I'm a Fitness Editor, and These Are My Top Running Picks From Lululemon

Apr 1 2021 - 2:30pm

As an editor, I'm lucky enough to test my fair share of gear, and I love every minute of it. Since I'm an exercise enthusiast, I'm always looking for flattering, comfortable, sweat-wicking leggings [1] that will move with me, and great sports bras [2] that keep me supported. Recently, I've been exploring running more; now that the weather's warmed up, and it stays lighter longer, it's easier for me to justify a post-work workout. To support my newest healthy habit, I've been shopping for running gear at Lululemon, and here are some of my favorite picks.

Whether you're looking for your new favorite running shorts [3] or a hat that keeps the sun out of your face and your hairstyle intact, these are the 14 products I can't get enough of. Lululemon is always my go-to, and my running gear is no exception. Keep reading to shop my picks.

Lululemon Swiftly Breathe Long Sleeve

If you need a warmup or cooldown layer, go for this Lululemon Swiftly Breathe Long Sleeve [5] ($78). It's breathable and will keep you comfortable no matter what happens with the weather.

Lululemon Swift Speed High-Rise Tight

The new Lululemon Swift Speed High-Rise Tight [6] ($128) is super breathable and easy to move in. Plus, they've got lots of pockets, which is essential on longer runs.

Lululemon Stash It Bra

If you're someone who likes to take lots of things on your run, the Lululemon Stash It Bra [7] ($68) is your new best friend. If you can believe it, there's a zip pocket and even a place to hang your outer layer.

Lululemon Fast and Free Run Hat Pony

If you want to keep your ponytail looking sleek, go for this Lululemon Fast and Free Run Hat Pony [8] ($38). There's nothing more annoying than having your pony out of place on a long run, and this hat has an extra wide opening to make sure everything stays intact.

Lululemon Tracker Short V

Spring and summer runs call for these breathable Lululemon Tracker Shorts V [9] ($58). They're lightweight and so easy to stride in.

Lululemon Run Times Bra

Stay supported in this Lululemon Run Times Bra [10] ($68). If you've got a larger chest, you can feel comfortable pounding the pavement in this.

Lululemon Sculpt Tank Cropped

We love a cropped tank, and this beloved Lululemon Sculpt Tank Cropped [11] ($48) will be a staple in your closet. It'll still have coverage, especially when paired with a high-waisted legging, but is also breathable and lightweight, so you won't think about it while you're running.

Lululemon Fast and Free Tight

If you can't part with your leggings no matter the temperature, go with these lightweight Lululemon Fast and Free Tights [12] ($128). These have been running staples for me for a while thanks to the buttery soft, breathable fabric.

Lululemon Zoned In Tank Top

This Lululemon Zoned In Tank Top [13] ($68) is so breathable and easy to throw on and go. If you like something that's more skintight, this is a great option for short or long runs.

Lululemon Find Your Pace Short

Pick up your pace in these Lululemon Find Your Pace Shorts [14] ($68). They're super lightweight and will move with you while you sprint.

Lululemon Energy Bra Long Line

This Lululemon Energy Bra Long Line [15] ($58) is already a favorite of ours, but we need this new lavender color. If you're looking for a medium-support sports bra, this is a good one to try.

Lululemon Fast And Free Short

Bike shorts season is here, and we love these breathable, sweat-wicking Lululemon Fast And Free Shorts [16] ($68). If you like the feel of leggings but don't want to overheat, this is the pick for you.

Lululemon Fast and Free Windbreaker

If the temperature dips or you're going out on an early morning run, you need this lightweight Lululemon Fast and Free Windbreaker [17] ($198). It will keep you comfortable while you're getting your miles in.

Lululemon Wunder Train High-Rise Tight

The fabric of this Lululemon Wunder Train High-Rise Tight [18] ($98) is lightweight enough to take you through your runs but thick enough to keep you supported. It's an editor favorite, and once you try it, it'll be a favorite of yours too.

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