Keep Warm In These 50 Cold Weather Workout Classics

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If you live in a cold area, you are well aware that winter is in full swing. Has it stopped you from getting outside? If the cold is keeping you in, we have a solution! There is great gear on the market to help you brave the cold temperatures and stay on track with your fitness goals.

PANTS & LEGGINGS

1. Base Runner Pant III: The pants, created by Lululemon, are great for outdoor running. They are made to wick away sweat while keeping you warm. They have reflective cuffs that keep out the cold and make sure you stay visible for those winter evenings when the sun sets early. (via Lululemon)

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(Photo: Lulu Lemon)

2. Lucy Women's Renegade Runner Tights: These running tights are nicely fitted. They will keep you warm during an outdoor run while still allowing for breathability. (via Dicks Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

3. The North Face Winter Warm Tights: These running tights will give your legs a good amount of support in addition to the warmth they provide. (via REI)

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(Photo: REI)

4. Women's Thermal Bib Knickers: If you've decided that the cold winter temperatures can't keep you from your bike ride, then you may want to invest in these Bib Knickers. They move with your body as you cycle and hold in natural warmth while simultaneously wicking sweat up and away form your skin. (via Specialized)

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(Photo: Specialized)

5. Rebook Women's Cold Weather Tights: Wear them alone for a sleek look or layer them under your sweatpants for extra warmth. These tights have a great fit that keeps in warmth and wicks sweat off the skin. (via Dicks Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Poto Credit: Dick's SPorting Goods)

6. Pro HyperWarm 3.0 Tights: These Nike running tights allow you to run despite the temperature. They are form-fitting and supportive but still allow for a wide range of motion. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

7. Pro Warm 8 Bit Printed Leggings: Fun and function meet in these patterned leggings. They make for a great base layer for winter runs and offer the warmth, support and function you need. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

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8. Cozy High Waisted Metro Legging: Comfy, cozy and warm, this legging is a great winter alternative. You'll love how snug these tights make you feel! (via Athleta)

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(Photo: Athleta)

9. Under Armour Coldgear Sublimated Leggings: For unbeatable comfort, performance and style, look no further. Available in three different colors, this dual-layered legging will keep your legs warm and dry, allowing you to perform at your top skill. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

10. Essential Thermo Lady Tights: Ready to run? With these running tights, you will be. The casual cut allows for movement and won't restrict your legs as they keep you warm and dry. (via Gore Apparel)

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(Photo: Gore Apparel)

You've got your legs covered, but what about your head and hands? Go on to the next page!

HATS & GLOVES

11. adidas Women's Powder Beanie: This fitted hat will lock in warmth to keep you warm during your workout. It's made to stay on your head. so during your workout, you won't need to readjust or mess with it. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

12. Nike Women's Reversible Running Headband: Cozy, comfy and insulated, this reversible headband will keep your ears warm as you run. The white side is great for running in the fading light because it makes you extra visible. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

13. Under Armour Women's Layered Up Liner Gloves: This lightweight glove uses infrared technology and a thermo-conductive layer to retain your body heat. That means your hands will stay warm without needing a thick set of gloves. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

14. Under Armour Women's Layered Up Beanie: This fitted beanie is made with ColdGear Infrared lining to trap in heat and allow you to run in comfort. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

15. Nike Women's Printed Element Thermal 2.0 Gloves: Superior comfort and warmth is what you'll find from these gloves. They are a slim design so you don't need to worry about a bulky or loose-fitting pair of gloves. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

16. Lucy Women's Winter Run Reversible Headband: This reversible knit headband is lightweight and comfortable so it won't distract you during your workout. It's machine-washable and has reflective materials that make you more visable in low light. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

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17. Saucony Women's Ulti-Mitts: This is a convertible item, meaning you don't need to decide between gloves and mittens. They are soft, fitted and will offer your hands the warmth they need during a winter run! (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

18. ASICS Storm Shelter Fleece Cap: This waterproof shell helps to protect your from the elements. It wicks away moisture and is still breathable enough to keep you warm and comfortable. (via Running Warehouse)

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(Photo: Running Warehouse)

19. Saucony Drylete Ponytail Skull Cap: Ensure yourself of warmth and comfort with this skull cap. It's designed to insulate while wicking away moisture. Plus it has the bonus of a ponytail hole for your convenience. (via Running Warehouse)

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(Photo: Running Warehouse)

20. Mizuno Breath Thermo Glove: This glove has the ability to change your body moisture into heat for a comfortable warmth as you run this winter. It also has antibacterial and deodorizing functions! (via Road Runner Sports)

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(Photo: Road Runner Sports)

Want more winter workout gear? See our outerwear picks on page three!

JACKETS & OUTERWEAR

21. Women's Element 1.5 Jacket: If you're a cyclist, you know that the wind is not your friend on a cold winter's day. This is a high quality jacket that allows you to keep warm and cycle on. (via Specialized)

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(Photo: Specialized)

22. Go-Warm Cocoon-Neck Fleece Pullover: Go-warm max technology helps you to retain your body's natural heat, which allows you to stay warm during an outdoor run without needing an excessive amount of layers. (via Old Navy)

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(Photo: Old Navy)

23. Thermopolis ½ Zip: With a high collar to keep your neck and chin warm, this half-zip is perfect for layering. Thumb holes means you can add more layers on top without uncomfortable bunching, and the material allows you to get a full range of motion without any chafing. (via ASICS)

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(Photo: Asics)

24. Quantum Vest: This vest is a great layer for trail running, chilly morning runs or outdoor sports. It's slim fitting and allows for breathability while holding in core warmth. (via Icebreaker)

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(Photo: Icebreaker)

25. Brooks Women's Joyride Hoodie: This is a super-soft hoodie that's great for outdoor running. It's comfortable, wicks away seat, regulates odor and keeps in heat. Plus, it's cute enough to transition from run to errands. (via Brooks)

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(Photo: Brooks)

26. Women's Seattle Shell: Both water- and wind-proof, this jacket is great for seasonal weather. It ventilates to keep you from getting too hot and has enough room to layer underneath. (via Brooks)

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(Photo: Brooks)

27. Nike Element Running Hoodie: This hoodie is made of a Dri-Fit material that breathes and moves well. There is a scuba-styled hood that will stay in place as you run. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

28. Vortex Jacket: This semi-fitted jacket is perfect for the gold. There are panels to allow for ventilation and the high-low design covers your assets! (via Athleta)

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(Photo: Athleta)

29. R-Gear Take Flight Insulated Jacket: The hood can roll up, the sleeves have thumb holes and the bottom is a ribbed hem for stay-put coverage. This jacket will keep you warm during your fall and winter runs and has great movability. (via Road Runner Sports)

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(Photo: Road Runner Sports)

30. Down For A Run Pullover: This super lightweight jacket is perfect for a winter run. It's fluffy and warm but not bulky. It wicks away sweat and, should you get too hot, you can unzip it it to cool off. (via Lululemon)

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(Photo: Lululemon)

What should you be layering under those jacket? Check out the next page.

TOPS

31. Go-Dry Yoke Run Shirt: When you're running outside, there are two things you want to avoid: being too cold and sweating under your layers. This shirt wicks away sweat, breaths well and will keep you dry and comfortable. It's perfect for layering under your outerwear for maximum comfort. (via Old Navy)

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(Photo: Old Navy)

32. Pro Warm Embossed Vixen Raglan Long Sleeve: Tackle the winter with this sleek shirt. It's designed to keep sweat off your body and is ideal for layering under any winter outerwear. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

33. Under Armour Coldgear Mockneck Shirt: If you're running for distance, get a shirt that can keep up. This top is the next closest thing to skin and will help to regulate heat while wicking away your sweat. It's made to be layered and will help you stay strong during a tough run. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

34. Devotion Turtleneck: This high-necked shirt is a great layering piece. The neck allows you to stay warm without a bulky scarf. It's a great top for taking a walk or hike during the cold season. (via Athleta)

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(Photo: Athleta)

35. Runderful Long Sleeve: Made from super comfy fabric, this long sleeve is a go-to for layering. It's a high-quality product that is sure to last you several winters because it's created to hold its shape. It also wicks moisture to keep you dry. (via Lululemon)

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(Photo: Lululemon)

36. Performance Seamless Long Sleeve Top: This shirt is seamless, which means no chafing. It's designed to fit comfortably so you won't need to worry about bunching and scrunching. (via Old Navy)

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(Photo: Old Navy)

37. Trina Turk Recreation Mesh Black Sleeve Long Top: This shirt wicks away sweat, stretches nicely, has thumbholes and has an open mesh back for style and ventilation. (via Dillard's)

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(Photo: Dillard's)

38. EMS Women's Vital Long-Sleeve V-Neck Tee: With a breathable material, this shirt is a great layering tool. If you're getting outdoors this winter, this is a great item to have on your back. (via Eastern Mountain Sports)

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(Photo: Eastern Mountain Sports)

39. All About That Base Top: The name of this shirt says it all. This shirt is deisgned to be a base layer when you head outside. It's smooth against the skin, breathable and wicks away sweat to keep you comfortable. (via Title Nine)

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(Photo: Title Nine)

40. 6am Long Sleeve: This shirt is designed for an early morning runner. It will keep you warm in the chilly air but when it starts to get nice out again, it wicks away sweat and breaths to keep you from overheating. (via Title Nine)

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(Photo: Title Nine)

Think you've got a whole outfit picked out? Not quite yet. See what you're missing on the next page.

MUST-HAVE ACCESSORIES

41. Sweater Fleece Neck Warmer: This is a cozy sweater material with a jersey lining. There's no tag to itch and scratch you as you go through your outdoor workout. Ditch your bulky scarf and upgrade to this simple and effective piece. (via Old Navy)

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(Photo: Old Navy)

42. Dash Arm Warmer: If you need an extra layer without extra bulk, try these arm warmers. Silicone grips keep them from slipping, while special material wicks away sweat to keep you from getting chilled. (via Brooks)

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(Photo: Brooks)

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43. Savasana Sock: Pull them all the way up or scrunch them down. These socks are meant to keep you warm on your commute to and from the studio. (via Lululemon)

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(Photo: Lululemon)

44. Run Fast Neck Warmer: This neck warmer is made with a softshell fabric that repels wind and wicks away sweat. You can use it to cover your neck, chin and mouth or pull it up over the back of your head like a hood. (via Lululemon)

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(Photo: Lululemon)

45. Seirus Neofleece Combo Scarf: This combo scarf is a great way to combat cold. You will stay nice and warm regardless of temperature with this winter running accessory. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

46. Seirus Unisex Battalion Balaclava: A face mask is a good way to keep yourself warm when running, cycling or doing any outdoor winter sport. If you don't fancy the intimidating ski mask, this fun pattern is a great option. (via Dick's Sporting Goods)

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(Photo: Dick's Sporting Goods)

47. EMS Women's Seamless Feather Bikini Brief: We've talked a lot about layering, but if you don't start with the basics, you won't have a comfortable run. These panties wick away moisture, hug your body in the right places and move with you to avoid bunching and chafing. (via Eastern Mountain Sports)

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(Photo: Eastern Mountain State)

48. Under Armour StuidoLux Underwire Sports Bra: First of all, this bra offers the support you need. Second, the bra is breathable and wicks away sweat for ultimate comfort no matter the weather. (via Nordstrom)

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(Photo: Nordstrom)

49. Drymax Sport Cold Weather Run Crew: These socks are insulated for warmth but also allow for breathability and will draw out moisture, ensuring that your feet stay warm and dry this winter. (via Zappos)

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(Photo: Zappos)

50. Nike Miler Sunglasses: If you're running in cold weather, there's a good chance you live in a part of the world where there is snow on the ground. Even though sunglasses will have you reminiscing about summer, the sun reflecting off of the snow will have you wishing you remembered to bring some shades. Be ready for anything this winter. (via Nike Vision)

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(Photo: Nike Vision)