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You've defied the odds and made it outside for a run during winter (almost as difficult as the actual workout itself, in our opinion). But if you've struggled to balance warmth with comfort—aka not resembling the Michelin Man—we feel you. Here, a lineup of all of the layers you need to stay warm and toasty while getting your heart rate up.

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Fleece Zip-Up

This can be layered over a long-sleeve tee while still being sleek enough to fit under a vest or jacket.

Adidas by Stella McCartney ($120)


Down Jacket

On days when it's too cold to bear, throw on this lightweight puffer, which will keep you toasty without slowing you down.

Lululemon ($198)

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Mesh-Paneled Seamless Tee

The mesh offers just enough ventilation to keep you from overly sweating while bundled up.

Alala ($80)


Tech Gloves

Leave no extremities behind.

Lululemon ($24)


Running Lights

The winter season also means less sunlight. Stay safe with these nifty reflectors that clip onto the back of your sneakers.

Schatzii ($25)

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Hooded Parka

If wind is more your issue, rather than freezing temps, a windbreaker is a must-have.

Vimmia ($212)


High Waist Leggings

With over 3,000 five-star reviews—not a typo—these buttery-soft leggings are built for warmth without losing their shape or falling down mid-sprint.

Zella ($54)


Neck Warmer

Since you’ve covered every other inch.

Lululemon ($28)


Lightweight Vest

An insulated vest is the perfect outdoor layering piece because it stays tight against your body, keeping your core warm.

Nike ($80)


Half-Zip Pullover

The perfect knit for throwing on top of a tee on slightly cooler days.

Nike ($65)


Pom-Pom Beanie

Sweat-damp hair and exposed ears are basically a cold waiting to happen.

Lululemon ($19)


Fleece-Lined Leggings

We give you full permission to wear these during weekend errands, too.

Lululemon ($108)

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