Running Hanukkah Gifts

Hanukkah is inseparably associated with the imagery of the dreidel. The dreidel is a four-sided spinning top traditionally enjoyed by children during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. Gone For a Run offers running apparel imprinted with this iconic Hanukkah season symbol. Display your Hanukkah spirit on your running adventures, while racing and while training during this holiday season. Explore our specialty performance socks, shirts, headbands and arm sleeves.

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Maximize your foot health and comfort with our performance mid-calf Hanukkah socks decoratively adorned with dreidels. These runners' socks are fabricated from the highly recommended polyester moisture-wicking knit that runners depend on for reliable moisture control. Both men's and women's sizes are available. Add a pair of dreidel covered arm sleeves, also constructed from polyester moisture-wicking material. By drawing moisture away from the skin, these arm sleeves add coolness when used with an elevated perspiration response and enhance protection from cold temperatures. These dreidel-embellished runners arm sleeves coordinate with our Hanukkah women's apparel for runners.

"Lucky Eight Krazy Kilometers" is printed on our men's and women's sized performance tech short sleeved running shirts. Made from microfiber polyester oxy mesh, this Hanukkah shirt celebrates the holiday while providing comfort for runners. With a relaxed, comfortable fit, this shirt is great for everyday wear. Complete your Hanukkah running outfit with a dreidel-imprinted headband sized to fit both men and women. Fabricated from polyester performance microfiber, moisture is wicked away to help keep your running vision unimpeded.

These apparel components for the runner's Hanukkah outfit make a great gift as a complete ensemble or as individual pieces. Treat yourself or a loved one to a great reminder about a loved holiday season. His and hers matching Hanukkah-themed shirts offer a great opportunity for running-enthusiast couples to share their holiday spirit before, during and after the race.

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