Janji is a socially conscious running clothing company dedicated to fighting the global water crisis. Based in Boston, Janji sells apparel with designs representing Haiti, Rwanda, Peru, Tanzania, the U.S. and Kenya, the countries in which Janji has ongoing efforts. Part of the profit from each sale goes toward charities based in that country. "Janji" means "promise" in Malay, and refers to Janji's promise to "run for another," the company's slogan.

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  • If you’ve browsed the display racks while looking for the best running shoes for wide feet, you might get the impression that the design departments of major running shoe companies all subscribe to the motto, “By elves, for elves.” The display models seem to be gossamer slippers with narrow toe boxes built for someone who flits over fresh snow without leaving tracks. But runners – and ...

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  • If your kid runs cross country, you know that sinking feeling. Your daughter is halfway through the season, but her shins are hurting and she needs new shoes today before tomorrow’s long run, so you’re at the local running store and she’s chatting with the sales clerk and surrounded by shoe boxes. Please, not the Asics Gel-Kayanos, you think to yourself—but she thinks her shins feel be...

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  • Compression running tights are a relatively new innovation: for years, men have been wearing slim tights on their runs, but only recently have we used graduated compression on tights to enhance performance and assist recovery. Today a new crop of men’s running compression tights have made enormous strides in helping runners achieve new levels and maximize their training. That’s why we ...

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  • As the temperature creeps relentlessly downward, it means it’s time to get out your finest cold weather running gear for those frigid, dark runs. To pair with your jacket, your base layer, and perhaps even your reflective vest, you’ll need to find your best men’s cold weather running tights. These winter running tights for men are the old favorites you remember from last winter: the on...

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  • For a cold run, nothing is more important than warm pair of gloves for running. As the weather cools, it’s the hands that freeze first. That’s why it’s so important to find the best runners glove: it can make or break a run—and even be the difference in getting you out the door. In the past, Janji has researched and reviewed many a glove for cold weather. This blog post represents the ...

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  • Every year, we write an article detailing the best running socks. Answering the question of what are the best socks for running is critical: beyond your shoes, no element of your wardrobe can so dramatically affect the outcome of a race or a run. A bad pair of socks can cause blisters, IT band issues, or just make your feet extremely uncomfortable. This year, we have some new entrants ...

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  • It’s 45 degrees outside. A tank will no longer due, so you have to look for your best long sleeve running shirt—the first top to come out of the wash, the long sleeve base layer you wish you could wear day after day, week after week. But with a new year, comes new options for a great long sleeve running shirt. At Janji, we love testing products to find the best pieces in a category. Fi...

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  • Comfort: we all want it from a running shoe, but too often we’re stuck with sneakers that leave our feet feeling stiff, bruised, and blistered. Luckily, there are 11 running shoes that, after interviewing 5,000 runners, can conclusively be called the most comfortable running shoes for women. These sneakers carry several things in common: they’re well cushioned, well-constructed, and ha...

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  • When fall arrives, it’s time to put away the singlets and the short sleeves, dig at the bottom of the closet, and find your best long sleeve running shirt. You remember that one, right? The first of the long sleeve tops to come out of the drier, the best men’s running base layer you wore when the weather got chilly and going shirt (or shirtless) was no longer an option. Just as the lea...

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  • Running tights: one of the most essential items in any woman’s wardrobe. It’s easy to find one,  impossible to find the right one. Some are so thick that a fall run becomes a below the waist sauna. Some are so thin that leaning down can get you cited for public indecency. That’s why we at Janji have worked for over five years to find the best running tights for women: so you can get ru...

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  • When trying on a new pair of shoes, we imagine we're putting on the most comfortable pair of running shoes. But two weeks breaking in your new shoes, you're still applying band-aids beforehand to the spots that rub until the blisters give way to calluses; you're icing your knees and legs afterwards; and you're still slogging through daily runs in shoes so heavy that they have all the z...

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  •  Running pants: the perfect combination of tights and sweatpants. Also known as track pants or joggers, these bottoms are for when you want to be active, but not revealing; flexible, but not baggy. We love our track pants at Janji, which is why we’ve spent the past few months testing out the finest running pants for women. Like the best women’s running tights and best men’s running pan...

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  • For the summer run or the indoor treadmill session, nothing beats a great pair of running middle running shorts. In fact, that deep affection for the right running shorts was part of the inspiration behind Janji. Our first product was a pair of Kenyan-inspired running shorts, and to this today we pride ourselves in making a great pair of 5” running shorts.

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  • If you run, you get blisters. So buy shoes that fit, wear a good pair of running socks, and hope for the best, right? Not so fast. (That also describes your running if you’re dealing with blister problems.) Blisters from running are caused by moisture and friction. Problem number one: your feet sweat. Problem number two: your feet move.

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