running shorts pockets womens

When shopping for running shorts, pockets can make all the difference. The more storage space available, the less likely you are to need a hydration pack for runs lasting longer than an hour. Plus, a good waist pocket eliminates the need for a cumbersome belt that rides up your torso. We’ve tested a variety of women’s running shorts with pockets, and the best models stand up to everyday wear and tear in addition to rigorous workouts and long distance runs.

Whether you’re looking for something simple or loaded with features, we’ve got a pair of running shorts pockets womens to suit your style. Check out our updated top picks below to find a pair that’s right for you.

Girlfriend Collective is well known for its activewear, and these running shorts are no exception. The high-waisted fabric is tight enough to stay put without clinging, but comfortable enough for a run of an hour or more. The built-in brief offers modest coverage, and the stretchy, quick-drying material is lightweight enough for long miles on the trails. The waistband has a drawcord to adjust the fit, and there’s a small key pocket to stash in your shoe so you don’t forget it on your run. The shorts come in a wide range of sizes, colors and patterns, so you can match them with your favorite sneakers.

Blooming Jelly is one of the best-selling running brands on Amazon, and these running shorts live up to the hype. The built-in liner is made of a soft, stretchy material and has a zipper pocket large enough for a phone, keys and cards (although it may jostle around while you run). The main shorts are made from a stretchy, quick-drying nylon-spandex that holds its shape no matter how fast you move. The high elastic waistband is comfy and secure on the hips, and there’s a drawcord to adjust for the perfect fit.

These running shorts are among the most durable in our testing, and they’re priced to appeal to many runners. The light, soft polyester and elastane fabric has just enough compression to support your muscles while letting you breathe. The 10.2-inch inseam is great for most runners, and the side and back zipper pockets are big enough to hold a water bottle and energy gels.

The taped hems on these running shorts prevent chafing, and the angled zippered pocket in the rear of the waistband is designed to be worn either way. The shorts are lightweight and breathable, and they have reflective details for better visibility in low-light conditions. The drawcord on the waistband is thin, so it doesn’t dig into your belly, and the shorts have a relaxed fit that feels like you’re wearing pants.

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