Nike Women's 3.5 Tempo Shorts (£16)Kerry says: Stay cool this summer with these funky Nike shorts. The breathable tech fabric and mesh side panels will keep you dry in even the steamiest conditions.The elastic waistband and interior drawstring
Hilly Twin Skin Unisex Socklet (£10.25)Kerry says: Don't let blisters get in the way of your next PB. As frustrating as they are common, blisters can be painful enough to impede even the most focused of runners.Caused by a combination of friction
on the front and back of this quality piece of kit.Buy it now from the Runner's World Store!
Adidas Evil Eye Pro (£155)Kerry says: Stop squinting during your sunny summertime runs and protect your eyes with Adidas Evil Eye Pro S sunglasses.Many runners find it hard to find the right sunglasses - no-one wants bothersome slippage, sweat
Bodyglide Anti Blister and Chafing Stick (£12)Kerry says: Because when it comes to blisters, prevention is much better than cure. Blisters and roughness caused by chafing can be frustrating and painful - and this stick is compact enough to tote in a
.The RW Shoe Lab has once again been fired up and we thrashed these shoes to within an inch of their lives to see how they respond to the pounding you lot are likely to give them out on the road. Runner's World is the only publication in the world
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Orca Unisex Cap (£11.99)Kerry says: Protect yourself from the sun this summer with this lightweight cap from Orca. A perfect cross between visor and hat, it'll keep the sun off your noggin without adding extra bulk.Improving on the previous model
ASICS Gel Kayano 18 (£133)Kerry says: Any shoe that has 18 versions must be doing something right, and such is the case with the Kayano. This titan of the mild-moderate stability category lost some ground with the previous two versions, which had
-in moisture management system so you'll stay dry and the fabric's antibacterial properties keep you bacteria-free and smelling fresh.Buy them now from the Runner's World Store!
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