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Wrap up for wintertime

1 Nike Hypervenom boots, £160
The ground’s gloopy but you’ll keep your touch with these.

2 Adidas TX HYB Sosh jacket, £55
Defy the elements with this breathable, stylish jacket.  

3 Leather Food boot protector, £7
Guaranteed to prolong boot life and not damage stitching.

4 Puma evoPOWER 1 Slip shinpads, £35
These incorporate tech used in F1 – your tibias will thank you.

5 Heat-in-a-click hand-warmers, from £2.72
Stave off hypothermia with these 54ºC button-push pads.

6 Nike Hypershield gloves, £22
The waterproof tech keeps you dry after falling into a puddle.

7 TruSox, £25
With non-slip pads, these socks will keep you aligned.

8 Puma evoPOWER 1 Statement ball, £85
The soft-feel sphere is a stunner in white, peach or blue.

9 Met Office weather app
Apple App Store, free
With 7,000 UK locations, it’s a big help when planning training.

10 Under Armour tracksuit, £40
This all-weather ‘Storm’ is seriously light and comfy.

11 Clima team bag, £40
A tidy kitbag’s a tidy mind – so get compartmentalised!

12 Adidas Trail 21 GTX shoe, £90
Training runs can be a trudge, but these are made for off-road.

13 Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm Flex, from £125
This base layer is super-snug yet  feels as if you’re not wearing one.

14 Adidas Climaheat beanie, from £13.30
A simple, stylish bonce-warmer that uses ‘climaheat’ insulation.


15 Glove Care System, £15
A fine package including Glove Glu spray – handy in the rain.

16 Pro-Direct Glove Towel Shield, £15
This clips to the back of a net, ensuring bone-dry mitts, always.

17 Reusch Receptor Pro X1 Stormbloxx, £75
The premium waterproof material is cosy with great grip.

18 Sondico Core tights, from £9
These classic black tights aren’t too flashy and move very well.