; perfect for commuting or trails.

Asics Anatomic Softshell tight
$130
Ultra comfy; multiple storage pockets.

Arc’teryx Norvan VT trail shoe
$200 (available early 2017)
The Canadian outdoor giant’s first running shoe.

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2. Ciele cap
$45
The hippest running hat is from Montreal.

The North Face Momentum K Zip top
$110
Perfect as a mid- or lighter outer layer.

Zoot Dawn Patrol hoodie
$120
Excellent windproof front panelling.

Reebok One Series Run winter tight
$80
Stylish lines and excellent warmth.

Nike Zoom Pegasus 33
$145
The firmest and fastest iteration ever.

3. Under Armour ColdGear Infrared hat
$35
Simple, warm, indestructible and sweat-wicking.

Asics High Neck Seamless Baselayer
$80
Comfortable next-to-skin fit; essential for winter running.

Nike Power Flash Tech tight
$125
Basic black with a clever reflective pattern on the rear calves.

Arc’teryx Norvan VT trail shoe

Women

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1. Under Armour headband
$17
Keeps sweat out of your eyes and stays dry.

New Balance Heat Hybrid vest
$140
For colder days; doesn’t bunch with sweat.

Reebok One Series Run ¼ Zip
$80
Light chafe-free fabric.

Reebok One Series Run winter tight
$80
Extra ply warmth on the thigh.

Brooks Cascadia GTX
$160
A trail shoe made to battle snow.

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2. Smartwool PhD Light Zip
$150
Clever design and high-quality fabric.

Under Armour Layer Up! liner gloves
$30
Aggressive, reflective pattern.

Smartwool PhD Printed Tight
$150
Warm, breathable wool.

Brooks Cascadia GTX

3. Nike Hyper Shield Flash jacket
$480
Blindingly reflective; for super-cold winter runs.

Under Armour Run True tight
$85
Soft fabric, hip stow pocket. Vented panelling keeps you warm and dry.

Nike Air Max 90
Model’s own.


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