Janji’s Spring Kit Rocks Shoulder Season Conditions

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Janji’s new Philipines collection is a casual kit for fickle shoulder-season temps. With functional, sporty and bright fabrics, you’ll be ready to rock your spring tempos no matter the temperature. Plus, it’s all on sale!

Runpaca Shirt


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This super-soft tee combines airy cotton with thermo-regulating and odor-resistant alpaca fleece. It like your favorite tee and performs like real, athletic gear. The alpaca blend lets you wear it back-to-back odor-free without washing, and helps keep you cool even when the going gets hot.

We used this top for everything from easy yogs to tough workouts, and even around the office (It’s odor-free!). There’s also a runpaca tank top for extra breathability for suns-out-guns-out kind of days. 

Qtr-Zip Jacket


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Functional and flattering, this jacket has a modern silhouette that sits just above the hips for a slightly cropped fit. The soft fabric is stretchy, and wind and water-resistant, and it makes a nice mid-layer stashed in your vest or tied around your waist.

A soft collar won’t chafe or flap against your neck when you’re pushing the pace, and perforated side panels add breathability. 

AFO Middle Short


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These 3″ inseam  (5” for men) shorts are made with an ultralight, fast-drying shell material that’s flexible and breathable. Cut like a classic track short, they provide decent coverage and side splits add extra flexibility.

An interior brief=liner pocket has a bungee key loop to lock small valuables in place, and a back pocket can hold a gel and credit card. The stretchy waistband is secure enough to hold shorts up (snacks and all) without pinching at the hips. These are the great shorts for warmer days, or even slightly rainy runs that need a bit of extra weather-proofing. 

Zoë Rom is Assistant Editor at Trail Runner , host of the DNF Podcast and Gear EditorShe enjoys podcasts and pizza. 

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