Hurry! The lightest running jacket I’ve ever worn is $62 off in this Black Friday deal

a photo of the On Women's Zero running jacket
(Image credit: On/DICKS's Sporting Goods)

The Swiss performance sportswear company, On, started out in 2010 with the mission to revolutionize the running world. Since seeing major success with their unique pod-soled trainers, they have branched out beyond just making some of the best running shoes. You can buy all sorts of top-quality run wear and one of my personal favorites, the Women's Zero Jacket, is 39% off right now in the On Running Black Friday sale.

So if you're in the market for a premium lightweight, weatherproof running jacket in this year's early Black Friday deals, I highly recommend getting the On Women's Zero Jacket for just $97 at Dick's Sporting Goods right now. All sizes are still available in the color black, which is the color I own, and I love how I can match it with anything. And you can get Twilight in everything except small. 

On Women's Zero Jacket: was $159 now $97 @ DICK's Sporting Goods

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On refer to this jacket as 'practically weightless' and since training in one I can vouch for this. This 52g waterproof jacket feels as though I am wearing a bag of feathers on my runs and keeps the cold out when I'm training in wet and windy conditions. This is a great deal to gift yourself or get for a running loved one ahead of the holidays!

Why get the On Women's Zero jacket this Black Friday? Well, it's on sale for less than $100, that's more than $60 cheaper than the original retail price. Deals like this don't come around often and running wear, especially the pieces that genuinely keep you protected from the outdoor elements, don't come cheap. So it's an excellent time to treat you or a family member who loves running to this great deal.

I am someone who doesn't enjoy the cold and training in the cold but I also don't like overheating once I've settled into the first few miles of a run. This is a big reason why I have fallen in love with the On Zero jacket. It not only fights off galeforce winds and keeps me dry while running but it also doesn't let me get too hot.

The featherlight jacket features ventilated underarms which keep things airy and dry when I do start to work up a sweat. Plus, it's made from recycled polyamide (a material usually made from pre-consumer fabric waste) so it's great for my running experience and it's great for the planet —  a win-win situation.

Looking to scoop up some more Black Friday deals? Check out my favorite Lululemon running shorts on sale right now or find some bargains in the Adidas Black Friday sale happening now.

Jessica Downey
Fitness Writer

Jessica is an experienced fitness writer with a passion for running. Her love for keeping fit and fueling her body with healthy and enjoyable food quite naturally led her to write about all things fitness and health-related. If she isn’t out testing the latest fitness products such as the latest running shoe or yoga mat for reviewing then she can be found writing news and features on the best ways to build strength, active aging, female health, and anything in between. Before then she had a small stint writing in local news, has also written for Runners World UK (print and digital), and gained experience with global content marketing agency, Cedar Communications.

Born and raised in Scotland, Jessica is a massive fan of exercising and keeping active outdoors. When at home she can be found running by the sea, swimming in it, or up a mountain. This continued as she studied and trained to become a PPA-accredited magazine journalist in Wales. And since working and living in London, she splits her time between weight training in the gym, trying new fitness classes, and finding scenic running routes. Jessica enjoys documenting this on her fitness-inspired Instagram page @jessrunshere where she loves engaging with like-minded fitness junkies.

She is a big fan of healthy cooking and loves learning more about this area with expert nutritionists she has met over the years. Jessica is a big advocate for building healthy relationships with food rather than building restrictive attitudes towards it. When she isn’t eating or running she also enjoys practicing yoga in her free time as it helps her to unwind and benefits her performance in other sports.