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If you are a low maintenance person, chances are you enjoy running. Running out of clothes and shoes, it doesn’t require any additional equipment, can be done all year round, and of course has long-term benefits. When it comes to training, however, the right equipment can make or break your ability to complete a workout. The right shoes or an ill-fitting bra are two catalysts for an uncomfortable run.
Luckily, Nike has the tools to help you get ahead of the competition, and if you’re interested, check finishing a marathon off the to-do list. The Swoosh continually prove they are the GOAT of athletic wear with an updated line of women’s products specifically designed for novice and expert joggers. After scouring the entire site, we located 10 must-haves, from wearable tech to cold-weather essentials.
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ZoomX Vaporfly Next% 2
If running is your primary source of exercise, you need the best shoes to help you break through new PR. The ZoomX Vaporfly Next% 2 is perhaps Nike’s most innovative sneaker to date. It features a foam heel shell that promises comfortable cushioning while keeping it lightweight. A full-length carbon fiber plate is soft and responsive while making every stride better than the last.
$ 250 at Nike
Air Zoom Pegasus 38
Nike’s Pegasus collection is a favorite among beginner and seasoned joggers. A React foam makes it light, elastic and durable while a mesh upper is breathable, plush and keeps your feet in place.
$ 120 at Nike
Dri-FIT Race Tank Top
A lightweight running top is the secret to a great workout. This one in particular has mesh in key areas to keep you dry and of course, reflective Swoosh graphics for chasing after dark.
$ 30 at Nike
Dri-FIT Shape High Support Bra
Made with the same material as the aforementioned shirt, this sports bra is suitable for women of all breast sizes and will not run out of quality over time.
$ 60 at Nike
Dri-FIT Element Running T-Shirt
There’s a reason this top is highly rated. If you’re running with some sort of wearable tech, a brand new pouch makes it easy to check and a pocket on the left side holds a small valuables.
$ 55 at Nike
One Luxe Mid-Rise Leggings
Leggings that don’t go down during the race are a game-changer. Nike says they feel like a second skin, and a non-sheer fabric passes the squat test to keep you comfortably covered.
$ 90 at Nike
Dri-FIT Run Division Packable Jacket
If it rains, rest assured knowing you’ll be protected with this sweater. The water repellent fabric ensures that you won’t get soaked in the water and when the sun comes up it can be easily stowed away in a small zippered pocket on the back.
$ 100 at Nike
Slim waist bag 2.0
If you have to run with something other than a phone and keys, stash any gear in this fanny pack. The Swoosh is reflective and there is an expandable pocket that won’t look too bulky.
$ 20 at Nike
Spark lightweight running socks
Shoes are not the only footwear needed for a good run. The socks not only add an extra layer of comfort, but this particular set is so thin it’s like you’re running around barefoot.
$ 18 at Nike
Apple Watch Nike Series 6
Okay, it’s probably a bit of a splurge, but it’s obviously worth it if you’re training for a marathon, fitness trip, etc. Equipped with both GPS and cellular function, an updated sensor allows accurate blood oxygen readings and a new sleep app helps establish and maintain a bedtime routine.
$ 499 at Nike
Speed up racing gloves
Even when it’s cold, go for an unforgettable jog with these running gloves.
$ 20 at Nike