Wet weather running gear

Rain in the forecast? Get lightweight protection from wind and rain in the Run Dry collection.

37 products

37 products

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  • Our most protective jacket for your coldest run

    The Shield Hybrid Jacket 2.0 offers wind and water resistance, while its ability to pack down small makes it easy to carry on the go.

  • A streamlined layer that stands up to the elements

    The All-Altitude Jacket shields you from wind & rain while also packing down easily for carrying if the weather improves.

  • Indispensable versatility — now with 100% recycled materials.

    The Canopy Jacket offers on-the-go versatility. Made from lightweight, breathable fabric, this jacket resists rain and packs down small for easy storage.

Running in snow or rain

Don't let the weatherman cancel your workout — lace up some of the best running shoes for wet weather to stay on top of your training in any season. Don't forget to pair shoes with great running gear for cold or wet weather. From moisture-wicking shirts to waterproof jackets and hats, this lineup of wet-weather running gear has you covered.

Start with the foundation: running shoes for rainy days

When you're shopping for running shoes for rain, traction is important. Trail running shoes such as the Ghost 14 GTX or Cascadia 16 GTX are good options whether you're planning to run on road or off. The extra grip designed to keep you moving well over slick grass and muddy trails provides plenty of traction on wet roads.

Don't forget to consider water-resistant running shoes. Keeping your feet protected and dry helps improve your running experience — and if you're running in the snow, waterproof running shoes can help keep your feet warmer.

Other gear for running in rain or snow

Attend to your entire body to ensure the most enjoyable experience. Warmer rain runs might call for pants and shirts made from moisture-wicking fabric to keep you a little drier. The Method 7/8 tights are a great option, and if you want fuller coverage or are running during colder weather, consider something like the Momentum Thermal Tights. Don a top of your choice, and cover it with a weather-resistant jacket, such as the Canopy jacket, and you're set for a run.