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When you’re training or racing, you want to be as comfortable as possible. That means dialing in the right shoes but also finding a pair of running shorts that feel great as soon as you slip them on.

Moisture-wicking fabrics are a must, but look for shorts that feature some stretch fabric — like spandex or elastane — as well. This will allow you to move more freely and reduce friction that can cause chafing.

If you need to carry water or snacks during your run, consider a pair with pockets. But be careful — too many pockets can bounce around and cause discomfort. Shorts with a waistband that’s wider and more ergonomic will help keep items securely in place, and 2-in-1 shorts or compression tights that have built-in mesh briefs are great for reducing the risk of chafing between your legs.

These shorts are a nod to the nostalgia of team training uniforms but they have all the technical qualities you’ll need for comfortable running and working out. They’re also available in a ton of colors so you can find one that matches your shirt.

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