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Ultimate Set-Up: Women’s Trail Running


Pearl Izumi Fly Convertible Jacket: This supple layer features tuck-away hand mitts for cold starts. When it warms up, the sleeves zip off and stow in a back pocket. Transfer Dry fabric repels weather, and offers UPF protection. $105; pearlizumi.com

Sherpa Adventure Gear Kipu Tee: Vented mesh on the back and sides, plus IceFil fabric that reacts to sweat and cools skin, make the Kipu ideal for hot weather exertion. $50; sherpaadventuregear.com

Oiselle Scantron Tank: This Seattle start-up has garnered attention for signing elite runners like Kara Goucher. Soft, svelte, and zero chafe. $48; oiselle.com 

Dynafit React Skirt: Dynafit never skimps on performance: In the React, a mix of nylon and Spandex keep the fabric light and supple, while a mesh liner offers modesty and breathability. $80

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Salomon Park 2IN1 Short: The 2IN1 shorts include a flat waistband and interior liner behind the four-inch inseam. Reflective hits and a zippered pocket add versatility. $45

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Mountain Hardwear Power Cooler SportBra: Sport bra? Cool.Q Zero tech—sweat activates cooling fabric—a racerback design, flat seams, and four-way stretch make this an extreme bra. $45

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UltrAspire Surge: Savvy features abound: a two-liter Hydrapak reservoir; stash pocket for layers; zips, pulls, magnets to secure essentials, dual compression straps for a quiet ride. $120

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From the Early Summer 2014 issue. Back to Trail Test 2014

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