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Must-Have Fall Workout Clothes to Take You Into the New Season

Multifunctional Vest

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Lululemon's Extra Mile Vest is an essential layering piece for gym-goers and runners alike because of its convenient storage potential (for phone, cards, keys, and snacks). Plus, it's water-repellent—something that definitely comes in handy when it comes to fall workout clothes.

($148; lululemon.com)

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Knee High Socks

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These fun Stance Long Distance OTC compression socks provide support, are extra comfy, and are also moisture-wicking. They're great for indoor activities like CrossFit or for getting a little extra warmth when running or doing a boot camp outside.

($36; stance.com)

(BTW, here's why you run faster in the fall.)

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Quick Dry Leggings

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Avoid drenched post-workout legs with these Shape Activewear Cardio Hi Rise Leggings, which are made from a high-performance fabric that will wick moisture away and keep you dry. ($84; shapeactivewear.com)

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Light As Air Jacket

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The Nike NSW Tech Knit Jacket is ventilated throughout thanks to its knit construction, which makes it as fashionable as it is functional. Throw it on after a sweaty workout for an added bit of warmth without feeling overheated.

($250; carbon38.com)

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Cropped Leggings

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If you're a shorts-wearer for long runs, it might be time to switch to cropped leggings as temperatures cool down. These Outdoor Voices TechSweat Flex Kneecap leggings have all the features you love in running shorts, like a waist-pocket for essentials and a lightweight feel.

($75; outdoorvoices.com)

(Related: Check Out the Entire Outdoor Voices Running Collection)

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Breathable Long Sleeve Shirt

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This Athleta Foothill Long Sleeve will keep you cool even after you're warmed up, and the tight-fitting silhouette is perfect for layering under a jacket later on in the season.

($59; athleta.com)

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Cozy Sweats

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There's nothing worse than walking outside after an extra-sweaty studio class and freezing your buns off in wet clothes. Throw some cozy Umbro Elastic Waist Joggers over your leggings (or change into them completely) so you can stay comfy and warm.

($35; target.com)

(Need more options? Scope these cute sweatpants you'll actually want to wear out of the house.)

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Two-In-One Shorts and Pants

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Wearing running shorts over leggings provides extra coverage, and Stella McCartney for Adidas' Black Essential Tights are already paired for you.

($85; stellamccartney.com)

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Ear-Warming Headband

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Sweaty Betty's Anna Headband can cover your ears for a little extra protection against fall winds on an outdoor run or bike ride, but it's unlined so you won't get too hot.

($15; sweatybetty.com)

(Fall weather got you ready to hop on your bike? Here are the best fall bike routes in the northeast.)

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Sleek Arm Warmers

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When it's a little too chilly for a short-sleeved shirt pre-warm-up, try the Dash Arm Warmers from Brooks. They come in a variety of colors to coordinate with any design, and they'll stay in place thanks to thumb holes and silicone grips that wrap around your biceps.

($28; brooksrunning.com)

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