Why reflective activewear is trending…indoors

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As the weather turns chilly, you might be more likely to skip your outdoor run in favor of a black light-filled, Justin Bieber-bumping studio. But leave your workout basics at home—this season’s new reflective-accented activewear brings an extra dose of energy to that dimly lit studio sesh and turns you into a blur of whizzing, bad-ass Day-Glo motion.

Unlike the safety-minded reflective details you’ve seen over and over again on cold weather-friendly pieces (think luminescent logos or zipper pulls that place an emphasis on function over fashion), this glow-in-the-dark trend is not meant to be worn out. Rather, it’s all about making your mark indoors on the girl grapevining next to you or riding the bike behind yours. Think subtle patterns under normal lighting that come alive—and leave a serious impression—in a club-like boutique fitness setting.

Just imagine the light show you’ll be giving off in your next SoulCycle session, and—bonus!—they’ll keep you in plain view as you head home après class.

Scroll down to see the reflective activewear that’s meant to glow in—and out—of the studio.

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Brooks Running Drift Shell, $175

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Asics Lite-Show Capri, $68

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Under Armour Downtown Women’s Reflective Graphic Modal Crew, $49

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Alo Airbrush Legging Glow in the Dark, $88

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Athleta Reflective Floral Triple Dare Bra, $45

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Adidas By Stella McCartney Adizero Adios Sneaker, $240

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Under Armour Studio Luxe Hi-Rise Luminous, $89.99

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