27 Pieces Of Activewear For Anyone Who's Trying To Run More
Hit the pavement in comfy sports bras, breathable tanks, and more running clothes. 👟
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1. A high-impact sports bra because it will keep you supported (and *very* comfortable) during your next run, especially if you have a bigger bust. It has wide shoulder straps that'll comfortably sit on your shoulders and ventilation panels to minimize sweat.
2. A basic V-neck tee you'll want to wear for running indoors and outdoors. It's so comfy and breathable, you'll never want to take it off.
3. A fleece thermal that'll keep you toasty and not drench you in sweat when it's cold outside. It's made with fabric that wicks away moisture *and* helps you stay warm, so you can crush your next run or jog.
4. A racerback sports bra with a tech pocket so you can listen to music or podcasts during your workout. Located in the back, this slim space will easily fit your smartphone and keep it secure.
5. High-rise patterned shorts that'll add a pop of color to your running uniform. With a high waistband, vibrant design, and body-hugging fit that's comfy as hell, you can focus on your sweat session and look stylish at the same time.
6. A mid-layer top to slip into for outdoor runs. With a breathable design, stretchy sleeves and reflective material, you'll be *striding in comfort* whenever you hit the pavement in the morning, afternoon, or evening.
7. Calf-compression sleeves that can help you avoid shin splints and help give your legs proper circulation if you're clocking in more mileage.
8. Thermal workout leggings because your butt and legs will stay warm if you're hitting up a trail or running an outdoor race. They're windproof, waterproof, *and* have reflective detailing for better visibility.
9. A waterproof rain jacket so you'll be prepared whenever a fall sprinkle or downpour strikes. With a lightweight hood and breathable shape, you'll stay dry and cozy when you're running.
10. Matching sports bra and leggings that'll solve the problem of "I don't know what the heck to wear" when you're trying to squeeze in a cardio session. This coordinating set will make dressing for a light jog or distance run so easy.
11. A twist-front crop top because you want to look cute and not be too sweaty during interval training. You will also *finally* have something to wear with your fave high-rise leggings and bike shorts.
12. A track jacket so you won't be like "oh my gosh, I'm so cold" when you're running like the wind. It even has thumbholes that stay in place, so you won't have to awkwardly adjust your sleeves mid-workout.
13. A pair of leggings that won't actually feel like workout leggings thanks to their stretchy fabric and nonhugging fit. Skip the compression shorts and wear these comfy bottoms instead for your next running session.
14. A cropped hoodie for times when you only have high-rise leggings or bike shorts to wear. It's *just* the right length and won't make you feel like you're stuck in a cocoon when you're pacing yourself from one mile to the next.
15. A medium-impact sports bra with four-way stretch and a built-in support band that's basically like a pillow for your chest. If you're done dealing with bouncing, chafing, and tight bands, you may want to consider this run-friendly option.
16. A ventilated tank top so you can stay sweat-free during laps. Mesh material in the back helps wick away perspiration, while a racerback-friendly shape works with multiple types of sports bras.
17. A lightweight T-shirt that'll let you crush your next run in warm weather. Hate chafing and clothes that won't stay in place? This tee has you covered: it has gusseted raglan sleeves that don't hug your arms and a drop-tail design for a close to the bod fit.
18. Squat-proof leggings with a hint of compression and a high-rise silhouette. You won't have to stop mid-run to adjust them, because they'll stay up and not sag.
19. A colorblock windbreaker to give you a little warmth and brighten up your go-to run outfit. Plus, it'll pair so well with leggings, bike shorts, and joggers.
20. A pair of run-friendly shorts that won't ride up, show off your underwear, or feel super tight around your thighs. (Cue Rihanna singing "Where have you been all my life?!")
21. A breezy tank top because you won't feel like a sweat puddle after your treadmill session. It's made with cotton fabric that'll keep you cool and has a lightweight feel perf for high-intensity workouts.
22. Touchscreen gloves that are tech-friendly (woot!) and will keep your fingers warm if you're exercising outside. If you have to track distance or switch a playlist on your phone, you can do both without having to expose your hands to the cold.
23. Ventilated shorts so your thighs will be able to breathe and stay dry while you ~be running up that road, be running up that hill~ in your neighborhood. Chafing, irritation, and redness are no match for these bottoms.
24. Compression socks because you want to help keep leg swelling at bay and run comfortably for long periods of time. They're also made with a breathable material to prevent moisture from getting in the way of your run.
25. A crop top that'll stay dry on long runs *and* also double up as a cute piece of athleisure. Its breathable fabric will feel great on your bod and keep you cool if you're taking your workout outdoors.
26. Athletic socks because it's about time you gave your heels and toes better cushioning for running. They each have a heel tab design (buh-bye blisters) and are made with breathable material. You can ~go the distance~ and not deal with stinky, sweaty, and irritated feet.
27. And a criss-cross sports bra that ~has your back~ and will keep your boobs dry while you're running. The pads are also removable, just in case you don't want extra cushioning for your workout.
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