In cold weather layer clothing to maintain your core temperature when exercising outdoors. Start with a lightweight base layer, then add an insulating mid layer, and a waterresistant outer layer. No matter which activity you’re participating in, your layers need to be versatile and efficient.
• More advanced apparel, such as items constructed with antibacterial fabrics that wick away moisture, or workout wear that regulates body temperature, is also available.
• Look for tank tops that are made of breathable and flexible fabrics.
• Shorts with a jersey like feel are a good choice for less aerobic activities.
• Speciality socks tend to be more expensive: you’re paying for greater durability and the extra protection and support your feet appreciate when, for example, you’re hiking. Socks with an acrylic blend within the fabric will wick away sweat and keep your feet dry. Avoid cotton socks for working out. They wick poorly and offer no support.
• It’s a good idea to wear synthetics in summer to keep dry.