Here's pretty much anything I may take out on a run. Let's start with stuff I wear - from the feet up - and then get to gear and accessories.
- Brooks Divide 3 - new to me as of 2022-11-12. I've been having some ankle pain on the left side - not due to bad shoes but because I have some muscle issues I think - but these should be helpful moving forward. Maybe?
- Hoka Torrent 2 - I've been through many pairs of these and generally get around 500 miles on them. I'm keeping my last pair for this winter - I got them screwed at the local running store for snow running.
- Injinji toe socks - I like these for long days but they sure don't last
- Normal non-toe running socks
- Nothing special - typical running pants. Not tights although I have one pair for layering on extra cold days.
- MYOG Wind Pants
- Nothing special - typical running shorts with a liner.
- Mountain Hardware Crater Lake sun hoody - this is my go-to running shirt. It ventilates really well for hot summer mountain days but is also comfy under a wind shell in cooler weather. UPF 50 sun protection, long sleeves and a hood.
- Other various long-sleeved technical running shirts - I don't wear short sleeves running.
Jackets & Shells
- REI "On The Trail" cap - UPF 50 and it cools fairly well, despite needing better ventilation
- Random REI cap from a few years ago - has a floppy brim and is nice and cool & comfy
- New Balance beanie for cold weather
- MYOG Trail Running Pack
- Anything inside that needs to stay dry goes into a gallon ziploc
- Goodr Sunglasses - If the question is running sunglasses, the answer is Goodr.
- Garmin Forerunner 245 - No music
- Biolite 330 Headlamp - I like this - it's comfortable and plenty bright - but the battery life has decreased over time, and the red light went out.
- Rovyvon Aurora A5x Flashlight - It can clip to my hat brim and it's good to carry as a "just in case" light.
- Aonijie 500ml soft water flasks - I carry two of these on my pack. I don't like water bladders. Would prefer wide-mouth or flip-top flask
- Hydrapak filter + Hydrapak Seeker 2L reservoir - For long days I carry a filter and compatible reservoir in the stretchy back pocket of my pack.
- First Aid Kit
- Garmin Inreach Mini - first generation
- Other random stuff - Phone, TP & wipes, etc.