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Five Earth-Friendly Running Products

To celebrate Earth Day, here are five running products you can feel good about using.

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To celebrate Earth Day, here are five running products you can feel good about using.

Brooks Green Silence Running Shoe, $90
Brooksrunning.com

With a biodegradable midsole made of 75 percent post-consumer recycled materials, the Green Silence lightweight racing shoe was created with “about half” as many parts as similar shoes, according to Brooks.

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Moving Comfort Momentum Short, $46
Movingcomfort.com

Created from 86 percent recycled polyester (developed from post-consumer recycled bottles), the Momentum short is flattering, comfortable and earth-friendly.

S’well Bottle, $35
Swellbottle.com

If you want a post-run sip of water that’s actually cold, check out the double-walled insulated S’well bottle, which will keep liquids cold (or hot) for 24 hours. The reusable bottle comes in more than a dozen fun colors and a variety of sizes.

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Patagonia Men’s Short-sleeve Gamu Shirt, $49
Patagonia.com

Super breathable with a seamless feel, the Gamu is 95 percent polyester (75 percent of which is recycled). It can be recycled through Patagonia at the end of its life.

Teko Socks, $15
Tekosocks.com

Teko uses wool from an environmentally friendly farm in Argentina to create these plush, wicking running socks.

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