Lifestyle Outdoor workout clothes, products that protect you from the sun By Meredith Deliso email@example.com Updated June 8, 2016 12:02 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Feel the burn — but not sunburn — while working out outdoors this summer. In addition to lip balm and sunscreen (the higher the SPF the better), protect your skin with these sun-protective products. Under Armour Sunblock 50 Photo Credit: Under Armour Sport long sleeves even in summer with this barely-there top, which also features anti-microbial tech and UPF 50+ protection. $49.99; underarmour.com Lululemon water bound hoodie Photo Credit: Lululemon This stylish hoodie has a UPF of 50+ for sun protection and sweat-wicking fabric to help keep you dry. $98; lululemon.com The North Face Better Than Naked jacket Photo Credit: The North Face This ultra-lightweight nylon jacket helps keep you cool, with ventilation on the back and sleeves and breathable woven underarms. $120 (also in men's); thenorthface.com Lands’ End swim tee rash guard Photo Credit: Lands’ End The rash guard is a summer necessity for days at the beach or pool -- and is even handy on a hike. This tee, which provides UPF 50 protection, is designed to wear over a swimsuit top and won't weigh you down in or out of the water. $39; landsend.com Athleta Pacifica UPF tee Photo Credit: Athleta For a fitted look that's not uncomfortably tight, this moisture-wicking tee does the trick -- with UPF 50+ fabric, too. $49; athleta.gap.com Patagonia Barley Baggies shorts Photo Credit: Patagonia These water-repellant, low-rise shorts offer 40-UPF protection in a fun print. $49 (also in men's); patagonia.com Sweaty Betty Isolate printed capris Photo Credit: Sweaty Betty You'll be comfortable even on hot days during your hardest workout thanks to a lightweight, breathable fabric -- in a summery, tropical print to boot. $95; sweatybetty.com Sunski Foxtails sunglasses Photo Credit: Sunski Don't forget about your eyes! Sport these polarized lenses, made with durable and lightweight polycarbonate frames, at the beach, park or on the street. $58; sunskis.com Brooks Running Fly-By running hat Photo Credit: Brooks Running Keep your head protected -- but also cool -- with this running hat, which is made with a moisture-wicking fabric and interior headband. $30; brooksrunning.com By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.