Deck your shoes with boughs of holly. Or lights. Or bells.
The holiday season is finally upon us. We can probably all agree that some extra cheer is warranted as 2020 comes to a close. Consider the following to take your run from drab to jolly:
Make it lit
Lace some color changing LEDs through your shoelaces to brighten up your routine. Not only will this bring smiles to fellow runners, but you’ll get an extra layer of safety on your nighttime runs, too.
Jingle all the way
Oh what fun it is to stride. Make sure the world knows how much you love running and the Christmas season with some auditory adornments for your shoes. Check out your local art shop and find some jingle bells to loop through your shoelaces. Just don’t trip yourself up trying to play your favourite Christmas hits while out on the path or trail.
Race like Rudolph
There might not be a better way for runners to get into the Christmas spirit than participating in a festive race. Many races will still be totally virtual or have heavy safety precautions in place, but they’re still plenty fun. Search for cleverly named races like Jingle Bell 5k, 12ks of Christmas, and more in your area. If it’s too soon to start training for a Christmas race, search for a spring race and begin your training this winter. Check out one of our race training plans created by Brooks Beasts coach Danny Mackey.
Your winter fun runs wouldn’t be complete without some festive running gear. Our special Run Merry Collection includes the Run Merry Revel 4 and clothing with winter-inspired themes like knitted sweaters, snowflakes, hot chocolate, and more. Explore our Christmas gift guide and watch for exclusive deals this winter.