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When you’re looking for a pair of running shorts, they need to feel comfortable and fit your body well. That’s why we love these high-waisted joggers from RIBOOM, which are made with soft fabrics that prevent chafing and stretch as you move with each stride. Plus, they’re available in a range of colors and styles, including those popularized by models like Bella Hadid and Hailey Baldwin. The length of your shorts is a matter of personal preference, but we’ve included examples at varying inseams to suit different disciplines. The longer ones, for example, are suitable for trail runners or those who want extra coverage.

We’ve also included a couple of pairs that come with inner liners, which are useful for those who prefer to run commando but still want the benefits of wicking and moisture-absorbing fabrics, as well as a smooth, soft feeling that prevents chafing. If you choose a pair with the inner liner, check the specifications to make sure that the fabric is designed for wearing without underwear – some aren’t and may have seams in uncomfortable places when stretched.

The best pair of running shorts for you will depend on your preferences, the type of workout you’re doing, and the weather where you live. Runners can use these versatile, lightweight workout pants for a variety of exercise, but especially to warm up for or cool down after a long run. They’re also perfect for a quick gym session or cross-training workout on the treadmill or bike, as they aren’t too tight or restricting in any way and offer plenty of freedom of movement, even during dynamic moves such as squats.

Some shorts are slimming, and others have a figure-hugging design that accentuates curves. Others are more loose and floaty, which can be comfortable on warmer runs, as they allow more air to flow freely around your legs.

Another thing to think about is the type of waistband you want, and whether or not you want pockets. Some have an elasticated waistband with a drawstring for a snug, comfortable fit that won’t dig in or slip down. This is ideal if you’re carrying essentials, such as keys or energy gels, during your workout.

We’ve also included a couple of options with pockets integrated into the waistband, which can be handy for small items like a phone. However, if you plan to carry your phone, we’d recommend that you choose a pair with a secure pocket in the inner lining where it’s less likely to bounce out when you’re on the go.

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