Getty Images Running in hot, humid weather can be tricky. You’ll be keen to keep cranking out the miles through the summer months, but it’s crucial to protect yourself from sunstroke, heat exhaustion and sunburn – a risk even in the most unpredictable ‘gre...
. They feel light, cool and comfortable against the skin, unlike cotton, which gets heavy and damp when you sweat. They're usually made from nylon (or brand names like Coolmax, Dri-FIT or Climalite), and the good ones work so well that they're virtually
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