Oiselle slays at “warm for winter” women’s running apparel – so it was only a matter of time before their triumphant foray into the winter running accessories world. Renowned for their delicious Lux fabric, it seems that using that same buttery softness in a design for gloves, ear warmers, and beanies was a no brainer.
Introducing the three new Oiselle accessories for winter running:
Keep it simple, soft, and warm with these beautifully heathered lightweight running gloves. It’s amazing what a difference a good set of gloves will do on a cold run. The Lux Gloves won’t leave your hands feeling overheated, but instead provide a thin layer of protection against the chill in the air, so you can keep your focus on the road ahead. With touchscreen fingertips on the pointer finger and thumb, you’ll be able to use your media device without being forced to take your gloves off mid-run. Because it’s the little things.
I don’t know about you, but when my ears are cold, I feel like my whole body is on the brink of frostbite. That might be a little dramatic, but you can avoid all the drama and cover those babies with the Lux Earband. It’s perfect for days that are cold, but not cold enough to warrant a beanie. Or if you’re just not a hat person, the Lux Earband would be a great way to find warmth without full head coverage. It is also the most adaptable when it comes to hairstyle.
It is entirely possible that this may become your new favorite beanie both on and off the run. The heathered grey color looks good with basically anything, and the soft fabric makes you kind of wish that you could get this Lux fabric to cover your entire body. The Lux Beanie is designed with a lightweight profile, so it will provide a soft, warm barrier against the cold, but you won’t find it too heavy or too warm to run in. Pair it with the Lux Gloves for a matchy “Oiselle chic” look that will last you through the winter season and beyond.
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Rachel runs for fitness. It’s entirely about personal health and mental/emotional wellness for her. She’s one of those weirdos that finds proofreading to be thrilling. As manager and lead editor for the Running Warehouse Blog, THIS is her baby. She also recently started a graphic design business with her husband Ryan as a side hustle.