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Women's trail jackets

Whether you're running trail or ultra trail running, suitable equipment is essential for every discipline. Indeed, these races in the wild are demanding and require both a good physical condition but also a specific equipment to overcome all natural obstacles.

Trail jackets are designed to protect you from sudden weather and climate change while ensuring optimal moisture evacuation. With fun and safety, women's trail jackets slip easily into a backpack and ensure that body warmth is maintained in all circumstances.

Choosing the right trail jacket 

If you're a woman looking for a trail jacket, you know that the right jacket can make a big difference to your comfort and performance. But how do you choose the right jacket for your next trail race? In this guide, we'll look at the key features to consider when choosing a trail jacket, as well as some of the best options on the market.

- Weight and breathability

When you're running on the trail, you want a lightweight jacket that doesn't weigh you down, but protects you from the elements. Women's trail jackets are designed to be lightweight, breathable and water resistant. It's important to choose a jacket that allows heat and moisture to escape to avoid overheating and discomfort.

- Durability

Trail running is a demanding activity for clothing, and jackets are no exception. The jacket you choose should be robust enough to withstand the harsh conditions of the trail. Trail jackets made of technical and tough materials can help ensure durability and weather resistance.

- The type of trail

Trails can vary greatly in terms of terrain and weather conditions. If you're running on trails with brush or low-hanging branches, you may want to opt for a longer jacket to protect you from scratches. If you are running in very wet or windy conditions, you may want to opt for a waterproof jacket.

- Versatility

If you're looking for a jacket for a variety of outdoor activities, it's important to choose a jacket that is suitable for multi-purpose use. Jackets with removable features, such as hoods or liners, can offer more versatility for a variety of conditions.

Women's running jackets

Thanks to the SALOMON women's trail jacket, no raindrop will stop your race. Very light, it is completely waterproof to allow you to enjoy your favorite sports activity. Breathing, it removes moisture and keeps you dry throughout your effort. The RAIDLIGHT trail jacket has been designed for all winter racing enthusiasts. Equipped with ThermoFleece technology, it allows you to practice trail running even in negative temperatures. Optimizing breathability and promoting heat, it guarantees a high level of comfort all season long. For freedom of movement, opt for the ADIDAS women's trail jacket. Combining ventilation and moisture removal, it will be a real ally on any type of terrain. In addition, it has flat seams that reduce the risk of irritation due to perspiration. Very stretch, nothing can stop you crossing the finish line!

Trail and ultra trail: what equipment should you choose?

Trail running and ultra trail running are two types of running races in natural environments that are becoming increasingly popular. Although both types of race take place in similar environments, there are some key differences between trail and ultra trail.

The trail is generally considered to be a wilderness run of between 5 and 50 km, with a variety of trails that may include climbs and descents, technical sections and flat areas. Trail races can take place over one day or be organised in several stages. Trail running is an excellent way to discover new trails, enjoy nature and keep fit.

On the other hand, the ultra trail is a longer form of trail running, with distances generally ranging from 50 to 160 km or more. Ultra trail races often take place over several days and require more physical and mental preparation than shorter trail races. Ultra trail runners are often experienced runners looking for new challenges and to test their limits.

In terms of terrain, trail races can be more technical with steeper climbs and descents, while ultra trail races can take place on more varied terrain including technical trails, forest paths and country roads. Ultra trail races may also involve greater elevation changes and more difficult weather conditions.

In terms of equipment, both trail runners and ultra trail runners need sturdy trail shoes and weather-appropriate clothing. Ultra trail runners may need additional equipment such as walking poles, a headlamp for night runs, and nutrition and hydration equipment for a longer run.

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