The Best Go-Anywhere Gym Gear of 2017
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Lululemon Reversible (Un)mat ($48)
Thin, durable, and sticky, this pad was made for commuters and travelers who want to get yogic without lugging around a foam bazooka.
Brazyn Morph Collapsible Roller ($68)
A full-size foam roller that folds down to the size of a textbook—impossible? Nope. And at a scant 1.6 pounds, the Morph can still support 350 pounds when expanded into its circular shape.
Metolius Portable Power Grips Holds ($23)
These wooden holds come with slings that can be tied around any sturdy horizontal surface, so you can crank out pull-ups just about anywhere.
RYU Quick Pack Lux 1.1 ($185)
This sleek 22-liter bag has a burly drop front that folds outward for easy, locker-like access. Mesh pockets inside are tailored for water bottles, and the wax-treated body sheds precipitation.
Crossrope Starter Set Jump Rope ($69)
A classic tool updated for fitness buffs. This set comes with two cables—one is thinner, for agility workouts, and the other (shown) is beefier, for conditioning. Together they weigh two pounds.
Smartwool PhD Ultra Light Short-Sleeve Shirt ($70)
With a breathable mesh panel on the back that wicks moisture, this formfitting, featherweight tee stays cool during sweaty workouts.
Hanah One Go-Pack Gels ($49 for 12)
Stash a couple of these superfood-loaded packets in your bag and you don’t have to worry about a post-workout smoothie. Honey harvested in India lends just enough sweetness.
Saxx Kinetic Run Shorts ($75)
Male runners, rejoice: Saxx’s patented Ballpark Pouch—which is exactly what it sounds like—is sewn into a breathable liner to prevent chafing and add support. These stretchy, low-key shorts are technically designed for running, but we wore them everywhere.