Select BITR Apparel On Sale. Shop Now
Road Running Shoes • September 22, 2023

Our Running Warehouse Picks of The Week (9/22/2023)

We independently review everything we recommend. When you buy through our links, we may earn a commission.

What You Need To Know

Stock up

Maybe fall is in sight? Or at least marathon season is coming…


Running Warehouse has plenty of new styles


Check back next week for even more good stuff


Alright, so we may have achieved a minor miracle. It’s finally below 90 degrees here in Baltimore, and we’re practically ready to throw a party. Short of that, we’ll give you some Running Warehouse picks so you can celebrate with a healthy dose of retail therapy.

We’re back to our regularly scheduled mix of, well, whatever we damn well please. Some shoes, some not-shoes, but all of it is available at Running Warehouse. No matter what we end up choosing, there’s always something to pick up. Our goal is to provide a few new selections each week, so check back real soon if you’re not into this week’s options.

If we’ve reviewed one of our picks, we’ll be sure to link it. If not… maybe just trust us? We’d be buying all of this gear ourselves if we had an unlimited budget.

NOTE: We earn affiliate revenue from Running Warehouse, so anything you buy helps us keep the lights on.

Women’s New Balance FuelCell SC Elite v3

Alright, we’re on our way to New York City for the marathon this fall, and it’s time to start gearing up. While we’re getting our gear directly from New Balance, you can match our style with your own pair of SC Elite v3 from Running Warehouse. This NYC Marathon colorway just dropped, and it’s the perfect mix of icy with a little pop of neon. Even if you’re not running in New York, this is still a great colorway for your fall race schedule.

PRICE: $244

Shop New Balance SC Elite v3 – Women

Men’s ChicknLegs Half Tights

Stickin’ with race day gear, there’s a new brand of half tights in town. ChicknLegs already made a splash with highly patterned short shorts to take on BOA’s dominance, and now it’s back with half tights. They’re just as bright and bold as the brand’s shorts, just with a bit more coverage and some sizable side pockets. There are plenty of colors to pick from at Running Warehouse, so add some pop to your race day setup.

PRICE: $35

Shop ChicknLegs Half Tights – Men

SmartWool Merino Reversible Beanie

Yeah, we might be getting ahead of ourselves with this one, but as Jon Snow said, winter is coming. Before long, it’ll be cold outside and dark by five o’clock. When that day comes, you’re gonna want something to keep your head warm — it’s just smart, after all. Did you catch that? It was a SmartWool pun. This SmartWool reversible beanie is a perfect (and lightweight) way to keep your head cozy in style.

PRICE: $27

Shop SmartWool Reversible Beanie

Women’s Saucony Fortify Hot Short

Since we jumped ahead to winter, we may as well roll it back to spring. The Saucony Fortify Hot Short feels like the perfect way to embrace April showers and May flowers, but maybe it’s just because the shorts are bright, bright pink. Anyway, you could totally wear them for race day, too. The 3-inch inseam is the perfect length for runnin’ light and fast, and there are other colors at Running Warehouse if you’re not thinkin’ pink.

PRICE: $50

Shop Saucony Fortify Hot Short – Women

Men’s Nike Infinity RN 4 Gore-Tex

Another inevitability of the fall season is, well, rain. We’re currently forecast for a tropical storm here in Baltimore this weekend, so you can bet it’s gonna be a bit wet. If you’re in town — or if you’re expecting some weather of your own — you might want to grab a pair of Gore-Tex running shoes. The waterproof membrane used to be a trail-focused feature, but it’s finally coming to the road scene, with Hoka, Asics, and now Nike picking up the pace.

PRICE: $190

Shop Nike Infinity RN 4 Gore-Tex – Men

Women’s Craft ADV Subz Sweater

We’ll finish it off with one more cold-weather pick, the Craft ADV Subz Sweater. It might not really be a running pick, but you can definitely slip it on as an extra layer either before or after your run. The sweater is inspired by the Skanderna peninsula in Scandinavia, so you can believe they know something about the cold. Honestly, maybe we just picked this one because we love the colorway that landed at Running Warehouse.

PRICE: $129

Shop Craft ADV Subz Sweater – Women

Want to learn more about how our review process works? Check out this guide.


Have something to say? Leave a Comment

  1. Gary says:

    Wow, those are some expensive gloves.. $120?

    1. Veronica says:

      typo… they are 30 dollars

  2. sam says:

    hit link gloves are $30

  3. To tell the truth, I would like to choose WOMEN’S PATAGONIA HOUDINI JACKET. The Houdini Women’s Hooded Jacket is an ultralight windbreaker for running, cycling, weekend hiking, light trekking and everyday use. The jacket is made of durable and lightweight ripstop nylon that provides wind protection. DWR water-repellent coating for added protection against moisture. The jacket can be worn over a base layer of clothing or lightweight insulations. The hood is easily adjustable with one hand by means of a retractable drawstring at the back of the hood. When secured, it fully retains peripheral vision. Sleeve cuffs with elastic insert. The bottom of the jacket is adjustable with an elastic cord with a lock. The back is rounded and slightly low, it covers the waist during bending over. One chest pocket with zipper. The jacket is very compact, it tucks away into its own chest pocket, which has a loop for hanging the jacket from a backpack. The reflective logo on the chest increases safety at night. The Houdini jacket is a comfortable, compact and lightweight full windbreaker with all the features you need.

  4. Frank says:

    About those tights … CHICKNLEGS … I will for sure order these and wear them often!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Post
Previous Post
Read Article atreyu race model cover
Road Running Shoes • September 22, 2023

Atreyu Race Model Review: Tex-Swiss Army Knife