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  • Oct
  • 30
  • 2015

Winter Gear Up With Mizuno

Winter Gear Up With Mizuno

Mizuno’s collection of winter gear is notable for its entirely unique and innovative fabric– Breath Thermo. This material’s threads create friction when in contact with water, which in turn activates heat.

While running, this means your sweat will wick away and you will stay warm, even on the coldest of days.

Mizuno features Breath Thermo in their apparel– both tops and bottoms– as well as in accessories like hats and gloves.

Our gear is available in our locations and for sale online – free shipping all season!

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See the Mizuno winter gear available at Pacers Running modeled by some of our staff in our lookbook below:

This amazing technology really needs to be tried to be believed, and that’s why we have teamed up with Mizuno to offer a gift to all those who register for the Jingle All the Way 5k to take place on Sunday, December 6th. Every registrant will be able to save $20 on Mizuno gear with a purchase valued at $50 or more. $20 cards distributed during our Jingle All the Way packet pick up starting December 4.

We encourage you to register right away to take advantage of this great deal and get some nice winter gear so you will be ready to keep training when the cold hits.

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