Accessories

Trail Running Gifts For Guys

From vests to shoes, sweatshirts to socks, there’s something here for every down and dirty trail dude on your list this year.

Vapor Krar Hydration Pack 

$200.00

This is your do-it-all vest for rough and tumble adventures. The second-skin like fit is chafe free, and the 1.6 liter capacity gives you enough space for ultra-long adventures. A nifty zip pocket can store your phone, while open access pouches up front keep your snacks grabbable on the go. This is our tried and true pack for big days out. 

Janji Fly By Night Tights 

$88

These tights are my go-to for even the most legging resistant dudes. Subtle detailing with a double-lined front panel lends extra support and modesty.  Breathable, warm and moisture-wicking, these are great for tough workouts in even tougher conditions. Plus, four pockets mean you can carry all the snacks.

DryMax Socks

$18

These are great for the athlete that thinks they don’t need another pair of socks. DryMax’s hydrophobic technology keeps your feet warm and dry even in mushy winter conditions. With an extra layer of protection added at the toe, these socks are ready for the coldest weather you can throw at them.

Tracksmith Off Roads Crew

$138

A relaxed, merino wool crew-neck made just for off-road adventures. Merino wool is durable, comfortable and anti-microbial, so you can run all day funk-free. This mid-weight layer is built for trails, but more than stylish enough for your next Zoom happy hour. 

Rabbit Mister Hood

$70

Great for easy runs or work from home marathons, this comfy hoodie is so cozy, you’ll never want to take it off. Medium-weight brushed fleece makes this sweater built for performance, or for optimizing your downtime.

The North Face FutureLight Shell

$279.95

This is one of the most water-proof shells we’ve ever tested. Ultralight, breathable and not obnoxiously crinkly, this shell is great for the dedicated runner who never lets weather stand between them and a good workout.

Salomon Wild Cross

$97.46

Deep lugs and a burly build make this a great shoe for trail running in variable conditions. Tough, without being overbuilt, this is a great shoe in technical, muddy and snowy terrain for excellent grip without sacrificing weight. These shoes are a go-to for the all-weather runner on your list.

Vuori Performance Joggers 

$89

These pants are a new staple in your trail dude’s on and off-day wardrobe. Packed with performance-ready features like five pockets and sweat-wicking, breathable fleece, these are ready for a tempo on the trail, or a nap on the couch.

Territory Run Co Instinct Cap 

$37

When you want sun protection without a lot of hat, this cap is for you. Ultra-light and sweat-wicking, this modern style is equipped for the rigors of the trail or concealing bad hair days on Zoom.

Cotopaxi Allpa 35L Travel Pack

$200

This do-it-all travel bag takes organization to a whole new level. Organized mesh compartments let you keep sweaty shoes and socks away from clean clothes, and makes sure your deodorant is always within reach. This is my go-to bag for traveling for races so that my kit ALWAYS makes it to the baggage claim.

Skida Handmade Beanie

$36

This mid-weight hat is great for chiller days to keep your noggin warm in style. Handmade in Vermont, this beanie is great for chilly runs or days on the slopes.

Goodr Glasses

$25

These stylin’ frames are deceptively affordable. The lighter tint and polarization makes them great for runs in variable conditions and changing light, and the ultra-light frames keep these bad boys in place when you’re on the run.

Roam and Run Travel Mug


$26

Keep your brew hot in style when you’re headed to the trails. This 16 oz stainless steel travel mug will make sure your coffee is piping hot for hours, so you can caffeinate all day, every day.