Running communities exist in all places. From Orchard street, Manhattan to the winding roads and altitudes in Colorado, dedicated groups of runners put in the miles regardless of the terrain.
But is running more popular in the city streets or in nature’s open roads?
Recently, we asked a group of 300 Americans whether or not they ran more often “Out in Nature” or on the “City Streets”.
22% of Americans Run in “City Streets” or Urban Areas
Making up the minority, 22% of Americans answered “City Streets” meaning they run in more urban areas. For these folks, we have some men’s style tips from our all new running range, Velocity.
Complete with reflective designs, increased ventilation, and water repellent fabrics, the Velocity Running Jacket and 2 in 1 Short were designed for high visibility in low light situations with added breathability and performance.
Extra reflectivity comes in handy when you’re dodging traffic or shooting through the bike lane so these pieces are perfect for being seen.
The 2 in 1 shorts even come complete with built in compressions to support your toughest sessions. Shop these items below.