The 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday Gift Guide

Give a loved one the gift of running this holiday season with our favourite looks, tech and performance wear.


Above Image | Ruby photo studio

Men

1

New Balance M4M seamless ¼ zip

$130
Beautiful silouette; soft fabric.

Osprey Ultralight Stuff Pack

$45
Almost weightless; perfect for commuting or trails.

Asics Anatomic Softshell tight

$130
Ultra comfy; multiple storage pockets.

Arc’teryx Norvan VT trail shoe

$200 (available early 2017)
The Canadian outdoor giant’s first running shoe.

2

Ciele cap

$45
The hippest running hat is from Montreal.

The North Face Momentum K Zip top

$110
Perfect as a mid- or lighter outer layer.

Zoot Dawn Patrol hoodie

$120
Excellent windproof front panelling.

Reebok One Series Run winter tight

$80
Stylish lines and excellent warmth.

Nike Zoom Pegasus 33

$145
The firmest and fastest iteration ever.

3

Under Armour ColdGear Infrared hat

$35
Simple, warm, indestructible and sweat-wicking.

Asics High Neck Seamless Baselayer

$80
Comfortable next-to-skin fit; essential for winter running.

Nike Power Flash Tech tight

$125
Basic black with a clever reflective pattern on the rear calves.

Arc’teryx Norvan VT trail shoe

Women

1

Under Armour headband

$17
Keeps sweat out of your eyes and stays dry.

New Balance Heat Hybrid vest

$140
For colder days; doesn’t bunch with sweat.

Reebok One Series Run ¼ Zip

$80
Light chafe-free fabric.

Reebok One Series Run winter tight

$80
Extra ply warmth on the thigh.

Brooks Cascadia GTX

$160
A trail shoe made to battle snow.

2

Smartwool PhD Light Zip

$150
Clever design and high-quality fabric.

Under Armour Layer Up! liner gloves

$30
Aggressive, reflective pattern.

Smartwool PhD Printed Tight

$150
Warm, breathable wool.

Brooks Cascadia GTX

3

Nike Hyper Shield Flash jacket

$480
Blindingly reflective; for super-cold winter runs.

Under Armour Run True tight

$85
Soft fabric, hip stow pocket. Vented panelling keeps you warm and dry.

Nike Air Max 90

Model’s own.


Gear

WATCHES

Suunto Spartan Ultra

$899–1,099
For running in the mountains and tracking every aspect of your adventure.

Garmin Forerunner 235

$450
Built-in heart rate, super accurate GPS; great value.

Apple Watch Series 2

$489–529
A beautiful timepiece that can do everything, including GPS tracking.

Polar V800

$550
Robust feature set; multisport functionality. For advanced runners.


SOCKS

Smartwool PhD Run

$22
Made of resilliant merino wool.

InStance Fusion Run

$20
An incredible assortment of patterns and colours.

InStance Star Wars Fusion Run

$24
Because stormtroopers.

Balega Hidden: Comfort

$17
Velvety soft yet durable.


EVERYTHING IN BLACK

The North Face Access Backpack

$280
Perfect for the run-commute.

Training Mask

$130
When you can’t make it to the mountain for training.

Ciele GoCap

$45
The hippest hat is made in Canada.

Under Armour Run gloves

$30
Sleekly designed running gloves for shoulder season running.

Saucony Freedom ISO

$TBA
A bold new direction for the beloved running shoemaker.


MUST-HAVE RECOVERY TOOLS

Trigger Point Nano Foot Roller

$35
Wards off the dreaded plantar fasciitis.

Trigger Point MB5 Massage Ball

$38
Essential for rolling out the tight spots.

Sierrasil

$25–35
Totally natural anti- inflammatory products for joints and muscles.


HYDRATION

FueltBelt H20 2-Bottle Belt

$50
Breathable, padded material, easy in and out flasks and a removable pocket.

Nathan SpeedDraw Plus Insulated Flask

$35
Over half-litre of fluid and a zip pocket for cards and keys. –CR