A pair of pink running shorts look great and provide a sporty, cool vibe. They’re also a great option for those who aren’t looking to break the bank with an expensive pair of running shorts. However, you should be aware of the quality differences between inexpensive and high-end running shorts to make sure that you’re getting what you pay for.

The first thing to consider when buying a pair of running shorts is their fabric. Runners should always look for shorts with a blend of materials like polyester, elastane and spandex. This allows the sweat to wick away quickly and helps avoid chafing caused by too much friction. In addition, synthetic fabrics tend to breathe better than all-cotton fabrics and can be more resistant to fading from sun exposure.

Another important feature of a good pair of running shorts is their waistband. It should fit snugly around the hips without digging in or sliding down mid-run. Some brands have a built-in elasticated waistband while others feature an external drawcord. Both are acceptable options, but you should try on a few pairs of running shorts to find which fit best for your body type and preferred style.

Many companies sell a range of mens pink running shorts to suit different running styles and distances, so there’s bound to be a perfect pair of workout wear for every runner out there. For instance, the Nike Air Zoom Structure is a long-distance runner’s dream, with a 6-inch inseam that covers enough of the leg while providing plenty of ventilation and flexibility for strides at full speed. The fabric is also quick to dry and has antimicrobial properties for odor control.

On the other hand, a pair of mens pink running shorts from New Balance is designed to rise close to the skin but skim over the hip and thigh for maximum mobility without restricting movement. The waistband sits comfortably around the hips and has an internal drawcord for cinching that’s easy on the stomach. They use the brand’s NB DRYx premium, fast-drying technology to keep runners cool and comfortable. They also come with a zipper pocket and two drop-in side pockets that can hold a phone and a 500mL soft flask or emergency wind shell, respectively.

Alternatively, there are the lightweight and stretchy New Balance Kiprun Split Shorts. These run a bit small so they might be too big for some people but offer an aggressively short cut and a lot of mobility. They also use a wide, comfort-enhancing waistband with an internal drawcord and have two rear zip pockets and a small, zippered front pocket that’s suitable for keys. They’re made in Vietnam from partially recycled polyester and have a fair rating on the Good On You sustainability website.

The Patagonia Strider Pro offers more storage options than the Kipruns, with a zipped back pocket that can hold a mask or key and a small internal pocket for keys. They’re also made in Vietnam from partially recycled polyester and have an eyebrow raising range of eye-catching patterns and colours.

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