Ann Arbor, MI, US

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Dew Point 16°F
Clouds Clear
Pressure 1035 mb
Visibility 10 mi

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Knit hat

Knit hat

A knit winter hat that covers your ears will keep you warm in cold temperatures and windy conditions. Alternatively, a hoodie can keep your head and neck warm, but isn't always great at keeping your ears warm.

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Ryders Eyewear Rockslide Polarized Sunglasses


Sunglasses will keep the sun out of your eyes and protect them from its harmful rays. They can also help keep wind or precipitation out of your eyes. The best sunglasses will be lightweight and have ample UV protection. Interchangable lenses will give you the most flexibility.

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Nike Dri-Fit UV Miler Long Sleeve Top

Long-sleeved shirt

When the weather is cooler a long-sleeved shirt is ideal. Technical fabrics are a must for keeping the sweat off your skin.

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 2XU Men's Elite Cruize Jacket

Heavy jacket

When it gets very cold, you'll need a heavier jacket to keep you warm. A combination of long-sleeves, sweatshirt, and lighter jacket can also do the trick here.

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ASICS Men's Myles II Running Tight


Tights or long pants will keep your legs warm when the temperature drops, and the right fabric can provide good sheilding from the wind and rain. When it's extremely cold, a combination of pants over top of tights will give you the most warmth and still keep you comfortable.

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Mountain Hardwear Men's Momentum Running Gloves

Midweight gloves

A midweight pair of gloves should provide enough warm to protect from the cold and wind, but with some nice flexiblity in the fingers

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Coppertone Sport Breathable Sunscreen Lotion SPF 15


Prevent sunburn and exposure to harmful UV rays by getting some sunblock -- ideally one with a 30 SPF rating or higher.

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RoadID wearable identification


It's always a good idea to be prepared for possible trouble. Keep some ID on you in case the worst happens. Throw your license or business card in your back pocket, or better yet -- use something like a RoadID that can also contain additional vital information if you're in trouble.

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