Rash Guard Base Layer Top
This Lonsdale top is the ultimate compression base layer for winter training. Not only does the flatlock seam construction reduce chaffing but the compression fit has been designed to support muscles in the upper body. Most importantly for the winter months the top benefits from moisture wicking fabric are that it wicks sweat away from the skin, keeping you warm and dry however hard you work.
The soft fleece lining in this classic style Lonsdale logo hoody will keep the body and head warm and comfortable during your outdoor workout. Features include vintage strips, dual cord adjustable hood and ribbed trim to the wrist and hem – this top ticks both the function and style boxes.
Ideal for training or for wearing as casual wear, the Men’s Lonsdale Jog Pants also benefit from a warm, soft fleece lining coupled with an elasticated waistband and drawcord for comfortable, adjustable fit. These jogging bottoms also include front and side pockets and the Lonsdale London logo subtly embroidered on the left thigh.
Ideal for layering, the hooded and padded Lonsdale Gilet has been designed to allow maximum freedom of movement whilst additional venting means your arms don’t overheat. The Gilet features a full zip, two open front pockets and a ribbed hem for a comfortable fit.
The Lonsdale Fleece Snood is an ideal alternative to a scarf this winter, featuring a simple over the head design with a full fleece construction for extra warmth.
The Lonsdale Classic Glove set features a knitted design with a comfortable stretch fit that’s great for keeping your hands warm while working out in the cold.
The Lonsdale Beanie Hat provides a traditional fit with a simple, Lonsdale logo embroidered to the back, and a Lonsdale motif to the front – a great choice for when it gets really cold.
Lonsdale Top Tips for Winter Training Apparel
Layer Up: By layering your kit you generate air pockets between each layer which are warmed by your own body heat. The more pockets of air you have, the more insulation you achieve.
Secure a Base: Ensure your base layer (the layer closest to your skin) has a sweat wicking function. This will ensure any moisture is drawn away from the skin keeping you warm and dry.
Be Hot Headed: A fleece or wool hat is perfect for keeping your head warm during winter runs. You can easily tuck it into your trousers if you feel like you’re starting to overheat.
Cover those Hands: You can lose as much as 30% of your body heat through your extremities, so it’s important to cover those hands. On cold days, wear gloves that wick away moisture. When it’s extremely cold, mittens are a better choice because your fingers will share their body heat.