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Adorable workout gear you can actually afford!

We know: exercise clothes can be totally pricey. Not anymore. We rounded up the cutest gear to sweat it out in—that totally fits your budget. Hurrah! Get ready to hit the gym and rock that resolution in an awesomely sporty outfit.

 

Patterned tanks mean your old, icky t-shirts can take a breather from your daily runs. Makes a fab base layer now or a pretty all-by-itself piece come spring.
 

Fila Sport Competition Geometric Performance Tank, $23, kohls.com

 

Don’t we all just wanna live in sweats during the winter? Yes and yes! A flared pair is classic and will keep ya warm when you dash from the car to dance practice or when you’re doing ab work.
 

Aerie Softest Sweatpants, $25, ae.com

 

OK, so these kicks aren’t exactly cheap, but they are on sale. The chunky soles mean you hit the trails in total style. Love that.
 

Nike Air Alvord 8, $52, zappos.com

 

Wicking fabrics (aka, clothes that swipe the sweat off your body) are key when you’re really workin’ hard. Plus, a fitted hoodie is perf for avoiding that too-bulky feeling under your ski jacket.
 

Women’s Moisture-Wicking Hoodies, $20, oldnavy.com

 

Calling all yoginis. A long-sleeved tee with a zen-worthy pattern keeps the chill out when you’re in savasana.
 

Sparkle Waffle Crest Long Sleeve Tee, $25, athleta.com

BY KATIE ABBONDANZA ON 1/3/2011 3:56:00 PM

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