Sports kit is usually a bit pricey, and headphones are no different. But they don't have to be - these pairs respresent great value for money.
We've rounded up both wired and wireless models. With all our wired choices costing less than £50, you won't lose too much weight from your wallet.
Sweat-resistant, vibrantly-coloured and, most crucial of all, fun to listen to, the Relays Sport strike a very acceptable balance at the price. Ignore their tiny tendency to harden the upper frequencies and revel in their lovely articulacy instead.
Sound is punchy and nicely balanced, clearer than rivals from Monster and Sennheiser, and comes with a decent amount of bass. They're also sporty through and through - there's a 1.2m cable, a clip for connecting to your kit, a sliding clasp for cable adjustment and an in-line remote for taking calls on the go. As long as you're not too out of breath to speak.
Comfortable and secure in situ, rock-solid wireless stability and genuinely impressive sound make the Bose SoundSport Wireless the fitness fanatic's best friend. They're not the last word in battery life, but in every other respect they're an easy recommendation.