Runner Gifts Series: Shannan’s Wish List


Feetures “no show” Elite Socks in light cushioned merino $15

It is a wonder why anyone in their right mind would spend $15 dollars socks – that is, until you experience them for yourself! Building off of Feetures’ popular “Elite” line of lightly compressed socks (an upgrade from their “originals” series) – these wool versions provide the same left and right foot specific sizing and tightly woven band around the arch while adding a silky soft pairing of rayon from bamboo for enhanced warmth, comfort, and removal of moisture. The “no-show” variety is popular because of its tabbed technology to protect the feet from blisters while still allowing for a hidden look.


The North Face Isotherm LS Crew $90

Intended to be thermal base-layer, the Isotherm crew is a blend of merino wool and knit panels featuring North Face’s FlashDry™ technology – all designed for high performance moisture management, and extreme cold core temperature regulation. Body-mapped panels allow for the athlete’s body to breath more in areas of higher perspiration and heat retention, and reflective logos are placed throughout the top to provide added safety for those low-light early morning or late night runs. The seaming is not only flat, but incredibly flattering (read: slimming!) – so style mavens and gurus be advised! Look good, sweat more.


Nike Tech 2 Capris $65

Nike’s classic 3/4 capris just keep get better with age: a staple of any year-round female runner or gym goer, the Tech 2’s ventilated, moisture-wicking, stretch fabric now features an updated collection of mesh panels for sleek lines and enhanced breathability. A flattering fit made of 100% recycled material, with a discrete back pocket for stowing small personal items – these guys are almost a no-brainer.

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