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Run through the wind in the New Balance Windblocker Jacket. Windblocking brushed thermal fabric will keep you toasty when temperatures get frigid outside, and reflective accents will increase your visibility in low-light settings. Dropped back hem provides additional coverage, and contrast color accents lend a fresh fun aesthetic. 


  • Black (BK)


  • Thermal, fully peached windblocking material to keep you warm and protect you from the elements
  • Full zip with lockdown zipper, garage and storm guard to protect you from the elements
  • Approx. 3" collar for additional warmth benefits
  • Two front zip pockets to stow essentials on the run (Approx. 6" zipper, Approx. 5"W x 10.5"H)
  • Articulated sleeves for full range of motion
  • Thumbholes and internal cuffs for added warmth
  • 360 degree reflectivity for increased visibility in low-light settings


  • Main Body: Thermal Windblock (100% Polyester), a thermal fabric with a brushed interior to block the wind and keep you warm
  • Fleece: NB Heat Thermal Fleece (88% Polyester/12% Spandex), a stretchy thermal fleece fabric to keep you warm and let you move freely

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Compression
  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick

Customer Reviews

Comments: I did a TON of research to find the perfect winter running jacket. I chose this one in the end, and I couldn't be happier with it. I love the colorful trim and deep pockets. There are mitts built into the sleeves to keep my hands warm, even if I don't wear gloves. I love that it covers my butt without being too long. I love that it reflects light in several places, so I'm safe at night. But the most important thing is that it blocks wind like a boss. I ran a half-marathon in single-digit temps and 20+ MPH winds, and I was toasty with just one layer underneath.
From: Molly, Chicago, IL. 1/28/14