Women's Running Tops

Women's running tops can vary in style, fit and colour, but at Ronhill they are all designed to improve your experience as a runner. With a wide range of options that provide wateproof and windproof jackets for tackling the elements, or lightweight, breathable tee's and vests for when you want to take advantage of the great British summer. ... Read more

All of the small details that add up to providing running tops that runners want to wear again and again are thought out and included in our women's running range. In many of our running tops we include reflective trims for enhanced safety when running at night, whilst for security of valuables nearly all of our jackets include at least one secure pocket. 

Whether you require a hood to keep you shielded from the rain or a lighter shell layer on autumn runs, we believe we have an answer to your needs as a female runner. With many different fits, either tight or loose, our running tops cater for different tastes and requirements - but all are designed to enhance the running experience for you as a women's runner. 

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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