In the cold winter months, you have two choices: run on the dreadmill or run outside in the cold. The treadmill can be so boring, but baby it's cold outside! So beat the boredom, layer up with this cold-weather running gear, and get your miles in no matter the weather!
Be cozy indeed! Choose your favorite from three colors and keep warm all winter long with a hood that's designed to actually cover your head, not just to look cute.
This shirt's made of a warm, moisture-wicking wool blend, and while that might sound itchy, it's not - it's so comfortable and soft... and warm!
You'll need something to keep your legs warm on your run, too, and these running leggings are my favorites!
If you tend to overheat when you wear a full jacket, but it's just too cold to run in just a fleece, try a vest!
Two words: goose down. This running jacket's made with goose down for warmth, and tiny holes to help spread that warmth from your hot zones to cooler areas. Ahh!
I love the bright color choices (pink or orange) and the half-zip front (so you can unzip a bit as you get warmer on your run)... I also love those thumb holes in the sleeves!
I love to run in light snow and rain, and this jacket keeps the rain off but the warm in. Cozy!
My hands always get chilly running outside, from October to May... these gloves really help! Choose from four colors.
I use this around my neck and nose, so I can breathe air that's not so bitter cold... yeah, it gets pretty chilly here in Michigan in February!
I'm so happy one of my favorite brands is now carrying sizes for curvy girls! And this hoodie is super-comfy and warm!
So soft and so warm! I love these ear-cover headbands!
I love the pretty fleece headbands by North Face, but they're not moisture-wicking, which you might need, even in winter.
When it's REALLY cold - wicked cold! - you'll want to layer another shirt under your fleece or jacket, and this ultra-thin piece is just the thing.
Maybe a headband just isn't warm enough... if not, try a beanie, like this one!
Ahh, so warm! I love this one because it's so, so soft inside!
Just like you'll want to layer another shirt under your jacket, you might want to also layer another pair of leggings under your running pants.
Here's another headband option, this one a little lighter-weight and a little wider.
The little zip on one side makes it easy to get off when you're done running. Whew!
Don't forget to keep your toes cozy, too!
Running in the ice and snow requires the same nubby shoes as trail running, so these shoes are great for winter running!
No matter how many warm layers you're wearing, you'll still want to give the girls one extra bit of protection, so I'd recommend a running bra, for sure.
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