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3 running gloves made for winter training

Daily Dose: Stay warm and dry during chilly outdoor runs

Nike's Tech Index Running Mitt features a touchscreen-compatible thumb for easy access on a media player or smartphone. / Nike

Training doesn’t halt just because the temps drop. And if that involves running in chilly temps, we’ve got you covered (well, your hands at least) with high-performance winter gloves that keep you warm and ready to brave cold weather.  

Nike Tech Index Running Mitt, $30
The touchscreen-compatible thumb allows you to keep the gloves on and still easily access your iPod or smartphone. The Storm-FIT fabric helps repel rain and snow and protect your hands from chilly wind.

Under Armour ColdGear Liner Gloves, $25
Moisture-wicking fabric keeps your hands from feeling sweaty. The glove is treated with anti-odor technology to keep smells at bay. There's even a microfiber panel designed specifically for wiping your nose.

Asics All-In-One Mitt, $38
If you like gloves and mittens, this pick’s for you. Wear either option individually, or layer the mitten on the glove for when you want extra warmth.   



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