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The Running Gear Every Woman Should Have In Her Workout Wardrobe

Without Walls Crisscross Legging

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Defy your own limits in these cool cut-out leggings during your next treadmill run. Along with a unique and edgy design, these leggings are quick-drying and have a move-with-you, comfortable fit. ($69; urbanoutfitters.com)

Next up, check out our infographic to see how many layers you should be wearing on your winter run.

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Nike Free TR 6 Print

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These shoes bring a new definition to fast feet. The open ventilation and incredibly light Flywire cables create a flexible and stable design while an innovative outsole pattern morphs to your foot for a super-comfy ride. They're available in six colors, but you can also design your own to fit your personality. ($110; nike.com)

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Fly Away Tamer Headband

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Available in eight colors, this headband and its sweat-wicking material will be your new go-to running accessory. It not only keeps sweaty hair away from your face, but it's also designed to gently hug your head for a comfortable fit, even during speedy training runs. ($12; lululemon.com)

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Athletic Fusion Low Socks

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Happy feet will keep you going for miles. These low-rise socks, made from high-quality performance fabric, help to keep sweat away from the surface, so you can keep your stride going for however long you want. ($12; athleta.gap.com)

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Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch

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Take your personal coach everywhere you go. This sweat-, rain-, and splash-proof smart watch has a built-in GPS to let you map your routes, and it tracks all your stats to help maximize each of your training sessions. ($200; kohls.com)

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Reflective Lock Laces

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These elasticized laces easily fit into any pair of running shoes and have a lock feature so you never have to waste time tying your shoes again. ($10; napervillerunningcompany.com)

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Nathan Peak Waist Pak

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Join the #hydrationnation movement and grab a water bottle that won't be a headache to take on a run. The adjustable waist pack includes an 18-ounce water bottle that will keep your drink cool plus a zippered pocket for all your essentials. ($40; dickssportinggoods.com)

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The Stick Muscle Massage Body Stick

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This stick has flexible beads that adjust to create a custom deep massage for all those hard-to-reach sore muscles. Keep it on hand for your next post-run cool-down sesh. ($42; amazon.com)

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Beth Sports Bra

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Look good, do good, right? This cute, front-zip sports bra will make you look fierce, and it's comfortable and durable enough to withstand your most intense runs. ($60; revolve.com)

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KT Tape Pro

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Give some relief to sore joints during a run with this long-lasting athletic tape. It targets pain wherever it's wrapped and will keep up with you through any conditions (even rain!) during your workout. ($20; kttape.com)

(Here, learn about the benefits of KT tape.)

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Calf Compression Sleeve

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Prevent common running injuries by being proactive. These calf compression sleeves are the perfect way to ease tension and impact on your muscles to keep you moving forward for miles to come. ($15; amazon.com)

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Run Packable Backpack

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Whether you're going to the gym, track, or trail to get your run in, bring all the gear you need with ease with this chic backpack that has interior and exterior pockets galore. ($120; revolve.com)

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