I chose a Go Hat with my Alma Mater on it - Central Michigan University. I already have this type of hat and these are awesome for training in warm weather and running races. I'll probably save this one primarily for races.
The second hat I chose was the Classic in Red. This is like a Du-rag for running. You can tie the back of the hat and fit it just like you you want it. It's also got a built in sweatband too. I actually use this and the shorty, which I have a couple of already, for training in the mornings. These are awesome to use during a dark morning run since you don't need a bill on the hat and it also makes it easier to see the light from your headlamp too.
The third hat I chose was the Summit beanie. It's a bit thicker around your ears to keep them warm and then it's very thin on the top. I originally thought this was for training in Winter. While you could use it part of the Winter, if it's pretty cold out, less than 30, I would recommend one of their other hats including the Thermal Reversible Beanie or the Alpine Reversible Beanie which have much more material to protect you from the elements. I think the name Summit got me thinking that it would be good for up in the mountains but it's better for temps from 30-40 in my opinion.
So that's the new hats I have for this coming season to train. I also just purchased an Alpine Reversible Beanie and a St. Patrick's Day Themed Thermal Reversible Beanie to get me through the rest of winter. For those of you not in Michigan, it's been crazy cold and snowy here this Winter!
|Starting from the blue ha in clockwise order - Thermal Reversible Beanie, Toaster Beanie, Shorty black, Shorty white, Go hat with 26.2(which I save for races mostly), Airlite hat, and the Fleece Race hat.|
Have a great day and....Keep Running!!!!
Note: I received the three hats as part of the ambassador program. All opinions are my own and I'm not required to provide anything other than an honest opinion.