Running in the Rain Gear

There’s no way a spot of rain is going to keep a dedicated runner like you inside! With Brooks’ running in the rain gear, you’ll stay dry, keep warm and look great.

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Warm and dry in Brooks’ running in the rain gear

When it comes to wet weather running gear, Brooks has everything you’ll need to stay dry and comfortable. Whether you’re heading out on a misty, drizzly morning or into a tropical downpour, our range of technologically advanced clothes for running in the rain will ensure a great training session. The high visibility markings on some of our garments will keep you safe in less optimal light conditions too.

We’ve put a lot of thought into our wet weather running gear

When it comes to running clothes for rain, you can be sure we’ve done our homework. We’ve selected the best, most advanced materials for our running in the rain gear. Midweight thermal shirts will keep you nice and warm, while a wind- and water-resistant, breathable upper layer will ensure you stay dry too. Different styles cater to all kinds of weather conditions, so you’ll never be caught short.

Running in the rain gear from top to toe!

Naturally, the first thing you’ll probably think about when selecting wet weather running gear is a good running jacket. But there’s so much more! For example, take a look at our running socks, designed to be breathable, sweat-wicking and fast-drying to keep your feet comfortable and healthy. Another essential part of your running in the rain gear is an excellent unisex running hat. We have a collection of caps, beanies and headwarmers in all colours and materials to keep you both comfortable and looking great. And finally, no wet weather running gear wardrobe is complete without a good pair of running shoes to keep you going in slippery conditions.