and calf sleeves are also available and start at £55 for the calf sleeves.Pick up a pair now from the Runner’s World store.
Nike Women's Shifter Jacket (£48.00)Kerry says: At £60 this was already good value but the on-sale price makes this pretty much fall into the category of 'can't afford not to'. Nike's Stormfit fabric ensures that in all but the most biblical of weather you'll somehow manage to re...
SPI Belt - Reflective (£26.00)Kerry says: Need to carry your bits and pieces on the run but loathe the idea of toting a bum bag? This small elasticated waist-mounted belt could be the answer. It's small and discreet (depending on what you keep in it you can wear it under your kit...
Adidas Women's Marathon Shorts (£20)Kerry says: If you don't like wearing tights to train in then these are an excellent alternative. These jazzy shorts with a feminine cut are made from Adidas's Climalite wicking fabric, which not only moves sweat away from the body but is extre...
Adidas Response DS Wind Jacket (£37)Kerry says: Whether or not to wear a jacket is a big decision when it comes to running in summer and early autumn. Starting out sans jacket can mean a chilly run with nothing to protect against the wind. Most jackets, even specifically designed...
110% Men's Juggler Knickers (£110.00)Ignore the wacky name – these 3/4 length pants are a serious bit of kit. Available in both men's and women's options, these tights provide compression- and ice-recovery in one garment.Graduated compression in the tights promotes quicker blood ...
GORE Women's Air Jacket (£100)Kerry says: Although the sun is starting to make more frequent appearances, the British summer ahead is sure to bring showers as well as sun. Stay dry on those rainy day runs with the GORE Women's Air Jacket.With a windproof shell, this lightweight j...
Aqua Sphere K180, £19.99Joe says: The latest goggles from swim innovators Aqua Sphere are designed to make your swim more streamlined and therefore speedier. How? Thanks to the amazing hydrodynamics, of course. The K180s are the first ever small-socket goggles to combine asymmetr...
Zoggs Tri Vision, £20Katherine says: While noticeably larger than other goggles in the Zoggs range, the new Tri Vision mask offers superbly clear 180-degree vision thanks to its curved lens technology. The soft frame sits wide on the face for a comfortable fit and little risk of ...
, powered it up and started training. And in two weeks of regular use it hasn’t given me a single problem.The first thing you notice is that it wears its size well – it’s thinner than the 310XT and, while the face is big enough to be easily read on the move
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