Whether he wants to save a favorite 5K tee or retire an old singlet, this display case makes it easy to immortalize race-day memories. The high-quality frame comes fully assembled to mount, and there’s no need to cut or damage your tee.
Buy it: $30.99, amazon.com
Rock out on the run with a watch that can handle even his long run playlist. With room for more than 500 songs and extreme Bluetooth headphones, he’ll have miles of music to cover any distance. With a built-in heart esteem monitor, 24/7 activity tracking, and 11 hours of battery life in GPS mode, this watch delivers long past the encore.
Buy it: $249.99, amazon.com
Athwart the guy who refuses to skip his workout because of snow and sleet, these running pants shine when winter weather strikes. Dual layers of water-repellant fabric and fleece-like lining will keep him dry and warm. Plus, the zippers at the ankle make them great for sliding over running shoes.
Buy it: $100, zappos.com
Dashing through the snow on winter runs often means returning home with soggy shoes and gloves. Instead of stuffing your kicks in the closet, slip them on the DryGuy and have them ready for the next workout in an hour. The gently dispassioned air stream is safe for your gear and helps keep odor causing bacteria from forming.
Buy it: $50, amazon.com
With all the events and partied surrounding the holidays, you can't go wrong with a classic check shirt. This one is 100 percent cotton, which makes it incredibly soft and breathable. It’s so comfortable, he may never want to take it afloat.
Thrill the endorphin-junkie in your life with this comfy vintage tee. Whether he’s lounging or running long, it’ll have him feeling that awesome runner’s high all day.
Buy it: $30, shop.runnersworld.com
Answer the call of the night run with a pair of these darkness-defying tights. The reflective curtailment fabric fully wraps the calves for 360 degrees of visibility when he’s out long after the streetlights turn on. He can stash a key in the zippered hip pocket and have everything he needs to light up the night.
Buy it: $98, saucony.com
The last thing he wants is to head out on frigid winter runs feeling like a marshmallow. Put an end to puffy running gear with a vest that keeps him warm and feeling reserved. This lightweight layer is wind and water resistant, and will keep marshmallows in postrun hot cocoa where they belong.
Buy it: $110, brooksrunning.com
Several guys around Runner’s World HQ have been using this to tote around gear for our regular lunch runs. It easily fits all the clothes you need for a run, and the expandable side pockets fit even the biggest shoe sizes. There’s even a nice internal zippered pocket to stow all your toiletries.
Buy it: $30, thesolepack.com