Now, even though I'm not a running purist by any means, I've streamlined my gear. I'm going to break this up into three blog posts, for ease of reading (and writing), and frankly, so you don' get bored. I don't want to turn this into a gear review. You can head over to DCRainmaker's blog if that's what you're looking for - he has some great reviews.
Running outside: Hat, sunglasses during the day, heart rate monitor and gps watch, non cotton low rise socks, and running shoes, foot pod attached to my shoe
Running inside: Heart rate monitor and gps watch (gps off), foot pod attached to my shoe
Whether I'm running inside or outside, I dress to be comfortable, and if I'm running for more than an hour, I use nutrition. When that happens, I wear a running belt.
That pretty much covers my running gear, now for the pictures!
I use a headsweats supervisor right now. Great hat. Keeps sweat and sun out of my eyes. Does its job pretty well. I like this better than a regular hat because it lets me get rid of heat without letting me sunburn. The downside? Slightly too big and it can't be made smaller.
I do want to stress that just because I or any other athlete has had good luck with a certain product, it doesn't mean that you should go out and immediately change what you're doing if it works for you.
Tell me in the comments what works for you when running.