Garmin vivoactive 3 $300
Your sports, your purchases are a tap away with Garmin vívoactive 3. This customizable smartwatch includes built-in GPS, 15 preloaded sports apps, and new Garmin Pay so you can leave your phone and wallet at home. Along with robust fitness tracking, it calculates your VO2 max and monitors stress. Its ambidextrous design, touchscreen, and Side Swipe interface let you seamlessly go from checking the weather to monitoring your heart rate to answering emails.
Goodr Sunglasses $25
Performance sunglasses have long suffered from being over-engineered, expensive, and most often ugly. Enter Goodr—reasonably priced, simple, and great-looking sunglasses that do not disappoint. Goodr sunglasses are lightweight, slip and bounce proof, include polarized lenses, and will up your style game more than a velour jumpsuit.
Remodeez Footwear Deodorizer $10
Keep those kicks fresh and clean! Place Remodeez footwear deodorizer in your shoes between wearings to remove odor and moisture. Made to fit athletic shoes, boots, sports gear, and more. Non-toxic and odorless—it removes smell, not masks it.
Visibility Essentials $10-$80
Being safe and seen is of utmost importance when running in the dark. It isn’t a bad thing to be cautious when running after sunset, which makes you more aware of your surroundings. Visibility essentials are just that—essential.
Patagonia Retro Pile P/O (Mens) and Los Gatos Jacket (Womens) $129
Deep pile polyester fleece and a full-length front zipper are go-to jackets for post-run cozy comfort. From the trails to the coffee shop to the pub, there’s no sacrificing function for fashion here. It’s like wearing the Cookie Monster if he were a jacket. And not blue.
Do you have questions about getting started or finding a plan to work for you? Stop in and talk to anyone on our staff. We’ll be happy to help!
Rachel Randall is the go-to girl for all marketing, media, and events at Fleet Feet Sports. She has run more marathons that she can count, including the 2017 NYC marathon in November.