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Running Gear to Take Your PR Off the Charts

Multitasking hat

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The ultralightweight Ciele Athletics GoCap has wicking panels and breathable mesh that keep your head cool and dry. A pliable brim makes it packable and machine washable.

($40; cieleathletics.com)

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Cool Top

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Janji's sweat-wicking fabric Vista Nepal Muscle Tank is all business in the front, but a mesh inset in the back keeps air circulating. Plus, 10 percent of each sale goes to fund clean-water projects.

($48; runningwarehouse.com)

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Be-Seen Vest

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The Mission VaporActive Dynamo Running Vest has added reflective details—key for early-morning and late-evening miles. Special high-tech fabric attracts and removes moisture vapor so you stay dry, while a water-repellent finish sheds rain on misty days.

($45, mission.com)

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Light Layer

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Wear the Tracksmith Van Cortlandt Long Sleeve alone on warmer days, or layer up when the temps drop. An antimicrobial finish means less washing, more wearing. (Speaking of which, here's the right way to wash your workout clothes.)

($72; tracksmith.com)

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Wrist Guard

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Customize one of Road ID's Wrist ID Slim 2 bracelets with a mantra that gets you moving and your personal info for peace of mind. (Equip yourself with a personal safety app too.)

($25; amazon.com)

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Dual Tool

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Keep your cell and H2O close at hand with the FuelBelt Tech Fuel water bottle. Snap your iPhone on one side, and slide your hand through the stretchy strap on the other for an effortless on-the-go grip.

($15, fuelbelt.com)

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Easy Sneakers

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These On Cloudsurfer running shoes make you feel like you're striding with little pillows under your feet. The open-air pockets on the sole give added bounce to your step, lessening impact and springing you forward. (Here's how you can tell if it's time to replace your running shoes.)

($150; zappos.com)

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Just-Right Tights

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The thick but breathable fabric on these Rabbit Long Legs tights is ideal for chillier days. Venting behind the knee helps sweat escape, and the wide waistband won't ride down.

($55; runinrabbit.com)

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Stealth Tracker

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The hidden display on the new Garmin vivosmart 3 activity monitor lets you keep a low profile when you're not running (just tap to view). Use the built-in heart rate monitor to guide your runs and get an estimated VO2 max.

($140; garmin.com)

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Bounce Banisher

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It comes in 20 different sizes, so you'll be able to find a stellar fit with the Lululemon Enlite Bra. (The company spent two years designing the bra.) A bonded underband keeps everything in place without digging in, while the cross-strap design and encapsulating cups maximize support and move with you.

($98; lululemon.com)

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