It’s the most “Runderful” time of the year. Who else is invigorated by the cooler temps? Personally, I can’t get enough of fall and winter running. It’s all about choosing the right gear for the elements. A quality running hat, headband or face cover can make all the difference on a winter run. I am sharing a few of my favorite winter running hats guaranteed to keep you warm and happy while you pile on the winter miles. This post contains affiliate links.
- Winter Running Hats & Headbands Guaranteed to Keep You Warm
- Trailheads Trailblazer Ponytail cap
- Athleta Cold Weather Reflective Baseball Cap
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- What are some of your winter running must haves? Warmest accessory?
- Thanks for helping to make the Runners’ Roundup a huge success by visiting all of the hosts: Laura, Me, Debbie, Jen, Lisa
Winter Running Hats & Headbands Guaranteed to Keep You Warm
“Add to cart”! A perennial favorite for it’s fleece ear and neck coverings. Reflecitve stitching and the popular ponytail access make this baseball cap style hat a top pick. The curved bill protects your face from the elements. ($32)
Fleece lined interior brings warmth to winter runs and high visibility for those who run in the wee hours. ($38)
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Prefer a headband to cover your ears? These SmartWool reversible merino wool headbands offer great coverage and comfort on a winter run. ($22)
This RUN beanie was one of my most worn accessories last winter. Use this link for 10% off of it or anything on the Sarah Marie Designs site. ($32)
Don’t be surprised if you see me and my run squad sporting these Run For It All Neckwarmers soon. I think they are going to be a staple for their warmth and their face covering. Also seen in my holiday guide for runners.
And if you prefer to go full on ninja this winter, I have been eyeing this gem since last year. The Athleta Flurry Balaclava is just what you need. Full face and neck coverage.
What are some of your winter running must haves? Warmest accessory?
Thanks for helping to make the Runners’ Roundup a huge success by visiting all of the hosts: Laura, Me, Debbie, Jen, Lisa