Keeping Pace

As the number of marathons conducted in city is steadily increasing, we pick running essentials to help you stay ahead of the pack

Published: 18th May 2015 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th May 2015 06:04 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Ditch your drab sports gear and opt for pieces that will see you sweating it out in style -- be it Lucas Hugh leggings or chic shoes from Nike.

Full tank

This Kalenji hydration belt comes with a slim zipped pocket for light essentials, and two tilted bottle holders for easy access. Sitting just above or on the hips, it does not hamper with movement and the tilt ensures minimal stall. Rs 899. Details: online

Sound bites

Your ideal run partner, the W Series Sports Walkman  features lightweight, snug-fitting, wireless in-ear buds. If you press the play button for two seconds, it’ll scan the database (ZAPPIN) to play songs to match the intensity of your run. Rs 6,490. Details: online

Burn bright

Nothing like a flaming orange pair of running shoes to keep you in the game during the long stretches. The pair from Nike comes with hexagonal flex grooves on the outsole for a fuller range of motion and a stretchy, double yarn make that offers flexibility and extra support. Rs 12,995.

Stretch it

High on functionality as well as light-hearted appeal, the second-skin format of these leadlight printed stretch leggings from Lucas Hugh will make sure the fabric moves with you. We also love the neat front pockets for your phone and the back compartment for a credit card or emergency money. Rs 35,000 online

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