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CHRISTINA791 SparkPoints: (42,241)
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12/30/12 12:17 A

My favourite discovery for this year: I can put reusable gel heat packs in my sports bra (there's a slot for extra padding that I never use). Keeps the girls nice and toasty!

RUN4FOOD Posts: 1,431
12/29/12 8:27 P

In Houston we don't get too cold, maybe into the low 30's. That's not too hard to dress for and we only get snow once every 5 years or so, not something we worry about.

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (111,165)
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12/29/12 7:45 P

I own a down running skirt. It is more fashion than function.

OAKDALE41 Posts: 952
12/29/12 7:22 P

I discovered that no matter how warm i dress for winter running my thighs and back side get cold and the rest of me is warm.

I was recently in a sporting goods store that specializes in ski equipment and clothing. They were selling down skirts. They had three lengths. I immediately purchased the mid-length skirt.

The down Skirt - a brilliant idea for winter sports for women!!

Now I am thinking of buying shoes with rubber lugs on them for jogging in the snow.

How do you stay warm running in the winter?

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