For the At-Home-Gym Nut
Gaiam Restore Marbled Foam Roller ($20)
The Gaiam Restore Marbled foam roller has a just-right semifirm density for soothing tight quads. Bonus: it looks good enough to keep in the living room.
UA Sport Wireless Train Headphones ($200)
Under Armour teamed up with JBL to develop the sleek UA Sport Wireless Train headphones, which come with workout-minded features like breathable fabric on the removable (read: washable) ear cups.
Smartwool Merino 150 Baselayer Short Sleeve ($75)
To make Smartwool’s Merino 150 Baselayer short sleeve (men’s pictured), designers wrapped plush wool fibers around durable nylon and used flat seams that won’t chafe.
Skechers Relaxed Fit Equalizer 3.0 Shoes ($70)
An airy knit-mesh upper, a memory-foam insole, and overlays on the side and heel make the Skechers Relaxed Fit Equalizer 3.0 shoes one of the most comfortable trainers we’ve ever tested.
Adidas Outdoor Agravic Alpha Hooded Shield Jacket ($159)
Windproof and filled with Polartec Alpha active insulation, the Adidas Outdoor Agravic Alpha Hooded Shield jacket is the ideal lightweight, breathable layer for a giftee who dabbles in many sports.
Vulcan Alpha Bumper Plates ($325 and up)
Vulcan claims that the recycled rubber in its Alpha bumper plates will reduce noise by 30 percent. Now the neighbors won’t complain when you’re banging out Olympic lifts.
The North Face Beyond the Wall Free Motion Bra ($75)
The North Face Beyond the Wall Free Motion bra has a backless design for freedom of movement—good for climbers or those who want an uninhibited range of motion while sweating.
Asics Dynaflyte 3 Trainers ($130)
The Asics Dynaflyte 3 trainers (women’s pictured) are like weight lifters who live for leg day: beefy on the bottom, thin up top. Nineteen millimeters of light foam in the heel is paired with a minimalist mesh upper to provide cushion and breathability.