adidas 365 Seamless Tee, $45
The seamless design reduces chafing, making this shirt ideal for any outdoor activity. Life is easier when you’re not worrying about overheating and skin irritation.
Under Armour Heatgear 6-inch Boxerjock, $20
The lightweight compression keeps everything cool and comfortable.
Puma Mesh Shorts, $28
Mesh, the original cool-tech, is better than ever. 100% polyester mesh with side vents make you feel like you’re running with nothing on.
asics Kayano Wool Low Cut Socks, $16
The Cadillac of running socks, with left and right foot construction and a horizontal lace pad for extra cushioning.
Under Armour Zone II Short Sleeve T, $30
Infused with lightweight Heatgear fabric, this tee reflects the aggressive style of a true UA athlete.
Nike Pro Core Compression Shorts, $25
Nike’s Dri-FIT technology provides a moisture management system, and the shorts are designed for a secure and comfortable fit.
Reebok PlayDry 9-inch Shorts, $25
A relaxed fit keeps the shorts hanging comfortably off the body, and PlayDry wicks moisture away.
Under Armour Heatgear III No Show Socks, $12
UA’s signature Heatgear technology accelerates evaporation of moisture; the socks will custom fit any foot and provide arch support to increase blood circulation.
Nike Pro Hyper Cool Sleeveless Shirt, $35
Mesh panels and Dri-FIT fabric offer lightness and coolness for maximum performance. Don’t wanna show off the pipes? Get the full tee.
Brooks HVAC Seamless Boxers, $40
More technology than you find in an iPhone. Kidding—but HVAC tech infuses these boxers with silver fibers that react to changes in body temperature.
Nike Dri-FIT Fly Training Shorts, $30
Deep, side-slit mesh pockets and an elastic waistband [as opposed to drawstrings] for a smoother feel when you’re on the run— and a place for your house key.
adidas Climalite X2 No Show Socks, $12
A sleek design and adidas’ Climalite material aid ventilation to keep you running cool.