Winter Workout Clothes That Stand Up to Any Weather
Under Armour Women's ColdGear Armour Leggings
They might not look like winter workout clothes, but these aren't your usual black leggings. Designed with Under Armour's special ColdGear fabric, these performance tights feel like your favorite fleece sweatpants. But rather than fitting loosely like a pair you borrowed from your big brother they're skintight, so you can train like a beast in any temp. (Related: Secrets for Staying Warm During Your Winter Workouts)
Adidas Fort 4 Gloves
Invest in some touchscreen-friendly running gloves so you can hit pause/resume on your running app and swap playlists without freezing your fingers. This pair from Adidas features Climawarm technology that makes them just as worthy for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing (which totally count as workouts) as they are for cold-weather runs. Bonus: The hidden slot can hold your house key, and reflective details ensure that you're seen on the road.
The North Face Women's ThermoBall Eco Jacket
This jacket will keep you—and your phone, thanks to the zippered pockets—super warm in chilly temps. It's deceivingly lightweight and made using recycled materials.
Nike Pro Warm Half-Zip Top
NB Radiant Heat Bonded Vest
This insanely cool New Balance running vest has special reflective technology in the lining to reflect your body heat back toward you—plus reflective accents to make sure you're seen during dark morning or evening winter runs. The bonded baffles make the front side both wind- and water-resistant, plus nix the chance of seams coming undone.
Sweaty Betty Breeze Merino Short Sleeve Tee
Feel the magic of temperature-regulating merino wool when you layer this tee under your other winter workout clothes layers or sport it with a short sleeve at the gym. You'll be in awe over how well it works when you're both hot and cold. (Related: Fitness Gear Made with Natural Fabrics That Stand Up to Your Toughest Workouts)
Reebok PureMove Sports Bra
Reebok's latest sports bra features the coolest tech: Motion Sense technology–treated fabric that firms up to add more support during high-impact movements and less during low-impact. Translation: This seamless, breathable, but not-too-thin bra will feel just right for any workout you throw at it. (P.S.: Here's How to Shop for a Sports Bra, According to People Who Design Them)
Marmot Frequency Hybrid Jacket
Layer this ultra-lightweight jacket while running to create a haven of heat inside without feeling bulky. The front panel of wind-resistant nylon is lined with special fleece that wicks to keep you dry. (Related: How Many Layers Should You Wear During Winter Runs?)
Sweaty Betty Glisten Bamboo Long Sleeve Workout Top
This base layer from Sweaty Betty will almost guarantee you'll have the most cozy winter workout clothes in the lodge. Layer it under weather-proof outer layers while snowboarding, skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, or fat-biking (which you should really try), then show it off while sipping warm cocktails après.
Nike Women's Air Zoom Pegasus 35 Running Shoes
These sneakers are the ultimate for cold, wet, meh-condition running. The toggle lacing system ensures no rogue laces dip in puddles or slush, while the water-repellent upper keeps your fit dry and warm. The trail running sneaker-like grips on the bottom will help you keep your footing even on slippery surfaces.
SmartWool PhD Outdoor Light Mini Socks
Made with 58 percent merino wool, these low-profile SmartWool socks will keep your feet warm—and cover that strip of skin usually peeking out between your socks and leggings—without adding bulk in your sneakers.
Nike Training Beanie
ASICS Women's Thermopolis Cold-Weather Tight
These cold-weather tights will keep your legs warm whether you're logging outdoor miles or just hustling from the car to the gym. A water-resistant zippered back pocket keeps your keys and cash safe from any inclement weather (or, let's be honest, sweat).