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The new runDisney apparel. Credit: Disney Parks Blog

New runDisney Merchandise Is Revealed

The shirts, joggers, and hats shown here seem both sensible and gender-neutral, which runners will definitely appreciate! You can’t go wrong with sun protection like a baseball cap and a T-shirt that protects your shoulders, and the light blue Mickey Mouse logo is a nice touch on the clothing.

If you want a slightly more fresh and girly shirt to wear while training for a Disney marathon, try this white option! It’s still gender-neutral, but the soft blue color of the Mickey Mouse runDisney logo looks a bit more feminine against this shirt’s white backdrop than it does against the navy blue fabric.

  • new-rundisney-merchandiseCredit: Disney Parks Blog

We love the slight sheen on these pants; they also seem loose enough to be comfortable for runners but fitted enough to be versatile. And they match the runDisney tank top nicely! Long pants like these joggers are also sensible when it comes to sun protection during your training for Disney marathons.

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Credit: Disney Parks Blog

If you want to spice up your Disney marathon training regimen with additional Disney flair and Disney style, then you may also want to look into runDisney’s “cross-training workouts” inspired by Beauty and the Beast (1991),  The Lion King (1994), and The Princess and the Frog (2009)! You can also find some good Disney workouts online.

The new runDisney apparel should be coming onto shopDisney.com in the next few months! Until then, runDisney encourages marathon participants to share their training progress on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with the hashtag #runDisney. Have you ever attended a Walt Disney World marathon weekend like the Disney Princess Half Marathon weekend, or participated in a runDisney race?

About Sharon

Sharon is from New England. She's a writer, animal lover, and, of course, a Disney Fanatic! Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures.