Runner’s Gift Guide

What can you buy your significant runner for this year? Check out our Valentine’s Day Runner’s Gift Guide, and stop by Running Zone to check off your list.

Goodr Sunglasses- $25+

First up on our runner’s gift guide, these sunglasses won’t bounce around or fog up on your run, plus they look great!

Hydro Flask- $25+

Hydro Flask gear can replace single-use plastics like plastic water bottles and is a great gift that your loved one can use every day!

Oofos Recovery Sandals- $50+

Oofos sandals are great for walking around when you’re not wearing shoes. They offer great cushion and arch support.

Cathy explains why Oofos are the perfect gift for runners: “I use my Oofos all the time, like when I am walking around the house or when I get home from work. I love the support and cushion they provide.”

Caterpy- No Tie Shoelaces- $10

This is a practical, and perfect, gift for a runner. Transform your favorite pair of shoes into slip-on shoes. Take your shoes on and off without readjusting laces everyday; and avoid breaking the heel of your shoe from cramming your foot into it.

Aftershokz- Open-Ear Headphones -$100+

If you need a gift for a runner who has everything – these wireless, open-ear headphones are the perfect pick. Aftershokz allow you to listen to your favorite music while still hearing the world around you. These bone conduction headphones are safer to use than regular headphones while running.

Betsy- “I love wearing Aftershokz while I run, because it allows me to be more aware of my surroundings. As a female, I feel safer while running when I’m able to hear what’s going on around me. Plus they’re very comfortable and the sound is great!”

Theragun Mini- $200

If you want the runner on your gift list to really feel special, this recovery item is it. For those who find foam rollers uncomfortable or too manual of a process, massage guns offer a more streamlined, automatic solution.

Garmin Watch- $200+

If your favorite runner is looking to up their training, a new Garmin watch might be just the gift they need. Features like hydration tracking, sleep monitoring, and stress tracking can help improve recovery efforts. Also great features like music storage and contactless payments with Garmin Pay can simplify your daily routine.

Triggerpoint GRID Foam Roller- $35

For a gift for a runner under $50, these foam rollers are a great recovery tool to use in between run sessions. They can help break up lactic acid, that forms during a run, to get you feeling fresh faster.

Feetures- Moisture Wicking Socks- $12+

Socks?! No one will complain about getting these socks as a gift. They help keep the sweat away from your feet, to help prevent blisters. They won’t slide down on your heel during your run, plus Feetures have a lifetime guarantee! This is a perfect gift for a runner under $20.

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