A must for wild swimmers, or anyone who pursues an outdoor activity, is the Dry Robe. An oversized, zip-up coat with a faux shearling lining, it’s great as warm layer, protects you from the elements and is designed to be large and loose so you can change beneath it without hassle.
Dry Robe, £150 dryrobe.com
The Shield jacket is designed to get you noticed, whilst keeping the worst weather out. Lightweight, wind and water resistant, there are internal mittens on the sleeve and pockets for essentials.
Shield jacket, £118 Nike, stockists regionwide
The Gore-Tex membrane on these trail shoes keeps water out but is breathable to allow water to evaporate, so feet stay snug and dry.
Gel-Sonoma Running Shoes, £84.99 Asics, stockists regionwide
The fingers of these gloves have tech touch to enable you to swipe your phone or smartwatch easily, and the optional mitten layer is for extra warmth.
Convertible gloves, £34 underarmour.co.uk
For anyone training at night a high-vis jacket is a must-buy. This stretchy, breathable version lights up like a Christmas tree when reflecting light.
Running jacket, £84.99 provizsports.com
Designed for cold, dark weather, this waterproof hat has a built-in LED light to show you the way.
Roll Cuff beanie, £35 sealskinz.com
Made for outdoor training, with a temperature-regulating thermal fabric and brushed fleece lining, and there’s a back pocket for essentials too.
Thermo leggings, £95 sweatybetty.com