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We've arrived at that strange time of year where some days are sweltering and others are quite cool. It makes getting dressed an interesting experience, especially when you're headed out for a run or to the gym. So if you're looking to upgrade your closet right now with some new activewear but want items that can work for multiple seasons, we've got your back — and so does Lululemon.
Lululemon offers lots of great running gear, from editor-approved running shoes to super soft leggings to comfy long-sleeve T-shirts. And you can score some amazing finds on items like these right now at Lululemon if you venture into the "We Made Too Much" section.
In the "We Made Too Much" section right now, you'll find hundreds of running gear items marked down for men and women. But if you don't have time to go through all of those, you can shop some of our favorite finds from Lululemon's secret overstock section below.
UV Protection Running Long-Sleeve Shirt
For those chilly yet sunny runs this fall, you'll want to reach for this shirt. Not only does it have long sleeves with thumbholes, but it's also outfitted with UPF 40+ protection to help defend against UV rays. Right now, you can get this shirt in black in sizes 0-14 (though a couple of sizes are already sold out). Plus, this shirt is currently available for under $55.
Metal Vent Tech Midweight Half-Zip
Available in three cool colors and in sizes XS-XXL, this half-zip is a must-have in your activewear wardrobe this fall. While you can wear it to warm up, this half-zip was crafted so you can run in it, too.
It's breathable, stretchy, and built to help keep your skin from getting irritated when you run, thanks to Lululemon's seamless construction. Not to mention, you can get all three colors for under $70 right now.
Blissfeel 2 Women's Running Shoe
Need a new pair of running shoes for under $100? Give the Blissfeel 2 a try. Test Editor Amanda Furrer tried these out for herself and noted how supportive they are and how well-suited they are for both daily and recovery runs. "The Blissfeel 2 is a neutral shoe that’s ideal for recovery days or for runners who want more support and firmer cushioning," she wrote in her review. Our editors also listed these as the best daily trainers for women.
You can choose from three different colorways, all for under $100 (or even under $75, if you opt for the Solar Orange colorway) right now.
Surge Warm Tight 29-Inch
Now that we're well into September, it's going to get cold again soon. And when it does, you'll want to be prepared with these running tights to keep you from getting too chilly while you're training.
These tights come in two different colors — navy and white — and have reflective details and plenty of pockets. They're versatile since you can rock shorts over them when you run, you can throw joggers on over them when you're heading to the gym, or you can work out in them as is. Some reviewers found that these tights run small, though, so you might consider going up a size or two.
Enlite Front-Zip High Support Bra
When was the last time you upgraded your sports bra? If it's been a minute, then now is a good time to add this one to cart, especially since it's currently under $80. It's available in three colors, has cross-back details for a more secure fit and support, and zips up in the front so you don't have to squeeze it on over your head.
Many reviewers like this bra for how comfortable and supportive it feels. Plus, like much of Lululemon's training gear, it does away with sweat quickly to help keep you comfortable during your runs.
Surge Warm Long-Sleeve Crew
Available in two colors for less than $55, this long-sleeved shirt is a serious score for your fall and winter runs. Multiple reviewers noted that this shirt is soft, comfy, and works nicely for layering.
This shirt also has thumbholes and wicks sweat away fast, so it won't bog you down while you're training.
Swift Speed High-Rise Tight, 28-Inch
Lululemon is known for its buttery soft leggings, so if you’re going to pick up one thing from the "We Made Too Much" section, let it be a new pair of leggings. These leggings in particular are going for as low as $49 and come in 12 different colorways.
They’re stretchy, high-waisted, and feature reflective detailing as well as back and side pockets. A few reviewers also remarked that they appreciate how the waist of these leggings stays put during their workouts.
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