What to wear for your early morning runs
If you’re an early morning person, chances are that you’re getting in your workout in the mornings too. That means you need to be appropriately clad. Comfortable, moisture-wicking clothes that provide high visibility are absolutely necessary. Take a look at some of them here.
Mornings are a great time to run. The weather’s generally way cooler than in the evenings and the roads are calm and quiet. And a morning run keeps you energetic and on the go the whole day. But make sure you wear high visibility, reflective gear. There’s always a risk of getting run over by a vehicle as visibility is poor in the early hours of the day.
You can wear any bright reflective color like white, orange or yellow. You can wear shoes or jackets with reflectors. Even if you normally stick to a particular running route, there are bound to be times when you have to cross the road to reach the other side or run along the road or highways. So you must be visible.
A Carhartt High Visibility t-shirt is made with Work-dry material. It has Scotchlite reflective material for heightened visibility. And it has convenient pockets to keep your mobile, keys, change or iPod. The moisture-wicking properties keep you cool and dry during your run.
A black Brooks women’s Nightlife jacket offers high-visibility for those dark morning or twilight hours. They offer weather protection too. The jacket has retroreflectivity, thumbholes, back venting and is ergonomically designed.
Team your high visibility shirt with thermal sweat pants. Under Armour women’s Heritage terry pants are very comfortable and provide thermal regulation. The thermal pants are stylish and keep sweat away to leave you feeling dry and cool.
Check out Volcom girl’s Moclov skimpy sweat pants. They’re skinny style and cropped. The drawstring at the waist allows for a good fit and offers superior comfort for your morning run.