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Fun Colored Shoe Laces
What does your runner like best? Do they eat GU on long runs, or snack on cliff bars before a run? Find out how they like to fuel and get a few for their stocking.
Neck warmers, or gaters as some companies call them, are great for the really cold winter morning (or evening) runs. You know those mornings where you step outside and can see your breath emit from your own nose! Yeah, those mornings. Help the runner in your life breath a little easier with a neck and face warmer.
Pace bands are a silicone bracelet runners can wear that has paces set out into splits. This way a runner who is looking to PR can simply look at their wrist to see if they’re hitting the correct splits for each mile. This silicone bracelet is a much better idea than the homemade paper ones we’ve seen out on the race course.
Chapstick is very helpful if your runner lives in a dry climate. A morning run in a dry climate without chapstick could mean a split lip simply from cracking a smile!
Everyone travels for a run or race sometimes, and baby wipes are great after a hard run. Sometimes it just feels really good to clean the sweat off your body before you get back in the car to drive home (plus your car won’t stick like sweaty body either).