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Places To Buy Workout Clothes

A retail destination for intimates and swimwear, Aerie adds to the activewear trend with its Offline collection, a wide range of trendy biker shorts, matching sports bra sets and affordable leggings you could basically live in. It hits the mark of affordable activewear while delivering quality styles we found durable enough for workouts and comfortable enough to lounge in all day.

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Along with selling workout clothes from popular brands like Nike and Adidas, ASOS has its own activewear line, and it's relatively cheaper than its counterparts. This outdoor long sleeve shirt, for instance, is about half the price of competitor brands but is popular for its stylish jersey style and non-restricting, stretchy silhouette.

Nearly 43,000 Amazon reviewers gave these leggings a perfect, five-star rating. The brand says they can be used for a variety of low-impact to high-impact workouts. Users say they're soft, comfortable and squat proof (though they expected more tummy control).

Many like that this Amazon-bestselling racerback bra is also built for large busts (sizing goes up to 3XL). The removable padding offers extra support, but note that some reviewers caution it's not great for high-impact workouts. The bras come solo or in a set of three or four.

If the temperature drops and you still want to exercise outdoors, layer up with the Wanayou compression dry-fit long sleeve shirt. With a 4.5-star rating on Amazon, this will keep you comfortable while nailing almost any workout. Plus, check out the brand's slew of quick-drying sports bras and yoga shorts for a breezy workout.

Incorporate some freedom into your movements with these super-breathable knit sneakers, a winner in our walking tests. Our testers and podiatrists found it worked well in all types of workouts. New Balance offers even more reliable designs, including smoothing spandex bike shorts and flexible hoodies.

Below are my eight favorite brands to shop at, each geared toward a specific type of workout type or preference. You'll also find answers to some FAQs, as well as insight into how I test workout clothes, at the end of this guide.

But just because there's a large variety in the types of workouts the gear can handle doesn't mean there's page after page of a specific short or top fit for an exact routine. Quite the opposite, actually, and simplicity in what it offers is what makes Ten Thousand even more appealing.

No matter what I chose to do, the apparel felt comfortable and functional and was always fit to hold up to whatever I threw at it. Maybe I'd wear the Tactical Short for a 20-mile bike ride after doing a resistance band workout in my apartment. Perhaps it was a 45-minute yoga session followed by a quick jog around my neighborhood in the Lightweight Shirt. Regardless of what it was, the gear held up and never felt out of place.

Rhone has long been one of our favorite makers of men's workout gear. Much of it is indeed due to the company's GoldFusion technology, a proprietary, eco-friendly fabric treatment that leverages real gold particles to help fabrics dry up to three times faster. In addition, it's UV protective and promises to permanently control odor.

Hylete's line of apparel can be used for almost any kind of workout; boxing, running, lifting weights, you name it. Its gear is smartly designed, comfortable, and stylish enough to wear while not breaking a sweat, too.

Pros: Wide selection of versatile workout clothing including casual apparel to technical gear, variety of sizing and lengths to fit different personal style, its tri-blend shirts are especially comfortable

And not just for your typical weight-lifter-slash-runner, either. I've been wearing Hylete's gear for several months now and use it for everything from boxing and resistance band workouts to longer cycling outings on the weekends (I do also lift weights and run in them).

A few favorites of mine is its Icon II Quad-Blend Tee and the Fuse Short. The shirt features a flattering athletic cut and its blend of fabric keeps it comfortable no matter how active I am (and stays comfortable even if I'm doing a workout that makes me particularly sweaty).

The Fuse Short is the epitome of the brand's versatility, too. Available not just in sizes ranging from XS to XXL, Hylete also offers them in regular, above-knee, or quad-cut lengths, allowing people to customize the specific fit based on their workout style and fitness preference. I wear the quad cut, myself, and find them to work well for running, lifting weights, cycling, or HIIT and boxing workouts.

I also found the shorts to be quite versatile and I was able to use them for HIIT workouts, runs, bike rides, and weight lifting sessions, and they stayed comfortable through it all. The four-way stretch design complemented whatever movement I was doing and its internal compression liner provided plenty of support where I needed it.

VRST's best feature is its price point, though. For prices consistently lower than what you'd find elsewhere, it's an excellent budget pick that doesn't sacrifice performance or quality. It may not stand toe-to-toe with more premium brands in terms of advanced technical features or style variety, but if it's quality workout gear you need at a reasonable price, VRST is it.

Wearing something like a weighted vest while working out has proven to help people increase their strength, improve their endurance, and dramatically ratchet up the intensity of their workouts. But they're not always the easiest things to wear and move around in.

Enter Omorpho, a new fitness brand founded by a former Nike exec that's combined the concept of a weighted vest with workout apparel. Instead of throwing on a bulky vest outfit with some combination of weighted plates, Omorpho apparel has weight built directly into something like a workout top or a pair of shorts. Since it's distributed across the piece, it hardly even feels like you're wearing something heavier than a typical workout shirt at all.

To test the gear, I wore it for three weeks straight, using it for every combination of workout I typically do. This includes cycling, boxing, resistance training, strength training, running, and so on. Though it's hard to pinpoint its exact impact on my training, one thing I did notice was how much lighter I felt on runs when I wasn't wearing it. I logged faster mile times and was able to run longer and further.

Although I don't wear the apparel for every workout now as I did when I was exhaustively testing it, I do make sure it's in my wardrobe at least three times a week (and I switch up what kinds of workouts I use it for often). It's a unique take on adding resistance to your workouts, and one that's a bit more versatile than throwing on a weighted vest.

It's obvious the Encinitas, California-based Vuori takes its inspiration from the beach. The workout gear from this company may just make you think you're on the West Coast, with its comfortable, lightweight fit.

NoBull's approach to its workout apparel is simple: Make comfortable clothing that works for literally any form of exercise; running, lifting, CrossFit, strength training, you name it.

Pros: Versatile clothing for a variety of workout types, a huge range of sizes and styles for all body types, also offers accessories like gym bags, cross-training shoes, headbands, and towels, moderate prices, durable

But oh was I wrong. The gear I received from NoBull to test quickly changed my perspective. Not only did I find the apparel to be among the most comfortable in terms of fit, but the styles were all versatile enough that it didn't matter if I was running, doing a resistance band workout, or boxing. That is to say that aside from just being comfortable, they also wick sweat incredibly well and are stretchy enough for a variety of movements.

Each of the pieces of workout clothing highlighted in this guide went through a series of tests to see how well it performed across these four categories: Fit, function, durability, and value. Here's how each category specifically factored into which athletic wear ultimately made this guide:

Fit: Fit. Comfort. This category could've been called either but we went with "fit" specifically because a well-fitting piece of workout clothing will almost always, in turn, be comfortable. Fit is also more than just making sure you select the right size, but is also about how it feels while working out. The rise of stretch fabrics has helped this category significantly, especially for those who do HIIT or strength workouts.

Function: The basic function of workout clothing should be to keep you comfortable, move along with however you workout, and maybe even wick some sweat. Thankfully, today's selection of workout gear does it all. When testing, I looked at how well a brand's sweat-wicking tech worked, whether it did, in fact, repel odors, and if the four-way stretch fabric was able to really stretch in all directions. Other functions I assessed were the comfort of built-in short liners and the effectiveness of other materials (like merino).

Durability: Premium workout clothing (i.e. the gear that's actually worth your money) should last longer than a few months of heavy use and heavy cleaning. This means it should keep its fit and still offer whatever suite of extra features long after you purchase it and wear it for the first time. This category is best served as a long-term assessment, and we've included updated insight on some pieces where we're able.

Value: As mentioned above, the best workout gear won't always be entirely cheap. Though we've included a budget brand in this guide (and one we stand behind), it's oftentimes worth it to spend a little more on workout clothing that's designed to last (as opposed to spending less on something you'll have to replace over and over again). 041b061a72


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