Uniqlo Women Heattech T-Shirt
Hit the road for a morning jog in comfort. Special insulating technology plus a moisture-absorbing, quick-drying fabric will keep you on track. Available in nine colors.
To buy: $25, uniqlo.com.
Tooks Sportec Band
Brooks Greenlight Glove
Whether you’re running trails or just your weekend errands, these tech-friendly gloves are a cold-weather essential. Tuck your key in the envelope pocket on the palm to make your routine truly hassle-free. Available in three colors.
To buy: $22, brooksrunning.com.
Patagonia Micro D® Fleece Gaiter
Small enough to stash in a pocket, this neck warmer’s two layers of microfleece will keep freezing winds at bay, no matter how low the mercury goes. Available in five colors.
To buy: $29, patagonia.com.
Under Armour ColdGear® Armour
Can gym clothes actually be cute enough to make you want to go to the gym? The proof is in these slimming leggings. Under Armour’s ColdGear technology acts like a second skin to wick away moisture (to keep you dry) while a wide, flat waistband contours your curves (to keep you looking great). Available in three colors.
To buy: $45, underarmour.com.
Lands’ End Active Hybrid Vest
Whatever your winter workout, this thermal-lined vest has you covered. The streamlined shape and thin construction insulate without adding bulk or affecting your range of motion. Available in three colors.
To buy: $45, landsend.com.
Nike Impossibly Light Running Jacket
Rain or shine, this windbreaker will become your constant companion. Made of water-resistant, lightweight acrylic, the whole thing packs easily into a bungee-equipped pocket in the hood for those rare days when you’re actually warm. Available in two colors.
To buy: $110, nike.com.