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Pantone Of The Year: Coral Running Gear For 2019

We're all heart eyes for Living Coral, the newly announced Pantone Color of the Year, and we’ll be rocking it head to toe in our workouts in 2019.

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Stance Uncommon Solid Run Crew, $18

If you’ve never considered running in crew socks before, these are worth trying out—not only to show off their awesome designs and colors, but also because of their comfort and lower-leg compression. With specific fits for the right and left foot, the quick-drying nylon socks offer customized arch support for each foot in addition to a reinforced toe and heel for extra durability.

Outdoor Voices TechSweat 7/8 Flex Leggings, $75

We are obsessed with the coral stroke color and pattern on these 7/8 leggings, not to mention the awesome fabric. The material, which is a blend of nylon, Lycra and polyester, is both super-soft and highly functional—it’s sweat-wicking, breathable, stretchy and lightweight. Plus, it has a little pocket in the waistband for holding your key and ID.

Under Armour HeatGear Mesh Back, $30

This bright coral tank is perfect for when the weather starts heating up (or for those of us who quickly overheat on runs!). It has a loose, relaxed fit and features fabric that helps disperse body heat, wicks sweat and provides extra breathability through a mesh panel on the back. We love the dropped hem in the back for a little extra coverage.

Lululemon Free To Be Bra, $42-$48

Perfect for smaller-busted women (or for low-impact activities such as yoga), this coral-colored bra caught our eye, especially because of the grapefruit-colored criss-crossed straps on the back. The Lycra fabric gives it a smooth feel and moisture-wicking capabilities, and it has pockets for optional, removable cups.

Arc’teryx Rho LT Zip Neck Women’s, $125

This moisture-wicking base layer, made from a polyester blend fabric, is perfect for helping you regulate your body temperature in cool weather without being itchy against your skin. It has a women’s-specific design, which means a next-to-skin fit, gusseted underarms so you can move freely and flatlock seams to prevent any kind of chafing or irritation. It also has a zippered pocket on the sleeve for holding essentials.

New Balance 1400v6, $100

These lightweight racing flats weigh in at just 6 oz. and make you feel extra fast with the brand’s responsive REVlite cushioning. The sixth version of the popular shoe features a lightweight, structured upper and breathable mesh for a light and airy feel with a little extra room in the toebox.

These Runners Were Not Prepared to Love Non-Alcoholic Beer

L. Renee Blount and Outside TV host Pat Parnell posted up at a popular trailhead, handed out free Athletic Brewing craft non-alcoholic beer, and then recorded runners’ live reactions. Want to find out what all the hype’s about? Click here to discover a world without compromise.


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