Women's Winter Workout


Dec 14, 2009
Outside Magazine
Women's Winter Workout


1. Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Softshell Jacket
We used this lightly insulated, wind-resistant shell for everything from high-intensity winter cycling to nordic skiing. $175; pearlizumi.com

2. Eddie Bauer First Ascent Bat Hang Hoodie
A piece we kept coming back to—it's soft, moisture-wicking, and quick-drying and has a hood for extra warmth. $99; firstascent.com

3. CW-X Insulator Cold Weather Bra
Breathable fabric made sweaty workout chills a thing of the past. Fleece-lined and supportive enough for C cups. $45; cw-x.com

4. Athleta Polartec Power Stretch Glove
Winter running, spring skiing, walking the dog: You name it, and this polyester-and-nylon glove excelled at it. $32; athleta.com

5. Adidas Women's Supernova Brushed Tight
Our favorites thanks to warm, mostly nylon fabric and a fit that is both flattering and comfy. $70; shopadidas.com

6. GoMotion Sport Runner LiteBelt
Consistent light. Stash pockets. Reflective trim. This LED running belt is our new BFF. $80; gomotiongear.com

7. Ryders Eyewear Endorphin Sunglasses
With versatile amber lenses, anti-slip nose pads, and a sleek design, the Endorphin is everything but expensive. $40; ryderseyewear.com

8. Navitas Naturals Cacao Power Powder
This organic chocolaty powder has no added sugar and is loaded with antioxidants like magnesium and iron. We liked it best in post-workout smoothies. $10 for 8 oz; navitasnaturals.com

9. Polar RS300X
This watch and heart-rate monitor kept motivation high even when the temp was low. It tracks speed, distance, calorie burn, and more. $250; polarusa.com