This Is the Best (and Most Stylish!) Fitness Gear for Fall

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A well-crafted workout wardrobe might not actually get you to the gym, but it will make the trek a lot less painful. (It’s a whole lot easier to get motivated when you’re looking and feeling good, after all.) Whether you’re running outside, or just commuting to your local studio, prep for the dropping temperatures with the right gear. Here’s what to get.

Lacoste

Tennis Socks

Sure, these are technically tennis socks, but they look cool heading to and from the gym, too.

$20, mrporter.com

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Lululemon

The Short

Linerless is the way to go when you need to wear leggings or compression pants underneath.

$58, lululemon.com

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Mission

Vaporactive Voltage Compression Tights

And those compression pants don’t have to be boring. Dark purple is more interesting than black.

$60, mission.com

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Asics

Gel Kenun

Asics always delivers on both functionality (you won’t get shin splints) and cool aesthetics.

$110, asics.com

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Arc’teryx

Half-Zip Base Layer

You can hike, run, or commute in this base layer.

$90, mrporter.com

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Camelbak

Eddy .75L

Grab a water bottle that is easy to clean and reuse—much more efficient (and eco-friendly) than buying plastic bottles.

$15, camelbak.com

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Second Skin

Quatroflx Compression Top

This compression shirt keeps you both insulated and aired out in all the right places.

$45, secondskin.com

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Tracksmith

Van Cortland Striped Mesh T-shirt

Tracksmith makes clothes for the year-round runner. This long sleeve shirt with a higher neckline is good for cool mornings.

$75, mrporter.com

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Under Armour

TB12 Sleep Pant

Leave it to Tom Brady to inspire an entire line of pajamas dedicated to efficient recovery. Wear these pants after a tough workout; Under Armour uses its Far Infrared technology inside the pant to help your body recover faster.

$100, underarmour.com

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Rhone

Laundry Bag

Instead of wasting plastic bags at the gym, reuse this laundry bag after workouts. Just make sure it gets laundered, too.

$29, rhone.com

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Nike

Metcon 3

Headed inside to train? Metcon 3s are good for just about everything.

$130, mrporter.com

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Outdoor Voices

Crepe Running Jacket

Yes, this was meant for running. But damn, does it look good on its own.

$135, outdoorvoices.com

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New Balance

Trinamic Hoodie

The J.Crew and New Balance collaboration is the best blend of functional and stylish.

$140, newbalance.com

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Reebok

Floatride

Reebok’s Floatrides can crush a run, but they also look cool with joggers or jeans.

$150, reebok.com

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RLX Ralph Lauren

Melange Quilted Golf Jacket

This is a golf jacket, but it can double as a to-and-from the gym jacket, too.

$225, mrporter.com

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