The Best Running Hats for Women You Can Wear In Any Climate
Under Armour Fly-By Cap
Made for hot summer long runs, this hat is lightweight, fast-drying, and stretchy to conform to your head. The reflective logo also increases visibility during late-night runs. The pastel shades are so cute, you'll want to wear one for your run and keep wearing it when you're done.
Brooks Running Greenlight Beanie
Nike Dri-Fit Featherlight Cap
This classic ballcap comes in a variety of colors so you can match any mood or running outfit. It features mesh paneling for airflow and an adjustable back to customize the fit to your head. (Related: Did You Know Jet.com Has a Killer Activewear Selection—Including Nike?)
Tillak Wallowa Trail Running Hat
This outdoorsy trucker hat is ideal for trail running, hiking, or lounging around camp—the durable, packable, and quick-drying nylon and mesh mean you can wear it for all three of those activities in one day without a worry. (Related: 10 Trail Running Shoes to Help You Tackle Any Trail)
Sweaty Betty Rapid Run Beanie
With enough slouch to give you some hipster cred, but not so much that it will flap wildly behind you as you run, what more could you ask for from a beanie? If you're thinking "quick-drying, light-but-warm merino wool" sounds kind of high-maintenance, don't worry. This cute beanie still delivers.
Calia by Carrie Underwood Women's Performance Convertible Beanie
Athleta Cold Weather Training Reflective Headband
A winter headband is ideal for topknot enthusiasts and moderate-climate runners alike. This version is lined for warmth and features light reflecting details for low-light runs, which TBH is all runs in winter.
Columbia Sportswear Caldorado Beanie Running Hat
It's estimated you lose 10 percent of your heat through your head, so a running hat is imperative in the winter to avoid the chills. This simple fleece cap also comes in black, but we're partial to the eye-catching Melonade, inspired by 2019's color of the year. (Related: Cold-Weather Workout Accessories You Need)
New Balance Performance Visor
In the blazing hot sun, you want a running hat that blocks the sun but won't make your head hotter—so opt for a visor. This one has an anti-glare and curved brim to keep the sun out of your eyes.
Lululemon Forget The Shivers Beanie
A running hat needs to keep your head warm—without trapping sweat—and stay put through windy/rainy/snowy conditions. This beanie fits the bill with breathable fabric, reflective detailing, and a hole to thread your ponytail through.
Brooks Run Happy Sherpa Hat
Shield your eyes from the run while broadcasting your positive mantra. The internal sweat-wicking band around the rim keeps sweat from dripping in your eyes.