Survive the Snow: Layer Up in Sports Activewear

Don't let the cold stop you from completing your daily workout. Bundle up in these activewear pieces and achieve your goals even in the dead of winter.

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Athleta Rock Springs Jacket

Brave the cold weather this winter by wearing a jacket that keeps you warm during your workouts. This activewear piece is lined with insulation in all the right places to help you retain warmth. The jacket is an effective windbreaker for those gusty days, and it's spacious enough for you to wear multiple layers underneath. Inspired for outdoor adventure, this jacket keeps you cozy as you achieve your goals in the chilly seasons. ($148; athleta.com)

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Under Armour ColdGear Authentic Mock

Winter can be the hardest season to get motivated, but wearing the right activewear for the conditions makes exercising outdoors a lot easier. This long-sleeve fitted shirt hugs your body but isn't too tight. The four-way stretch fabric allows you to move freely so you won't feel restricted when you're working out. If you break a sweat or if snow happens to get down to the bottom layer, don't worry. This base layer is designed to wick away moisture and dry quickly. ($50; underarmour.com)

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Nike Sportswear Tech Fleece

If you don't own a piece of activewear from Nike's Tech line, then purchasing this fleece would be a great start to your collection. This hoodie keeps you warm during the winter without weighing you down. Constructed with ergonomic seams, the fleece jacket won't inhibit movement as you run. Store any essentials you may need securely in one of the many pockets this jacket offers. This hoodie is so comfortable, you'll being wearing it for workouts, errands, and weekend lounging. ($120; nike.com)

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The North Face Motivation Psonic Vest

Keep your core warm and your arms free during your next brisk morning jog. Layer this vest over the Nike Sportswear Tech Fleece for a little extra coziness. This vest is both insulated and breathable, which means it traps hot air to keep you warm while also regulating your body temperature so you don't overheat. The more pockets, the better, and this vest features zippered pockets to place your phone or iPod where they won't fall out with all of the movement. ($99; thenorthface.com)

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Stella McCartney Yoga Leg Warmers

Leg warmers are not just for Jazzercise. These Stella McCartney accessories will keep your legs warm during your next winter workout. Almost like a long pair of socks, these leg warmers are placed over your leggings and are snug all the way above the knee. You may want to wear them with socks, since they have an open toe and cutout heel. Put these leg warmers on before you stretch or begin your cardio workout to give your body a little boost to warm up faster. ($25; shopbop.com)

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Under Armour HeatGear Armour Printed

It's no secret that these leggings are a fan favorite, but would you expect anything less from Under Armour activewear? These HeatGear leggings lock in heat while wicking away moisture to keep you dry and warm. Ergonomic flatlock seams offer a smooth texture that won't irritate the skin or cause chafing. Not only will you want to wear these leggings during your workouts, but you may also find yourself lounging around in them because they are so comfortable. ($50; underarmour.com)

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Columbia Omni-HEAT Insulated Pants

Power through the freezing cold by bundling up in these insulated snow pants before going on your daily walk. These pants have an adjustable waist, so if you decide to layer your bottoms you'll always have a perfect fit. Designed with a waterproof Omni-TECH shell, these snow pants are breathable while also trapping heat so you stay well-insulated. Our favorite feature is the internal leg gaiter that prevents snow from going up your pant leg, leaving you dry for your whole workout. ($110 - $130; sportsmansguide.com)

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Helen Kaminski Lida Wool Beanie

When layering for the cold weather, don't forget your ears. Keep your ears toasty by wearing this wool beanie during your outdoor winter workout. We love the neutral gray shade; even if you decide to change up your activewear wardrobe, you'll always have a hat to match. When you're not crushing your fitness goals, wear this beanie with a casual outfit to hang out with your friends around a bonfire. Whether you wear your hair up or down, your style game will be on-point.. ($80; nordstromrack.com)

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Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf

Finish your winter activewear ensemble by getting a scarf that can be worn many different ways. Use this winter-weather favorite as a wrap, a cardigan, or fold it into an infinity scarf. The scarf is designed with a sweat-wicking Rulu fabric that keeps you warm during a chilly run. As cozy as the scarf is, the breathable material will keep you from getting too warm. Layer up during your winter yoga class or snuggle in on your flight home for the holidays; this versatile scarf is a winter-wardrobe must. ($48; lululemon.com)

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Nike Tailwind Running Gloves

Don't cut your workout short because you don't have a pair of gloves you can trust to keep your fingers warm. These Nike running gloves are designed with Dri-FIT fabric to minimize moisture and maximize breathability without freezing your hands. The thumb and forefinger are designed with touchscreen-compatible fabric, so you won't have to fumble with your phone when you want to check a text or change a song on your workout playlist. ($22; dickssportinggoods.com)

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