With flip-flops, running gear and sleeping bag liners this list has just about everything. The weight of this packing list must be very high and on the edge of what I'd call one-bagging. This person looks like an active runner and I can't imagine the smell of having just one set of running gear for two weeks.
I use the same running underwear, and while it does work much better than traditional cotton underwear, it does need some cleaning from time to time. The solution I've employed it wearing my underwear in the shower with me and washing it with normal soaps. This works ok for a couple of runs, but you'll need a regular washing machine cycle after a little while.
One of the commenters on Reddit recommended bringing a raincoat to Denmark because of the high chance for rainy weather. I don't think that is necessary unless you have a very high-quality raincoat. Street vendors will always have rain gear available to buy like cheap ponchos and umbrellas so it's not worth packing raincoats unless you really need them. I could see packing a raincut for a rainy season in Southeast Asia, but not for European countries.
|Running arm band|
|UV half buff|
|4 Under Armour Underwear|
|Passport w/ physical copy|
|4 pairs of injinji socks|
|3 short sleeve button down shirts|
|2 Pair of Shorts|
|Hoka clifton running shoes|
|"Born to Run" by Christopher McDougall|
|Burts bees face wipes|
|Speick deo stick|
|Travel towel w/ face towel|
|Sea to Summit Sleeping Bag Liner|
|Lowepro camera bag|
|Sony DSLR camera w/ etra lens battery charger and SD card case|
|Salomon Bonatti Waterproof Jacket|
|Salomon Running Shirt|
|REI flash 22 day pack|