Running is a way of life to some and doesn’t end when the temperatures drop below 40 degrees.
It’s important that you’re detectable to cars and other runners when going on a nighttime run. Before your next jog at sundown, learn more about running reflective options.
No matter your bust size, the right sports bra is essential for your training and activities. Learn how to find a bra that fits you comfortably and securely — in the gym, the yoga studio and beyond.
Say goodbye to the classic cotton tee. The latest high-tech athletic apparel is designed to minimize sweat, control body temperature and support muscles so you can train more comfortably and effectively.
We have three 8-week plans to help you train for your upcoming 5K, whatever your level of running experience.
Gearing up with the appropriate pair of socks can help enhance your experience on the road or on the trail.
Focus on your run—not your clothing—with the latest running apparel from DICK’S Sporting Goods.
Your running apparel should offer comfortable performance as you log miles. From lightweight layers to cold-weather protection, find the exact gear you need to take on training or race day. Beat the heat in airy tanks or layer running shirts with zip-up running jackets for customizable warmth. For total performance, go for the second-skin fit of compression technology.
From the perfect pair of socks to the right lightweight jacket, shop men and women's running gear from top brands, like Nike®, Under Armour®, Brooks®, and Saucony®.
Breath, form, traffic-you have a lot of things on your mind as you run. Your apparel should never be one of them, so select running apparel that delivers a breathable, comfortable feel.
From the inside out, flatlock seams prevent uncomfortable bunching, chafing and irritation. You can reach your new PR in garments designed to wick moisture from your skin. And running apparel designed with quick-drying fabric is great when you're working up a sweat or challenging Mother Nature on a rainy day.
Mesh fabric, inserts and paneling help maintain strategic breathability as you stride. Built-in UV ray protection offers an extra layer of coverage from the sun's damaging rays. The best way to take on cold-weather runs is with layers-from compression to fleece to specialized heat-retaining fabrics.
Runners should always invest in clothing that comes with reflective detailing, which helps offer some visibility in low-light conditions. Running vests and wearable lights promote safety in your training.
Running accessories are the difference-maker you need. Look for a lightweight running hat or headband to keep hair in check. Choose running socks designed with thin performance fabric and flatlock seams for comfort. Socks that are sculpted and shaped to match the natural ball and heel strike pattern of your foot feel natural and comfortable.