WHEN TEMPERATURES FALL into the teens, even the most dedicated runners have trouble mustering the will to step out the door. A winter run can be a roller-coaster ride of sweat-drenched overheating alternating with frozen-perspiration chills. Luckily, the latest textiles can smooth the transition from the frigid first minutes to those endorphin-charged middle miles. Here are some key pieces to help you become a fully acclimated all-weather jogger.—Dennis Tang
A version of this article appeared February 9, 2013, on page D11 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal, with the headline: No-Excuses Running Gear.