Cold-Weather Activewear That’s Functional And Stylish

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While we generally prefer to opt for indoor fitness activities during winter months, we can’t deny the appeal of fresh air. As such, it’s important to be equipped with thermal base layers and performance-ready outerwear so the elements don’t get in the way of a great workout. Here, 11 pieces that promise to keep you warm this season.

Courtesy of Lululemon

Cold-Weather Activewear

Alta Jacket

$395

Aether

This quilted jacket is resistant to water and wind, and supremely insulated for warmth without the bulk.

Champion Workout Top

$70

Sweaty Betty

This multi-sport top wicks away moisture and features built-in thumbholes—two qualities ideal for outdoor training.

Polartec Power Stretch Leggings

$70

Duluth

These leggings are outfitted with a fleecy inner finish that keeps legs warm despite the bitter cold.

Run For Cold Pullover

$168

Lululemon

This light but mighty jacket is made with synthetic insulation and water-repellent fleece to keep shivers at bay during a run.

Tech Tip Running Gloves

$15

Old Navy

These sleek gloves feature grippy fingertip pads so you can easily tap away on your phone screen, no removal necessary.

Capilene Thermal Weight Zip-Neck

$99

Patagonia

This top's thermal fabric offers superior warmth and breathability, and even features patented odor-control capabilities.

Denali Ear Gear Thermal Headband

$25

The North Face

Soft, plush fleece will protect your ears during an outdoor jog.

Downlight Stormdown Vest

$149

Eddie Bauer

This slim down vest keeps your core nice and toasty.

Merino Wool Socks

$18

Bombas

Merino wool socks are essential for winter workouts. These also feature a reinforced footbed for added comfort.

Allee Recycled Down Pullover II

$295

Nau

The draped funnel neck and kangaroo pouch pockets make this unique pullover jacket an ideal topper for blustery conditions.

Colorblock Powerlift Tight 2.0

$98

Athleta

These power-stretch, high-rise leggings are made with cozy Polartec fleece.