One of the funny things about running is how cold it can be outside, and you can still run and still stay warm. That is, you’ll stay warm except for your face and your hands. Fingers get especially chilled, since they’re exposed both to the cold temperature and wind. Consequently, a good pair of gloves can make cold-weather running much more comfortable. When choosing gloves for the runner on your shopping list, pay close attention to size. Running gloves should fit the hands snugly, without being overly tight. They, like running socks, should be made from breathable, moisture-wicking material to keep a runner’s hands warm and dry in even the coldest of weather.