Best Running Gear (2023): Shoes, Clothes, Accessories

Best Running Gear (2023): Shoes, Clothes, Accessories

Adrienne So is a senior associate reviews editor for WIRED, where she reviews consumer technology. She graduated from the University of Virginia with bachelor’s degrees in English and Spanish, and she previously worked as a freelance writer for Cool Hunting, Paste, Slate, and other publications. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

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