This Chic Fitness Trend Will Get You Excited About Running All Winter
We're all for layering our activewear as the weather cools down, but there's only so much layering you can do before your athleisure game starts to suffer and you're still a little bit cold, no matter how hard you try.
Which is why we're obsessed with a trend that a lot of our favorite brands have been featuring this fall: Cozy, fleece-lined leggings. Whether you're heading to yoga in the early hours of the morning or braving a run in freezing temperatures, this trend has your back.
Here's why we're loving this trend.
Fleece-lined pants are inherently cozy, and when you're trying to convince yourself to get enough exercise when it's cold and dark out, the prospect of slipping into a pair of cozy workout pants makes the whole thing a little less awful.
Even better, these pants are fashionable and will protect joints that stiffen up in cold weather, like knees, ankles, and hips. They're also designed to be breathable and wick away moisture.
Here are some chic, comfy options to choose from.
Athleta Powerlift Tight 2.0
These leggings are made of fabric that provides full thermal insulation with soft, brushed fabric inside and on the waistband. "These tights are designed for the ultimate cold-weather outdoor training," an Athleta rep tells mbg. "They are cozy and comfortable but not bulky. The fabric is wicking and breathable. They feature reflective detail and zip pockets, too!"
Lululemon First Mile Tech Tight
These tights have sweat-wicking tech fleece brushed on the inside for warmth and comfort.
Reebok Speedwick Thermal Legging
These leggings wick away sweat to keep you warm and dry, and the insulation keeps you warm enough for any outdoor (or indoor) winter activity.
C9 Women's Herringbone Leggings
Made with tech fleece, these leggings are a great way to wick moisture in the cold weather, and the fabric is brushed inside for additional warmth.
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