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Ten Running Jackets Perfect for Marathon Training (or Fall Jogs)

<b>The Upside</b>, <a href="http://www.withoutwalls.com/ww/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=32975740&amp;category=WW-WOMENS-JACKETS#!/">$148</a>
The Upside, $148

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If you have the motivation to exercise outdoors as the days grow shorter and the temperatures dip lower, you deserve to do so in a really cool jacket. Actually, you kind of need the right one, for performance and safety. We've culled ten running jackets with smart details like reflective strips and temperature-regulating materials. There's even one with an adjustable hood that won't fall down as you race through the streets with fury.

Adidas by Stella McCartney, $124; Pearl Izumi, $63; Falke, $175

Athleta, $98; Sweaty Betty, $165; H&M, $30

C9 by Champion, $40; Adidas, $78; Nike, $250