Although tie-dye is having a long-lasting moment, the orange burst seen on this tank was inspired by the space race of the 1960s and 1970s (which is back in the zeitgeist courtesy of new documentary Apollo 11). The vibrant color will keep you visible to any cars or people on your path.
The proprietary mesh material of these shorts makes them a boon for long-distance training runs, as they’re made from one of the quickest-drying fabrics on the market. The brand works with athletes, including tennis player Andy Murray, to develop their products.
Summer whites are always in style, not to mention easy-to-pair with your favorite sports bra. This capri is double-lined in the front and back to protect against transparency while its extra wicking fabric keeps you cool.
Warm weather rainstorms mean that a jacket is still a necessity. This one is made from breezy waterproof nylon that shields against the wind but doesn’t add bulk. The beige hue stays on trend.
This limited edition collection from the American fashion designer combines streetwear aesthetics and activewear innovation. With large armholes and two types of anti-stink technology, this tank ensures you’ll remain fresh after an intense treadmill session.
This newly-released update to the GPS smartwatch tracks activity 24/7 and boasts a streamlined design. It also records your training, adjusts your goals based on progress, and includes 80 different sports settings for a variety of fit pursuits.
Asymmetrical tops and dresses were prevalent among spring/summer collections from designers like Preen and Christoper Kane and now athleisure is taking note. This one-shoulder bra, made with compression knit, withstands sweat and sits high enough to provide ample support.
The unisex tee feels seasonal with its green, yellow, and white florals. Both men and women will appreciate the added coverage of the longer back.
“These shorts are my first pick for any competition because they make me feel fast and fresh,” Underwood explains. Three hidden zippered pockets are helpful for storing fuel and keys during a race.
“Safety is everything, but I love music while I'm running,” Underwood says. The open design of these headphones will allow you to be aware of your environment on outdoor runs.
“These socks are so comfortable and stay dry the whole time you're running,” says Underwood. The short height and color selections (her favorite is the Splash) allow you to add a hit of on-trend tie-dye to your look.