how to choose a running top?

The running tops fulfill a variety of objectives. So how do you make the right choice?

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How To Choose A Running Top?

how to choose a running top?

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The choice of running T-shirt will depend on the following 2 main criteria: the weather conditions and the needs associated with your training sessions or races
1. Depending On The Weather Conditions

KALENJI offers a choice of tops according to the climatic conditions:
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In Hot Weather

If you are running in hot weather, we recommend that you opt for a short-sleeved T-shirt or tank top. Our entire range has optimum perspiration wicking properties and keeps you comfortable and dry when running.
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In Cool/Cold Weather

For cold weather outings, choose clothing with more coverage that will keep you warm without compromising on the breathability you need when running.
2. Depending On Your Needs

KALENJI offers a selection of breathable T-shirts for running in the best possible conditions. Given that every runner is different, your needs are not the same and they can also vary between training and racing:
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Need For Lightness

In order to save weight when racing, opt for the “light” products that guarantee comfort and breathability when running. Furthermore, you will be able to rely on them to save space in your sports bags.
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Need To Minimise Irritations

If you experience irritations or are intent on avoiding them, choose our products that are specially designed for minimising the irritations associated with running practice. Whether the product is designed with as few seams as possible, without any seams at all or with flat seams, you will barely notice it on your skin
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Carrying Need (Nutrition/Hydration)

For going on a training run or racing without having to carry additional carrying accessories, we recommend the trail running clothing. Indeed, the latter are designed with several pockets for carrying your energy gels and bars, smartphones and even small flasks or water bottles.
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