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2015 Running Gear Guide: Apres

We tested out casual wear to use once your run is done.

$30, rockcf.storeenvy.com

Highlight: Looks rad and supports a good cause.
This unisex cotton tee loudly declares your membership in the tribe of runners, and also serves a charitable purpose. Wearing this shirt supports the Rock CF movement to fund research initiatives and heightens public awareness of cystic fibrosis, a chronic lung disease.

$24, runprettyfar.com

Highlight: Blocks out the sun with comfort and style.
Run Pretty Hard combines running and outdoor lifestyles with its Run Hard Wear trucker hat. Not only does this soft foam hat depict a fun and bold design, it comes in handy for sun protection during post-run outings. There’s no need to don a sweaty running technical hat when you could wear a clean and cooling hat with a buffalo on it.

$68, tascperformance.com

Highlight: Casual yet sporty.
If you’re most comfortable in a pair of running shorts, you’ll feel at home in this casual pair. Unlike most sports apparel derived from a polyester blend, Tasc performance products consist of bamboo cellulose mixed with organic cotton fibers that feel as soft as any synthetic.

$48, lululemon.com

Highlight: Transformative in more ways than one.
This is not your ordinary infinity scarf. With snaps on the ends, it can be worn creatively as a shrug, cardigan, poncho, hoodie or even a knapsack. The cotton-like fabric, also used in Lululemon’s technical run apparel, makes it an ideal accessory for either warming up or cooling down.

$59, patagonia.com

Highlight: Plenty of storage without the extra “baggage.”
Made of Patagonia’s ripstop fabric, this women’s courier is durable yet light. The spacious main compartment comfortably holds running clothes, shoes, a towel and other essentials. As much as this bag can carry, though, it also downsizes for easy portability—the entire bag can be compacted into an inner pocket.

$28, kleankanteen.com

Highlight: Chemical-free, reusable and long-lasting.
For the runner too busy for refills, this 40-ounce BPA-free water bottle carries enough liquid to last most of the day. It’s made from high-quality stainless steel that doesn’t corrode as easily as aluminum and is more durable than plastic.