Choosing Running Caps, Hats & Gloves

Whether it’s to shade your eyes from the sun, keep the rain off your face or protect fingers from freezing in the winter, here you’ll find breathable, lightweight and comfortable options to meet your needs.


Running Caps

Whether it's to shade your eyes from the sun, keep the rain off your face or protect your scalp from the elements, a running cap is a lightweight solution. They all have elements of reflect for added safety, and most have breathable mesh at the sides. Some are also water-resistant. The backs are adjustable, to accommodate different head shapes and sizes. The main difference between these caps and a baseball style cap is that they are not made of cotton, but lightweight, breathable fabrics that don’t hold onto moisture.
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Running Hats

Keeping your head warm whilst running in colder weather can improve comfort and performance. Running specific hats have a variety of features: the fabrics are wicking and breathable, drawing out moisture and keeping the skin comfortable and dry. Some have a wind-proof fabric for particularly cold conditions. High visibility hats enable you to be seen and stay safer when out on dark mornings and evenings.
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Running Gloves

Keeping your hands warm whilst running in colder weather can improve comfort and performance. Running specific gloves have a variety of features: the fabrics are wicking and breathable, drawing out moisture and keeping the skin comfortable and dry. Some have a wind-proof fabric for particularly cold conditions. Different thicknesses are available from lightweight, to thicker, warmer fabrics. Most offer an element of reflect and some are bright and very visible.
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Running Headbands

If your ears get cold but you find a hat too claustrophobic then running headbands are the perfect solution. The materials used are wicking and breathable plus lightweight. They will protect your ears from the wind and the cold without causing your head to overheat.
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