2016 Holiday Gear Guide: Women’s Performance
She'll lead the pack in lightweight, weatherproof fabrics built to withstand the biting cold from head to toe.
Don’t let this jacket’s outer lightweight material fool you—a soft fleece lining not only keeps you plenty warm but also wicks sweat. The FlexShell laminate is both wind and waterproof for wet winters, and super flexible, allowing the arms to move with ease.
This basic long-sleeve (with thumbholes!) is a must-have in every runner’s closet. The seamless shoulders allow for more mobility and the sweat-wicking material limits odor. Plus, it’s functional enough to wear on its own or with a lightweight jacket or vest for more customizable warmth.
The simplicity of this sports bra’s crossback design makes it a great gift to give anyone. It also provides decent coverage without sacrificing support in the cups and straps.
These aren’t your average merino wool leggings. Combined with Tasc’s signature material, bamboo viscose, these leggings are ideal for winter performance while also maintaining a sustainable profile.
For the early morning or late evening runner, these capri’s feature 360-degree reflectivity that’ll keep you visible and, more importantly, safe on the roads. But don’t just wear these in the dark, the side mesh panels allow for ventilated daytime runs too.
The 1260v6 has a T-Beam support in the mid-foot that helps with stability and absorbs some of the shock from impact. Thus, they’re a great option for distance running due to ample, lightweight cushioning that doesn’t sacrifice sleek design.
Made with wool, this beanie will not only keep you warm, but also dry. Plus, the stripes double as reflective yarn for increased visibility on runs during the darker months of winter.