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5 ways to sport pink in your workout gear

It's October and while that may flash images of crimson foliage and orange pumpkins, we're warming up to a different red tint: pink. We heart this girly color year-round, but this month is all about raising awareness for breast cancer. Taking a nod from pink ribbon featured on NFL jerseys, we rounded up the most pink-tastic sports gear.

It's like wearing a pink ribbon in your hair, only this headband's silicone strip prevents slippage and keeps flyaways flat. Perfect!

UA Mini Headband, $10,

For those of you with a family member affected by breast cancer, wear this inspirational tee on the day of Race for the Cure to keep you going strong for all 3.1 miles.


Women's PIP I Run For Graphic T-Shirt, $25,

No need to score new sneaks just to have some pinked up kicks. Tie in ribbon-inspired laces to add a li'l pep in your stride.

Pink Ribbon Shoe Laces – Pink Ribbon, $4,

Don't feel like going head-to-toe a in rosey hue? Opt for a sweet trim of fuchsia instead.

Nike Two-in-One Temp Track Women's Running Shorts, $24,

Even if you're not working up a sweat training for a race, a water bottle's the perf way to think pink on the reg.

Thermos Intak Breast Cancer Awareness 26-Ounce Hydration Bottle, $13,

BY KARMEN FOX ON 10/1/2011 7:00:00 AM

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