The 8 Best Men's Cold Weather Running Clothes to Buy in 2019

Stay warm and comfortable in these winter running clothes

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Staying safe and comfortable when running in cold weather is all about wearing the right clothes. Check out these winter running pants, shirts, and jackets for men.

Our Top Picks

Under Armour Men's Tech 1/4 Zip Long Sleeve Shirt

Under Armour Men's 1/4 Zip

This shirt from Under Armour is the perfect base layer for very cold runs, but can also be worn alone when the temperature is in the 40s or 50s. The zipper can help you regulate your temperature as you warm up during your runs. Runners love the shirt's comfort, breathability, and wicking capabilities.

Saucony Boston Running Pants

Saucony Boston Running Pants

These running pants are perfect to wear alone or over a pair of tights during frigid runs. The fabric — a polyester, rayon, and spandex blend — wicks moisture and stretches to keep you dry and comfortable on your runs. The pants also have a long zipper at the ankle, so you can easily get them on and off over your running shoes.

Under Armour Men's UA Storm Extreme ColdGear Jacket

under armour men's escape jacket

Just like the name suggests, Under Armour's water-resistant fabric keeps you protected and dry, while wind-resistant material block wind, keeping your warm and comfortable in even the most extreme weather. The jacket's advanced high-loft fleece traps heat for warmth without piling on weight and bulkiness. The 360-degree reflectivity adds visibility and safety for running in low light or dark conditions.

Asics Core Long Sleeve Running Shirt

asics core long sleeve running shirt

A long sleeve running shirt is a staple for every runner. This shirt from Asics is breathable, comfortable, and has great wicking capabilities. It's perfect all by itself for cool runs or as a base layer for those cold runs.

Under Armour Men's ColdGear Armour Compression Leggings

under armour compression leggings

A quality pair of leggings is a must for any serious runner who runs in cold weather. Under Armour's Draft, Coldgear Compression Leggings reduce muscle fatigue and ensure warmth in even the coldest winter winds. They also feature anti-odor technology that prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes and 360-degree reflectivity that adds visibility and safety for training during low light conditions.

Drymax Cold Weather Running Socks

Drymax Crew Socks

These socks from Drymax have a special Dual Layer Moisture Removal System, which instantly moves moisture from the skin, through the inner Drymax layer to the outer absorbent layer, keeping feet dry. The third layer of Drymax fiber insulation was added along the front of the sock since that area gets coldest due to wind chill.

The socks also feature dense padding (rather than thick padding), as it protects feet without adding bulk. These socks are designed for use in cold to cool conditions, keeping feet dry, comfortable and odor-free.

Asics Storm Shelter Jacket

asics storm shelter jacket

Made from ASICS most protective, waterproof and windproof fabric, this jacket can help you battle any kind of bad weather. Also features wind panels for additional warmth and comfort, strategic venting to prevent overheating, and security pockets at sides and chest.

Brooks Men's Utopia Thermal Pant

brooks thermal visibility pants

These running pants offer a visibility boost and a comfortable new fit to keep you warm and seen no matter when you hit the road. They also feature two zippered side pockets, zippered back yoke pocket, and an interior pocket for key or I.D.​


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