Doxa announced its spring 2019 running line and it looks fresh. The technical running apparel company based in Denmark, dropped new singlets, shorts and jackets that are ideal for toeing the starting line at your next spring race. The edgy designs use recycled polyester fabric to make your race days faster and lighter. Doxa uses an x-ray print to brand each jacket, singlet and pair of shorts with a unique, and bright, pattern. The jacket has a zipper chest pocket so you can keep your credit card and keys safe during long runs or a quick jog out to grab a coffee. Each piece is breathable and dries quickly, so you’re not carrying an extra five pounds of water weight at the end of a hot and sweaty race.
Beyond the high-performing capabilities of the singlet, 3-inch shorts and jacket, each piece pushes running apparel in a new direction — it’s very fashion-forward. You’ll want to forgo your all-black shorts and matching tank for your next race, instead opting for the Silas Race shorts and Sami singlet, and finishing it up with one of the three lightweight running jackets. Look good, feel good, perform great. While it might be hard to imagine now, spring racing season is just around the corner, so now’s a good time to purchase a new race day kit. The shorts and singlet are about $90, while the jacket is closer to $212 (all prices are listed in Danish kroner, but available for shipping globally.).
Gear Patrol also recommends:
Janji Runpaca Short Sleeve ($54)
Tracksmith Van Cortlandt Striped Mesh T-Shirt ($70)
Satisfy 8-Inch Short ($205)
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