Go the distance with our favorite running items and must-haves

From a quick morning run around the local trails to long days of logging miles in the high country, these are our top picks for staying comfortable at any distance.  


Altra Lone Peak 5 (Men’s & Women’s) – $130
Lightweight, with a larger toe box

Hoka One One EVO Mafate 2 (Men’s & Women’s) – $170 
Cushioned and grippy for long run days

Saucony Peregrine 11 (Men’s & Women’s) – $130
Great all around trail shoe for all kinds of terrain

Tecnica MAGMA (Men’s & Women’s) – $140
Double duty: for the runner who also enjoys hiking


Bombas Performance Ankle Running Socks (Men’s) – $16
Breathable, with a seamless toe

Darn Tough Over-the-Calf Ultra-Lighweight Running Socks (Women’s) – $33
Light compression and minimalist style

Swiftwick Vibe Zero (Men’s & Women’s) – $14.99
Medium cushion, moisture-wicking and durable


Nathan VaporHowe 2.0 4L Race Vest (Women’s) – $164.99
For ultramarathon racing

Osprey Duro 6 (Men’s) & Dyna 6 (Women’s) – $110
For long training runs

Salomon ADV Skin 12 (Men’s & Women’s) – $160
Versatile — for short and long runs

Ultimate Direction Ultra Vest 5.0 (Men’s) – $139.95
For ultramarathon racing


Goodr VRG (Men’s & Women’s) – $35
Polarized, affordable and stylish

Smith Reverb (Men’s & Women’s) – $159-$199
The tried and true brand, with Smith’s signature ChromaPop

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Having the right gear on your next trail run will make a world of difference.Terrance Siemon