When going for a run in warmer weather we recommend going for bright colours like yellow, green and white that reflect the sunlight and don't absorb the heat. Also, high-tech materials prevent heat build-up with functions such as breathability, cooling, quick drying or air permeability.
As your heart rate rises with increasing temperature, your body has to work harder when exercising in the heat. Therefore, we suggest reducing your training volume and intensity and to go for a route that is shaded, such as a trail through a forest. Thank us later!
Pro tip: Check the ozone level to protect your lungs.