Fitness Gear You've Gotta Get

1/5 Lisa Shin
1. Sony W-Series Walkman NWZ-W202 mp3 player
No more strapping on armbands and untangling knotted wires. Sony's ultra-compact mp3 player is built right into a set of earphones and packs more than 12 hours' worth of tunes. $70,

2/5 Lisa Shin
2. Injinji Performance Toesok
Don't be fooled by the perky colors and cashmere-like texture: These socks carry serious tech cred. A thin anti-friction membrane separates each toe to prevent blisters. Plus, they're made from a wicking fabric crafted out of recycled plastic bottles, so you save your feet and the planet at the same time. $14,

3/5 Lisa Shin
3. Ecco Biom
The firm-yet-cushy polymer on the bottom of this shoe lasts longer than traditional sewn-in padding and creates a thinner midsole. Translation: Your foot is closer to the ground and less prone to rolling. $195, for stores.

4/5 Lisa Shin
4. The North Face E-Race Boa
This hydration backpack is so light you'll forget you're wearing it, even though it holds 1.5 liters of water (enough to fuel a long run or ride). And with a shoulder-strap cable system to hold it steady, the only thing moving around will be you. $99,

5/5 Lisa Shin
5. Garmin FR-60
The first watch to wirelessly pick up your data from a fitness machine, the FR-60 lets you track your lap times, calories burned, and heart rate on the treadmill, stationary bike, or elliptical. Then it automatically downloads the info to your computer. $130,

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