A neck gaiter—once reserved for the most outdoorsy of folks—is now the perfect tool for protecting us all during daily jogs.
I’ll admit it: I don’t wear a mask when I go on runs. On the large sidewalks, trails, and roads where I live, I can maintain a distance of six feet (often many more) from others who might be passing me. And for me as a new owner of a rescue inhaler (for exercise-induced asthma), wearing a mask while running isn’t comfortable. Let’s be honest: In the thick heat of late summer, it’s not comfortable for anyone, asthma or otherwise
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