Women's Running Jackets

Our range of running jackets are designed to cater to the varying needs of women runners. With each of our women's jackets featuring differing qualities, such as either zipped pockets or a roll away hood, we have a running jacket to suit you.  ... Read more

Whether it be recreational jogs in the summer or more competitive running in tough conditions, our running jackets will ensure you are ready and prepared to push your performance and enjoy your running. All of our jackets are lightweight in order to keep from weighing you down and slowing your speed, whilst remaining breathable to help you continue running for longer. They also all include at least one secure pocket for your valuables, giving you peace of mind to concentrate on your route.

With Jackets also ranging from hooded waterproofs with a reflective trim - keeping you dry and safe on cold, wet winter evening, to water and wind resistant, relaxed fit, lightweight jackets for a spring park run - we know that every runners needs are different and have designed a range of women's running jackets to cater for all.

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Together with Fair Wear Foundation (FWF), we are working to achieve fair working conditions worldwide. Ronhill has been a member of FWF since 2012 and has developed a close partnership with the foundation, working together with them continuously over the past 7 years.

 As of May 2019 Ronhill has been awarded ‘Leader Status’ by Fair Wear Foundation, the highest of their performance benchmarking categories, for a third year running.

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“Get going. Get up and walk if you have to, but finish the damned race.”

Words spoken by our inspirational founder and one of Britain’s world class athletes Dr. Ron Hill M.B.E.  Ron was a runner, an innovator and a pioneer and strived to not only compete at the elite end of sport but create new apparel and improve clothing for all runners.

Ron’s dedication to the sport is epitomised in his world record run streak of 19,032 days. That’s running every day for 52 years and 39 days. A feat that is unlikely to ever be matched