We love wide waistbands! They're flattering and help shorts stay in place. The Momentum Shorts by Moving Comfort feature one in an adorable bright blue, as well as three handy pockets and reflective piping to keep you safe ($36; movingcomfort.com).
Protect yourself from the elements without feeling weighed down. The breathable, water-repellent Nike Vapor Jacket features a storable hood and reflective details for those dark, rainy spring days ($100; nike.com).
Long run left your muscles screaming? Squeeze into a pair of compression tights. The Skins RY400 Recovery line increases circulation through gradient compression, which some research shows can speed recovery and reduce delayed onset muscle soreness ($140; skinsusa.com).
From one of the leading providers of endurance-sports accessories, this Semi-Custom Race Hat by Headsweats will keep the sun out of your eyes and the sweat from soaking your hair. A super-soft Coolmax terry sweatband makes it one of coolest—and most comfortable—caps to wear ($24; headsweats.com).
Make a statement with this lightweight, super-stretchy Army Tank by ViewSPORT. At first glance it reads, "I AM," but once you start perspiring, the moisture activates a chemical in the fabric that reveals the rest of the graphic. The sweat-soaked sentiment? "I AM THE COMPETITION" ($25; viewsport.us).
Asics consistently makes some of the most runner-friendly socks and now they're eco-friendly, too. The Ecoline Kayano Low Cut is made from recycled polyester, plastic water bottles and x-ray film, while still providing superior sweat wicking ($15; asicsamerica.com).
Brooks Epiphany Support Tank marries form and function. Compression cups give the bust shape, while a racer-back design keeps everything securely in place. Bonus: There's a pocket in the back for your keys and gels ($38; brooksrunning.com).
The original running skirt just got an upgrade. Skirt Sports now offers the Racer Girl Skirt, which features a built-in, high compression Lyrcra shorties underneath. The 5.5-inch inseam gives you enough coverage without feeling like bike shorts ($75; skirtsports.com).
Armwarmers: Once you own a pair, you'll find it hard to believe you ever ran without them. We love the understated design, deep indigo color and handy thumb holes on this Oiselle pair ($28; oiselle.com).
Made of a midweight jersey that'll keep you warm, but not overheated, Lucy Propel Run Tights are the perfect winter-to-spring running companion. If you're partial to late-night runs, reflective details will keep you visible until the days get longer, while a drawstring waist prevents rain-induced wardrobe malfunctions ($68; lucy.com).
BornFit's Elyse Jacket does double duty as an errand-running top. Wear the collar up when workign out in cooler weather, or pull on the asymmetrical zipper and fold it to the side while window shopping ($88; bornfit.com).