Whether you’ve set your sights on new goals or simply want to celebrate the new season, treating yourself to fresh gear is often the perfect inspiration for getting out the door on chilly days.
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$7 for 12 tablets These popular effervescent electrolyte tablets now come with the 11 vitamins and minerals athletes need to optimize recovery, muscle function and performance—like vitamins A, B, D and E. The vegan tablets are available in six flavors, and each contains just 10 calories.
Outdoor Research Gauge Tee
$60 Made of two types of yarn, one that repels water and one that attracts it, the soft, featherweight fabric used for this shirt wicks sweat from skin for comfort, yet retains some of the moisture for a cooling effect. It excels in hot, humid conditions.
The North Face Flight Series Warp Capris
$120 The warp knit in these capris adds structure and light support without pesky seams. They have a wide waistband, and, due to the knitting process, you can cut the length to suit without worrying about your tights coming unraveled.
InjinJi Ultra Compression Toesock
$49 Give your feet a recovery or on-the-go treat with graduated compression toe socks. Toes have room to stretch and move while the ankle, shin and calf benefit from a circulation-enhancing “hug.”
Zensah Traction Running Socks
$25 Besides delivering a comfortable, stay-put fit, these breathable Zensah socks have a dotted grip underfoot to improve in-shoe traction, padding to protect heels from blisters, and ribbing around the Achilles tendon for support.
Saxx Kinetic Run Short
$75 Wicking and breathable boxer briefs with Saxx’s anatomically friendly pouch are paired with lightweight stretch shorts for dialed-in comfort and performance. They have a 7-inch inseam and two pockets.
Sugoi Coast S/S
$60 With technical fabric as soft as your favorite old T-shirt, sleek styling and flat seams, this will be an instant favorite for running and hitting the gym.