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The Best Fitness Gear of October 2021 – gearpatrol.com

Posted: October 14, 2021 at 2:00 am

Fall fitness can be a fickle friend. When searching for activewear, shoes, accessories and outerwear that can ride the thin line of fluctuating temperatures that characterize this season, one has to keep multiple variables in mind: cool, crisp mornings that demand layers, which segue into blazing hot afternoons where a thin t-shirt and shorts will do, which crash right back into chilly evenings that necessitate long layers.

Pro tip: Rather than pack an entire duffel with separate items of clothing for each change in the day, go for multi-use activewear that naturally insulates, like merino wool. Layer up by pairing short and long-sleeve tees meant to wick moisture with lightweight and windproof running jackets. Slide on sneakers built to perform in a variety of environments.

Fall fitness is all about making the most out of the least amount of gear. With strategic layering and material choices, you can stay comfortable and efficient. Here are our top choices for this October.

An eco-friendly running apparel capsule, designed in collaboration with endurance athlete, author and podcaster Rich Roll? This must be what dreams are made of. Welcome the Ten Thousand x Rich Roll Far Collection into your outdoor wardrobe this season. The Far Collection includes a recycled-nylon, moisture-wicking lined short, highly breathable short and long-sleeve run shirts designed to combat chafing and a running beanie made from EcoVero Viscose. The entire collection is GRS-certified vegan, Bluesign approved and infused with an eco-friendly Polygiene Biostatic permanent anti-odor treatment.

Price: $38 - $78


Sick of your home workouts and need something to kick it up a notch? Look no further than the MYX II. This professional-grade stationary bike comes with a heart rate monitor and a sleek, interactive touchscreen tablet. One of the most affordable bikes on the market, it delivers 1-on-1 coaching with a focus on heart rate improvement. Your trainers will guide you to achieve your specific goals based on three heart rate zones calibrated just for you. Leading with your heart minimizes your risk of fatigue and overworking, so your workouts are sustainable and you can better avoid injury. With all workout types available, including rides, strength training, yoga, stretching and HIIT, there is something for everyone in the family. Check out the MYX II below and start riding.

Price: $1,399


This new iteration of a hugely popular sneaker by Reebok x National Geographic is another step in the direction of sustainable and ethical footwear. The Nano X1 Vegan employs a plant-based version of Flexweave knit, along with a Floatride Energy Foam made with castor bean oil that provides cushioning underfoot. The sneakers design is inspired by sea ice between Canada and Greenland and the plants that are able to survive in the remote and harsh environment. The Nano X1 Vegan also contains a QR code on the tongue that takes the viewer to the icy world that inspired these kicks, through 360 videos.

Price: $130


The Smoother Roller is a new kind of foam roller, innovating how we recover from workouts. Built for those just getting into foam rolling, or who are looking for a low-intensity experience, the Smooth Roller comes with a smooth split foam roller for low-impact recovery, as well as a small ball attachment that targets smaller muscle areas with high intensity.

Price: $99


Transport yourself to the American Southwest with Satisfys newest collection, inspired by the arid landscapes of the region. Weve got our eye on the Short Distance 8" Shorts in particular, which pair a Tech-Silk exterior with Satisfys proprietary Justice silk liner to maximize comfort, breathability, performance and unbeatable weight. A double waistband, sweat-proof back zipper pocket, reflective print, mini carabiner and detachable exterior tag round out the performance short.

Price: $255


This fall release from New Balance is for the runners out there who want a stylish, dependable jacket to wear during chillier runs. Keeping the needs of runners in mind, the jacket includes details like New Balances wind-resistant Wind-Defy fabric, which features a unique blue-green reflective sheen that enhances visibility, as well as a touchscreen-friendly front pocket that allows for phone control without having to fumble around with zippers. The removable hood allows for customization on the go.

Price: $234.99


Most of Rhones Fall 21 releases are style-focused, but this windbreaker is the standout technical exception. The Bowie mixes distilled style with useful features like ultralight ripstop fabric for the body, a mesh interior lining, front pockets with velcro closures for easy opening, and a ventilated back yoke to keep air flow to a maximum. Its lightweight, style forward and perfect for your next run.

Price: $168


New for fall, TRX took the kettlebell and gave it some much-needed upgrades, like a wider handle, flat-base design and a powder coat finish, all for greater maneuverability and comfort. The process of gravity casting offers more dimensional accuracy, a smoother surface and improved mechanical properties, compared to other methods of production.

Price: $24.95


Iffley Road's newest collection is as nice on the eyes as it is on a run. Made up of a selection of light layers, long sleeves, jackets and tights, the new fall releases carry on the brand's tradition of streamlined, gorgeous silhouettes made to perform. Our standout pick is the Windsor Running Tights Night Sky, which feature four-way stretch for flexibility, compression for support and a zippered back pocket for storage on the go.

Price: $136


Activewear behemoth Alo released their newest collection, Varsity Cardinal, this October. The collection brings together Alo's favorite pieces, like the Highline Hoodie, Repeat Running Jacket and 5"Adapt Running Short, in a cabernet-inspired dark red colorway. We like the Highline for its simple, soft and durable design. Get fall ready with this rich new hue.

Price: $118


Home workouts are about to get a whole lot better. Say hello to Frame, an at-home, digitally-connected Pilates reformer designed to take your workout to the next level. Modern design, superior engineering and enhanced connectivity come together in one package. Say goodbye to expensive memberships and inconvenient class times, and hello to the evolution of at-home fitness machinery.


Nothing makes or breaks a cold-weather run quite like a base layer. Ibex's new Woolies Tech Long Sleeve Crew may look simple, but don't judge a layer by its cover. Merino wool regulates temperature and wicks away moisture, while durable nylon stands up to wear and tear and provides just the right amount of stretch. Wear it running, or running errands, and keep the cold at bay.

Price: $105


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