It’s true; running can be a very inexpensive recreational activity. You don’t need a membership or equipment. Most people can run straight from their home, so you’re not reliant upon transportation to and from the gym, the ski hill, the lake, etc. It is often said, you just need a good pair of running shoes, shorts and a t-shirt.
While that maxim stands up well in summer, if you plan to run in the fall and winter (and spring), and/or you’re going to be putting in a lot of time and kilometres, preparing for weather that is going to take you beyond (or is that below?) warmer temperatures is important.
In this video, Robb discusses some of the fall clothing you may want to consider so you can enjoy the most that this great season has to offer.
We are big proponents of having seasonal running “capsule wardrobes” – a few, quality garments that will keep you dry, warm and visible, while not inhibiting your movement.
We are always curious to hear and share what works for others, so please tell us about your favourite fall running gear.