Winter Run Layering Guide
When running in the wet, windy, cold and changeable British weather, staying warm and dry without overheating can be a difficult balancing act.
To easily adapt to your environment in changeable weather, you will need a technical ‘layering system’ that wicks away sweat and allows you to comfortably run in varying temperatures and unpredictable weather conditions.
You should always layer-up as though it’s 10°C warmer for cold weather running, but it’s important to take the wind chill factor into account too (wind removes heat faster from the skin, making it seem cooler).
What Wet and Cold Weather Running Clothing Should my Layering System Include?