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Roundup: The Best True Wireless Earbuds for Running

You can easily see the allure of completely cable-free earphones for runners—one less thing is in the way. And especially on runs in hot weather, the absence of a neckband can be a blessing. But not all true wireless earbuds are made for running, and among the ones that are, some are better than others.

In such a young product category, it’s important to remember that although designs are improving at a rapid pace, some kinks are not ironed out. That said, there are plenty of solid options we feel comfortable recommending.

We’ll walk through the various features and factors to consider when picking a truly wireless in-ear pair for running and discuss some of our favorites here.

WITHSTANDING WATER AND SWEAT

If you’re going to wear true wireless in-ears for running or another exercise, some

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