Training in the winter months can be brutal – it's hard enough to get out of your tracksuit when temperatures drop, let alone gossamer leggings. Fortunately, many brands make equipment that is tough enough to withstand cool outdoor workouts and cold commutes to the gym. Excuse me, people – Looks like you have no excuses. Here are my selection of active wear parts that will keep you warm (and stylish, of course) as you move through the winter:
If you think about it, snow is really just rain. To protect your belongings from the wetter winter days, I recommend you to search for a waterproof material such as patent leather.
Lesportsac's Basic Backpack quickly becomes your destination when you have to face the elements on your way to work. This style features plenty of zippered pockets to keep your belongings secure and lightly padded shoulder straps to make you feel comfortable.
They always come to the gym in a cold, muddy state and realize that the pant legs are completely drenched? Throwing on an extra layer, like these Adidas Tiro Pants, can help. They have a zipper at the bottom of the pants to slide easily over your shoes. No matter how wet you go, you will feel fresh when you go to the gym. Plus, every Adidas tracksuit is a timeless base for your workout wardrobe.
($ 45; footlocker.com)
When it comes to outdoor winter training, you need to keep your head and ears warm. If you slow down with a bulky hat, try out this Turtle Fur headband. It covers your ears with two layers of thick, high pile fleece that gives you warmth and breathability while running. Bonus: no sweaty hat head.
($ 15; amazon.com)
If your hands need serious coverage, these gloves from The North Face are great. The stretchy fleece material is thick enough to cope with extremely cold, windy days while still offering the touch screen function on all 10 fingers, so you can beat your heart twice.
But take this with a grain of salt – gloves As easy to lose as socks (where do all those missing socks go ?). So before you make the big bucks, try a cheap pair of Old Navy.
($ 45; rei. Com)
ICYMI, the men's legging trend began several years ago and shows no signs of slowing. Nike is doing well on most functional training items and these Pro Therma leggings are no exception – not only are they thin enough to fit in the gym, they are also lined with a light fleece so you can run outdoors (even in the gym) deepest winter).
($ 50; nike.com)
Do not mess with the cold? This Polartec Sculptek Tights by Athleta is thick (like almost plush ) and will keep you on icy days toasty. You almost feel like wearing a sweater on each leg, which is great. You know when it feels like it's negative by a million degrees outside.
And even though these leggings sound like they could not move, but they & # 39; are actually quite functional. They even have a high waistband and pockets to store your keys and wallet, like many other Athleta devices.
($ 118; athleta.com)
If you prefer to exercise in short leggings I do not want your shins to freeze on the way to the gym, leg warmers are an easy fix.
I recommend these soft leg warmers from Under Armor. Not only are they great at their job (they keep their legs warm ), they're also fun to wear. In addition, they can easily fit in your sports bag, without taking up much space.
($ 27; amazon.com)
Vests are fantastic for days if you do not bother wearing a full coat, but I need to keep your core warm – and I love this Lululemon down vest to help you with this.
The down ulcer does not add much volume and makes this lightweight vest a secret weapon for cold runs. You can basically put your whole life in Gazillion's pockets, and there are two extremely deep side pockets that are big enough for both your current phone and the next giant model.
($ 148; lululemon.com)
When it freezes outdoors, it's really a struggle to take off your sweatpants. These days, it's easy to get out of the house, but it helps to have a couple that looks better.
NYC New York brand Alala jogging pants will be both comfort and style. They have a comfortable elastic band, pockets (be praise!) And are in the middle, so you can sit comfortably and look cool.
($ 125; alala.com)
When Your Goals Are There Carrying a warm, cozy hoodie all day without looking like a total slob, good news: Lululemon has that perfect hoodie. The plush hoodie made of velor scuba has a relaxed fit (comfortable!) And shines with metallic details (noble!). It's the perfect layer for yourself or under your winter coat. It also has thumb holes in the sleeves for extra hand warmth – I mean, why do hoodies do more?
($ 128; lululemon.com)
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Cassandra Sethi is a personal stylist from NYC and founder of Next Level Wardrobe. Join nextlevelwardrobe.com for their weekly next level style tips and insights.