Must Have Winter Athleisure: Crossfit Pullover

One of the best aspects of working out nowadays is the quality of trendy, stylish and, comfortable athleisure available for women. With the stylish and comfy workout gear, you can easily transition from gym to a casual lunch with your friends. The technology used in athleisure today ensures that you can wear your gym tight and crossfit pullover throughout the day without having to worry about body odor or stains.

With the variety of options available today, you can choose from the best workout gear that suits your body. Be it a mesh top, tiger tights, bright read shorts or a slick crossfit pullover, the technology and design of these outfits will make you feel light, comfortable and relaxed all day long.

With the fall coming, you will need outfits that will not only protect you from the cold outside but will also wick away any moisture from your body during your workout routine. 

Here is a list of 3 best crossfit pullovers for fall / winter 2018.

The 3 Best Crossfit Pullovers


The Mock-Neck 1/4-Zip Plus-Size Performance Pullover is a lightweight semi-fitted breathable jersey that you can wear to the gym and beyond. It features long raglan sleeves with thumb-hole and a standing mock-neck collar. The Go-Dry moisture-wicking technology keeps you dry and comfortable throughout the day.


The Funnel-Neck Plus-Size Performance Pullover comes with adjustable drawstrings and long-sleeves with thumbhole. This breathable and soft sweater-knit pullover is best for workouts and even for an outing with friends. It also features the Go-Dry moisture-wicking technology that helps you keep cool and comfy.


The 1/4-Zip Performance Pullover For Women features mock-neck with zipper from chest to chin. It has long raglan sleeves with thumbholes and flat-lock seams that helps prevent chafing. The superior moisture-wicking technology help you keep dry and comfortable.

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