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Urban Outfitters' New Collection Will Make You Want To Go To The Gym

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    The basic, black capri is a heavy hitter in our gymwear rotation. And, while there’s nothing wrong with a little sweat-hiding color camouflage, sometimes we need an outfit with a little more oomph to get us off the couch and into the studio.

    That's why we’re digging the carefree vibe of the new activewear collection from Without Walls, Urban Outfitters’ fitness brand. The pieces remind us of summer camp, with bold tribal prints, poppy neon, and of course, a color-war-worthy tie-dye tank.

    The “Run Free” line is performance-driven, featuring moisture-wicking fabric and strategic mesh panels to boost ventilation during the transitional season. The shorts, capris, leggings, and tops are stylish enough to be worn outside the gym, and are ideal for layering when the chilly weather starts to settle in. And, almost every piece is below the $60 mark, so you won’t destroy your budget by back-to-fitness-school shopping. Click through to see the pieces — and get ready to send those basic, black bottoms to the bench.

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