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Shoes & Gear

Winter Poppy: Cold Meets Hot

Winter Poppy Collection

Winter Poppy Collection

Looking for a way to fire up your winter workout wardrobe? Winter Poppy is a rich warm red that sizzles against crisp black and white. The “laydown” shows most of the pieces, but you can see the full winter poppy collection on BrooksRunning.com.

Starting in the upper left corner and going clockwise:

Infiniti 1/2 Zip

Infiniti 1/2 Zip

As a mid layer or on its own, this perfect-weight piece has the retroreflectivity needed for short, dark winter days.

Utopia Thermal Hoodie

Utopia Thermal Hoodie

Also available in Winter Poppy, this versatile hoodie packs a cool-weather performance wallop, with ample style for post-run activities. My favorite detail: side mesh in the hood means your hearing isn’t hampered.

Brooks Hat

Brooks Hat

Sure, this hat will keep the sun off your face… but it will also keep the rain off your face. Potentially more necessary at this time of year!

LSD Lite Jacket

LSD Lite Jacket

Quite possibly my favorite piece — thanks to the handy roll-and-stow hood. This jacket offers breathable weather protection, weighs just 4.3 ounces, and stows in its own pocket. Perfection.

Infiniti Short II

Infiniti Short II

If you live somewhere warm, or transfer your training indoors in the winter (or you just like to wear shorts year-round…), these performance shorts are comfortable AND flattering.

Utopia Thermal Pant

Utopia Thermal Pant

Of course, if you live up north and can’t face a “dreadmill”, these cold-weather pants provide warmth without the weight.

Equilibrium SS

Equilibrium SS

I rave about the softness of the fabric on this top all the time. A great base layer for cold weather — and you can wear it on its own when it gets warm.

Brooks Ravenna

Brooks Ravenna

Not that we think you should match your shoe to your outfit… but if you happen to need a little Guidance when you run, the Ravenna might be the shoe for you.

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