(Photo: Inga Hendrickson)

6 Gifts for Do-it-All Athletes


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Whether you run, bike, or ski, these six essentials will keep you playing all winter long. 


Fitbit Charge HR Wristband

The Surge’s smaller, sleeker sibling, Fitbit’s Charge HR wristband tracks your heart rate 24/7 while monitoring steps walked and calories burned. Pair it with your phone and it will also tell you who’s calling.

Price $150

Bollé Jude Sunglasses

Bollé leaped into the lifestyle realm when it brought out the Jude sunglasses. The nylon frames sit comfortably during multi-hour rides, but the blocky design and plaid inlay make them sharp enough to wear off the bike.

Price $120

SmartWool PhD Propulsion 60 Hoodie

The SmartWool women’s PhD Propulsion 60 hoodie matches 60-gram merino insulation on the torso with breathable 100-gram merino on the back, hood, and arms for dry warmth on chilly runs. 

Price $200
(Inga Hendrickson)

Lululemon Pace Tight SE Reflective Leggings

The dots that give the Lululemon Pace Tight SE Reflective leggings their snakeskin charm light up when hit by headlights, making them highly visible on post-sundown jogs. Our tester described them as more comfortable than wearing no pants at all.

Price $198

Moji Curve Pro Massager

The Moji Curve Pro massager looks like a series of golf balls embedded in a handle, but the arc and flex let you lay into scar tissue from your toughest runs and rides. Freeze it for another level of recovery.

Price $50
(New Balance)

New Balance Vazee Pace Running Shoes

The combination of a featherweight mesh upper and flexible, rockered forefoot makes the New Balance Vazee Pace running shoes our go-to high-speed roadsters for midday interval training.

Price $110
Lead Photo: Inga Hendrickson