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Children's Trail Clothing at Precision Ski
When trail running, it's important to wear comfortable, lightweight, breathable clothing that allows you to move easily and regulate your body temperature during exercise. Here are some recommendations for trail clothing:
- Top: Wear a breathable, lightweight top, such as a short- or long-sleeved technical shirt made of synthetic material that wicks away perspiration. You can also opt for a trail shirt with extra pockets to store your gear.
- Trousers: Compression shorts or leggings are often preferable for trail running, as they allow better mobility and prevent heat build-up. If you prefer to wear trousers, choose lightweight, breathable ones with pockets to store your gear.
- Jacket: Depending on the weather and the season, it is often advisable to wear a waterproof and breathable trail jacket to protect against rain, wind and cold.
- Underwear: Technical underwear made of breathable material is also recommended to avoid sweat and heat build-up.
- Socks: It is important to wear socks that wick away sweat and do not cause chafing to avoid blisters. Specially designed trail socks can be a good option.
- Shoes: Trail shoes are designed to provide good grip on different terrains and to protect your feet. It is important to choose a pair that suits your foot type and running style.
Remember that the weather and terrain can vary considerably depending on where you are running, so it is important to always prepare accordingly and adapt your outfit to the conditions.
Children's Trail Shoes
Choosing children's trail shoes is important to ensure your child's safety and comfort during outdoor activities. Here are some criteria to consider when choosing children's trail shoes:
- Size: It is important to measure your child's feet and choose a pair of shoes that fits their current size. Make sure the shoe fits snugly, but not too tightly, and allows enough room for your child's feet to move.
- Stability: Good stability on rough terrain and steep trails is essential for the comfort of the runner. Choose shoes with a solid rubber sole and good grip to help prevent slips and falls.
- Protection: Children's trail shoes should offer good protection against rocks, roots and other obstacles that may be found on the trail. Look for shoes with a thick sole and impact-resistant upper.
- Breathability: They should be breathable to prevent heat and perspiration from building up during exercise. Look for shoes with mesh or light fabric uppers that allow good air circulation.
- Comfort: Trail shoes should be comfortable so that your child can concentrate on the activity. Look for shoes with a cushioned insole and a shock and impact absorbing outsole.
Completing your trail running equipment
Trail running gear can vary depending on the distance and terrain you will be running, as well as personal preference. However, here are some key items that can be part of a trail running outfit:
- Trail shoes: Trail shoes are designed to provide better grip on rough terrain and unstable surfaces. They are also reinforced to offer protection against rocks and roots.
- Sportswear: Sportswear for trail running is often lightweight, breathable and moisture-wicking to keep the body dry. Clothing should also offer some protection from the elements.
- Running backpack or belt: It is important to have a way to carry water, snacks, extra clothing, mobile phones and other essential items during the race. Trail backpacks and running belts are designed to minimise impact on the stride and provide better stability.
- Trail poles: Trail poles can help with stability and balance on uneven terrain, especially on climbs and descents.
- GPS watch: Trail watches are useful for tracking your progress, distance and speed. They can also help to track routes.
Additional accessories: Depending on personal needs, it may be useful to have gloves, a hat, a headlamp, sunglasses and other accessories for specific race conditions.