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15 Cute & Cozy Pieces of Winter Workout Gear

Cory Vines Essential Long Sleeve

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This workout tee is so cozy you could wear it to bed—there goes your excuse not to hit the gym in the a.m.! Made of a supremely soft blend of nylon, polyester, and spandex, this fitted top is also ideal for yoga class or pounding the pavement. ($35;

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Icebreaker Sprite Leggings

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We can’t help but be inspired to move by these bright magenta pants. Wear them as a base layer on cold days for hiking, skiing, or other snow sports to keep your legs warm and dry, and they also double as regular running tights year-round. ($75;

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UnderArmour Women’s ColdGear Infrared Full Zip Hoodie

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Be prepared to brave the elements in this slim-fitting, water-repellent jacket. Its heat-retaining inner coating, fast-drying exterior, and packable hood stand up to any winter weather you encounter on your outdoor adventures. ($125;

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Champion Marathon Sports Bra

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Resolving to up your mileage in 2014? This super-light racerback bra will be your new BFF. Gel-infused straps, ultra-smooth fabric, and structured panels provide an incredibly supportive fit, so you can go further—and faster—this year than ever before. ($48;

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Karma Alex Legwarmers

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Slouchy legwarmers aren’t just for ‘80s aerobics anymore. These knee-length socks, made of moisture-wicking jersey fabric, are great for layering for outdoors workouts, while the stirrup at the heel keeps them in place during the most strenuous Barre or Pilates class. ($27;


NUX Selene Hoodie

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Show off that sexy back in this fitted hoodie that easily goes from the gym to lunch. Available in nine vivid colors, the top features stretchy fabric, anti-chafe seams, and thumbholes for a comfortable yet performance-friendly fit. ($69;

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REI Tech-Compatible Powerflyte Neon Gloves

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Touchscreen-friendly thumb and forefinger pads allow you to easily switch songs or check your run stats, without risking frostbitten fingers. The stretchy fabric molds to the shape of your hands for a perfect fit, while neon accents add reflectivity for safety. ($25;

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Spiritual Gangster Grateful Sweatpants

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If your goal is to practice gratitude and more yoga in the New Year, tackle both resolutions at once with these absurdly cute sweatpants. They're cozy yet super-flattering, whether you wear them scrunched up or full-length. ($75;

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Moving Comfort Sprint Insulated Vest

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Keep your core warm without feeling restricted when you rock this lightweight insulated vest on your next outdoors run. Filled with quilted PrimaLoft, the vest’s non-bulky, flattering fit stays in style in any season. ($110;

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FITS Socks Medium Ski Sock

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Slip these on for warm and toasty feet, no matter how low the temps go. These Merino Wool socks provide cushioning and contour to the shape of your toes to make even the longest days on the slopes comfortable and enjoyable. Check out the site's additional options for running, hiking, and biking, too. ($35;


Brooks PureProject Jacket

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This wind- and water-resistant jacket features a cozy inner layer to keep you warm, while reflective yarn sewn throughout the shell provides 360-degree visibility during nighttime or early morning runs. Plus, the technical DNA fabric is designed to adapt to your body type for optimal comfort. ($135; available 1/15 on

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Adidas Techfit Climawarm+ Tights

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Power through freezing runs with these high-tech tights, made with patented fabric that wicks away sweat while containing warmth. Adjust them for a perfect fit with a drawcord on the elastic waistband, while mesh panels behind the knees provide ventilation as you heat up. ($55;

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Lolë Love Earflap

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Avoid hat-hair while still keeping your ears toasty with this adorable headband. It’s reversible, so you can rock a pattern or solid color, and its stretchy, moisture-wicking fabric helps your head stay warm and dry. ($20;

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Pheel Vital Layer Top

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An ideal layering piece, this top is so soft it’s almost silky. With thumbholes, an iPod pocket on the shoulder, and metallic elbow patches, this long-sleeved tee is practical and stylish enough to keep you motivated to meet your New Year’s fitness goals. ($70;

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Peekaboos Hat

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Keep your head warm and your ponytail in its place on your next run or hike with this colorful cable knit hat. It has two openings in the back to accommodate either a high or low 'do. Plus, 50 percent of sales of this special "Hope Hat" will be donated to MS Run the US, a charity that helps improve lives of those living with Multiple Sclerosis and help find a cure for the disease. Stay warm, look good, and do good—you can't beat that! ($37;

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