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September's New Fitness Gear Leaves No Stone Unturned

Fall into healthier living with this month's latest releases.

collage of a shoe, man biking, and a woman using stair climber fitness equipment

Cue the Earth, Wind & Fire.

September's a great month in its own right, with the changing leaves, return of football and what have you. As fall takes its hold on everything from our wardrobes to our food and drink orders, however, there's still plenty of fitness-related buzz swirling around to help you maintain an active autumn.

Want to reinvigorate your fall running attire? Looking to get a few more rounds in on the golf course? Transitioning your workouts from outdoors to indoors? September's latest fitness arrivals answer all these questions and more, helping you put some sweat into sweater weather.


clmbr 02

Ascend to new heights with this reimagined home fitness machine. With sturdier foot pedals, adjustable handles and a reworked Gearbox for more intense training, this latest vertical climber has what you need for a well-rounded, full-body workout regimen.

While units won’t begin shipping until December, the CLMBR 02 should still be on your radar as the changing weather pushes us all indoors. Maybe something for the holiday wishlist?

Price: $2,295–$2,695


Adidas 4DFWD 2

adidas 4dfwd 2

Fall in itself is a time of change. Changing temperatures, changing landscapes, and thanks to Adidas, a change to the way we run. The all-new 4DFWD 2 is designed to transform your energy into non-stop, smooth-flowing forward motion, instead of the normal vertical compression and energy transfer you experience in every step. Highlighted by an industry-first, 3D-printed, bowtie-shaped lattice midsole, these innovative sneakers have us more than curious as to whether we’re witnessing the next running revolution, or just a new fall fashion statement.

Regardless of its impact on the running world, this all-new silhouette has plenty going for it in a comfortable PRIMEKNIT+ and engineered mesh upper, as well as the always-trustworthy Continental rubber outsole.

Price: $200


Ciele Athletics Elite Collection

ciele athletics elite collection

Ciele is well-known for its collection of impressive running hats, but did you know the brand makes some damn fine running apparel, too? Ciele’s latest drop, dubbed the Elite collection, boasts plenty of tops and bottoms that are sure to bring some premium performance to your September running.

We especially admire the Elite collection’s lineup of FLRJackets, like the Cab colorway pictured above, that feature a lightweight, waterproof, breathable construction primed for fall miles. It’s only a matter of time before the weather forces our jogs inside, so why not capitalize on the remaining good days with an added dash of elite style?

Price: $60–$400


Parietti Series/1

man wearing a parietti series 1 biking jersey

Cycling is another way to get those cardio workouts in while enjoying the fall atmosphere — and what’s left of the reasonable temperatures. Straight from Mallorca, the Mecca of European cycling, Parietti has unveiled its Series/1 jerseys and socks driving toward a better global future and freer, more joyful attitude about the sport while still honoring the its heritage.

Each piece, like the Set Yourself Free Jersey above, is sustainably and ethically manufactured with a super soft, relaxed fit for enjoyable rides ahead.

Price: $20–$163


Gymreapers Camo Collection

gymreapers camo weightlifting belt

For a large part of the country, September also brings the start of hunting season, and what’s the go-to pattern for hunters? Camouflage of course. Now, you’re probably not chasing down a 10-point buck in the gym, but this all-new collection from Gymreapers will certainly get you in that hunting spirit.

With multiple colored camo prints to choose from, you can track down your next PR with the help of their impressive lever belts, take aim at a workout with their training shorts or harvest a slew of strength training achievements with their available strength kits. This is one camo pattern where we don’t mind if you stand out in the field — we actually encourage it.

Price: $45–$205


Everlywell Multivitamin Gummy

everlywell multivitamin gummy

As the weather begins to change, you'll want your body to be ready to fend off flu season and other hazards. Known for at-home tests covering food allergies, food sensitivity and more, Everlywell now offers an all-new Multivitamin Gummy.

This daily supplement includes hearty doses of vitamin A, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, biotin, folate and more. Each bottle contains 60 easy-to-take gummies to help you improve your immune functions, round out your diet and bolster your overall wellness.

Price: $25


Ten Thousand Recover Short

ten thousand recover short

While there are plenty of new releases targeting an active lifestyle, it’s also nice to kick back as fall rolls in. Ten Thousand — makers of some of our favorite workout apparel — has unveiled the all-new Recover Short, helping you relax while watching your favorite teams kick off on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.

Ultra-comfortable, double-knit fabric cloaks your thighs in plush coziness, perfect for post-workout sessions. Plus, the permanently stink-free build keeps these puppies fresh — no need to add to that pile of laundry you forgot to wash, at least for a few wears.

Price: $68


Callaway Apex 21 Black Irons

callaway apex 21 black irons

Want to get a good workout in while still cashing in on that crisp, fall air? Schedule a round of golf, and hit the links with these all-new irons from Callaway. These are the first Apex irons to feature a Tungsten Energy Core for exceptional launch and improved forgiveness when you (unavoidably) mishit a ball. The A.I.-designed Flash Face Cup also promotes better ball speeds and spin robustness across the face.

These all-new irons could be the perfect way to cap off your golf season, and look good doing it. If anything, at least you’ll have a new excuse to schedule a tee time instead of hitting up the apple orchard — handicaps over harvest time.

Price: $215–$1,505


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