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Win­ter ap­parel needs to of­fer warmth, breatha­bil­ity and pro­tec­tion from the el­e­ments. Here are five kit picks

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1Can­ter­bury’s Vapodri Printed Leg­gings (£34) fea­ture the brand’s VapoDri tech to wick mois­ture away, a mesh waist­band for added com­fort and sup­port, and a con­cealed pocket for stor­ing valu­ables.

2 Craft have long been a re­li­able op­tion for their range of cold-weather base lay­ers. The Ac­tive In­ten­sity (£34) is made from 100% polyester elas­tic, is bodymapped for op­ti­mal bodytem­per­a­ture man­age­ment and fea­tures an er­gonomic fit for free­dom of move­ment.

3The key fea­ture of the Brooks’ polyester Wind­shield

Gloves ($50) is the re­tractable and weath­er­re­sis­tant wind­shield to pro­tect your fingers from added chills. The fin­ger­tips un­der­neath are touch­screen-friendly and there’s re­flec­tive de­tail­ing.

4 Dexshell’s ver­sa­tile Beanie Hat Solo (£22) is both wind and wa­ter­proof, and fea­tures a mi­cro-fleece liner and the brand’s high ther­mal rat­ing. A range of colourschemes is also avail­able.

5The Lang­nam

(£215) from the stylish Brit brand Ca­s­tore is made from a pre­mium tight weave Swiss fab­ric for weather pro­tec­tion and boost­ing mois­ture man­age­ment. At just 150g, it’s light­weight and has a tai­lored cut.

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