1. No Meat Athlete shirt. Especially now that I'm joining up occasionally on group runs with the Portland branch of NMA running, it'd be great to represent my beliefs at races.
2. Winter/fleece lined tights - something like this. I tend not to have to ever run in too ridiculous cold of weather - due to living in a climate that's pretty fairly mild (lows in the teens were an oddity during a cold spell last winter), plus I tend to run in the afternoon or evening, rather than in the morning when you'd feel the coldest temps of the day. But sometimes we do have that cold spell, or I need to run in the morning for scheduling reasons or a race. I've layered up then, with shorts and tall socks underneath my regular leggings, but something warmer would be nice even if I only need it on occasion!
3. Running rain jacket - specifically liking reviews of the Patagonia Houdini. It may not get super cold here, but it does rain all winter! 35° and rainy can be pretty miserable, so a lightweight, water resistant layer is something I've been wanting for a while.
4. Lock laces. These let you quickly pull on your shoes without having to tie them, which would be great during transition in a triathlon.
5. Shoe lights - along the lines of this. While I do have a handlamp (including a blinking red back light) and a blinky reflective vest to wear when I'm running in the dark, there's plenty of data that says what's actually important so drivers can distinguish that you're a person and not a sign is to have lights on your moving parts - e.g., your feet/legs or hands/arms.