Ronhill Momentum Sirius jacket
A classic piece of kit never goes amiss and a good Ronhill running jacket will keep you covered for years. Ronhill has its designs down to a tee and the Momentum Sirus jacket is the perfect example. The hood is designed to stay put in the wind and rain and the snazzy reflective print will keep you seen after dark.
TomTom touch fitness tracker
TomTom's fitness tracker will provide plenty of motivation and is reasonably priced for a great piece of technology. This slim, sleek design doesn't just track how much you move, it monitors sleeping patterns, heart rate, and your muscle and fat percentage.
Aftershokz Trekz Titanium headphones
Aftershokz know a thing or two about sound and luckily for runners it now has a range of headphones specifically for sport. The Aftershoks Trekz Titanium is light, comfortable and even sweat-proof. If these don't take your fancy, cast your eyes over our lowdown of the best running headphones
Petzl Reactik+ head torch
For the more adventurous individuals out there, Petzl's range of head torches are a winning gift. This can be used on night trail runs or hikes and the Reactik+ will keep going in wet weather, even adjusting automatically to different levels of lighting.
Camelbak Octane 16X
Camelbak have cornered the running bag market with good reason and this will go down a treat on Christmas day. The Octane 16X packs heaps of space with an expandable design for the days when you need to run with more kit as well as a hydration pack. If you're heading to the trails and need to keep hydrated, the new Crux water pipe delivers 20 per cent more liquid per sip, too.
New running shoes
Running shoes can be pricey so treat your running buddy to a gift that will provide happiness for miles. Find out what size and style they run in, or even take them on a shopping spree and pick a pair together. Sweatshop have heaps of trainers that would suit a £100 budget, from adidas to Saucony, so take a look!