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Must-have items for spring running

From sneakers and windbreakers to watches and socks, this is the gear you need to prepare for whatever "spring" throws at you

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Women's Poseidon Storm hoodie, $75, at Under Armour 

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Women's Nike Dri-Fit filament capri, $48, at Zappos

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Women's Merrell Trail Glove Ascend GTX shoes for women, $160, at Zappos 

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Brooks Women's Podium Long Sleeve Distance Top, $15, at RunOutlet

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Men's UA Imminent Run Jacket, $80, at Under Armour

 

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TYR Men's 7" running shorts, $16, at RunOutlet

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Men's North Face GTD Wind Briefs, $40, at Zappos

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Salomon SpeedCross 3 Trail running shoe, $125, at Backcountry

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Balega Hidden Dry 2 No Show sock, $11, at Socks Addict

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Ironman Easy Trainer 2.0, $100, at Timex 

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X-1 Audio Surge All Sport waterproof earphones, $35, at RunOutlet

Like most of the country, you've probably been trapped in your home for five straight months as the craziest winter in more than 40 years ripped through the United States. Running outdoors has been impossible. According to the experts, temps are expected to rise slowly in the next few weeks, but experience has taught us to prepare for anything and everything. Here are the running clothes and gear that will help you stay dry and warm—no matter the elements.

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