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Logan Turner
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Where Can I Buy Good Yoga Pants

What you may think of as traditional yoga pants (or flared leggings, thanks to TikTok) may be a pair of slim, stretchy, flared pants. But, in truth, yoga pants come in a myriad of styles. There are leggings, which hug your legs to the ankle, and flared iterations. There are neutral hues, bright colors, and even wacky prints. And, while spandex may be a familiar material, cotton with a slight stretch can be a worthy choice for working out too.

where can i buy good yoga pants


These pants may be made for yoga, but they can be worn for just about any activity you want to do, because they are ultra-soft and ultra-adorable. But if you don't believe me, check out the review below.

Rave review: "These pants are so incredibly comfortable. I've been wearing Lulu's for 20+ years and have never had a more comfortable pair of pants. The cut is really cute and makes the bootie pop which is quite a bonus for us 56-year-olds!!!"

Whether you're running after a cab, or simply going for a run after yoga (we don't judge), these leggings are stretchy and supportive, designed to minimize chafing and rubbing. They're great for the person who loves yoga just as much as all their daily run.

Ever wonder what pair of leggings will literally move when you do whether you are doing a bootcamp class, hiking, or yoga? The secret is the nylon/spandex fabric, and Yogacraft's leggings are the perfect combo to really move with you, no matter how hard you plan on squatting. New mothers especially love this option.

Rave Review: "Wow. These leggings are super buttery and soft, but at the same time, hold everything that you need in place. Coming from four months postpartum, I was a little skeptical of how these leggings were going to fit on me, but to be honest, they are very comfortable and they hold everything in place where it needs to be."

Expecting mamas love these capri yoga leggings, which have a great stretch, support, and comfortable fit. The waist doesn't dig in and they stay put. (BTW, if you're on the shorter side, they might be a little longer than capri-length.)

These squat-proof AF yoga leggings are beloved by reviewers of many body types. With regular and plus sizes, they're comfy, flexible, durable, and not see-through at all! I'd say that checks off every required box for me.

Rave Review: "Ladies, I've tried all kinds of leggings and most are an epic fail due my thick thighs and thin material, but these are by far the BEST. For the great quality, the price is very reasonable, not see-through, veryyyy comfortable, and if you have any dimples going on, THEY DON'T SHOW, not even in the sun where material becomes the most vulnerable and shows it all. I'm normally a size 10 and purchased a medium. They fit me nicely and the pockets (one on each side) are perfect for my debit card, cash or phone when I'm at the gym. These leggings support me all over, even my pouch (it's not invisible, of course, but definitely helps in the tummy area). About to buy me some more, two thumbs up!!"

These IUGA yoga leggings are incredible because they don't slip down as you walk around, don't chafe, and are super high-quality. They're pretty comfy too, and give less compression, which one reviewer adores.

Rave Review: "These pants slipped on like BUTTER! I loved the fit and feel of them as soon as I put them on. I rarely write reviews but I felt the public needed to know how AMAZING they are. I am currently three months postpartum and I am struggling with my baby pooch. These do a great job of smoothing that area down without being uncomfortable. I love them so far and will probably buy more."

A five-foot girl such as myself is dedicated to buying 7/8-length yoga leggings as they always hit just above my ankles and fit perfectly. The other reviewers seem to agree, wearing these pants for working out and chilling out at home. Another plus is the firm fit.

These yoga leggings are a repeat buy for many reviewers online. Not only are the pockets roomy, but the material is super comfy and high-quality overall. Aaand they last for literal years, one person wrote.

If you can't fathom spending close to $100 on high-quality workout leggings, this pair is just a quarter of the cost yet testers say they're similar to pricier brands. Colorfulkoala's yoga leggings feature a buttery soft fabric that aced Lab evaluations for stretch recovery and washability. They also received the highest overall tester score with one tester saying this pair is "extremely comfortable and so soft" and "easy to move in." GH analysts did find the material to be less durable, forming pills in Lab evaluations.

At less than $30 a pair, this style from AFITNE has excellent value without sacrificing style or performance. One GH editor swears by these yoga pants, saying they're "buttery smooth" and that "the flattering fit makes them perfect for lounging but also sneaking into real outfits." They're available in over a dozen colors in full length or capri length.

Available up to a size 6XL, these top-tested leggings from Girlfriend Collective were popular among testers of all body types. The soft FLOAT fabric is thinner than the brand's compressive leggings for a more comfortable feel during your yoga practice. Testers shared that this pair was "so comfy, fit well, looked good on and stayed put." GH analysts and testers did notice some loose threads on this style upon opening and the fabric experienced slight pilling in Lab evaluations.

Whether heading to yoga, barre or pilates, a pair of compressive leggings is a great choice to support your muscles. Testers were impressed with these Athleta leggings for their "extremely flattering" fit that's still "supportive while being comfortable." We didn't notice any changes in appearance after our wash test with only slight shrinkage, but we found that they did not completely return to their original shape in our stretch recovery testing. The fabric easily wicked away moisture in our Lab evaluations and proved to be pill resistant.

"I can't stop wearing these super flattering yoga pants," said one GH analyst who swears she wears these Alo Yoga pants every weekend. Easy to style up or down, these yoga pants double as a fashion statement, too. The thick material is fully opaque (even during squats) with a wide waistband that stays put during movement. They're only available in one length which may be a bit short if you're taller (32.25" for XXS-S and 32.75" for M-XL).

Lounge in style with these Lululemon flare yoga pants. Available in 13 colors, this pair is made with the brand's buttery soft Nulu fabric that testers loved. They have a 32.5-inch inseam and flare out from the knee to the hem. There's a small waistband pocket to hold cards, keys or a cell phone when on the go. We did note some pilling in our Lab evaluations of the fabric.

Lexie Sachs (she/her) is the executive director of the Textiles, Paper and Apparel Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she researches, tests and reports on fabric-based products ranging from sheets, mattresses and towels to bras, fitness apparel and other clothing. She also evaluates luggage, rain gear, disposable paper goods and baby products. Lexie has more than 15 years of experience in the textiles industry and a degree in fiber science from Cornell University. Prior to joining GH in 2013, she worked in merchandising and product development in the fashion and home industries.

Emma Seymour (she/her) is a senior product analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute's Textiles, Paper and Apparel Lab, where she has led testing for luggage, pillows, towels, tampons and more since 2018. She graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor of science in fiber science and apparel design and a minor in gerontology, completing research in the Body Scanner Lab on optimizing activewear for athletic performance.

These pants are basically a cross between joggers and leggings, with a slightly snug fit in the waist and hips and a slimmer silhouette in the legs compared to other joggers. This makes them pretty great for yoga: You get a good amount of stretch and some extra room where you want it most. The sweat-wicking fabric dries fast, so you can feel confident rocking them in high-intensity classes, like power yoga.

Those who practice yoga know that yoga leggings can make a world of a difference during your flow. Of course your yoga pants will never make or break your practice, but it can certainly help or hinder your focus, comfort and motivation.

Additionally, the pants tend to slide down with movement, especially with anything of substantial weight in the pockets. While these leggings are a decent option for the gym and a top pick for runners, we are hesitant to endorse them as a result of their inconsistencies. Read our full review to make an informed purchase.

These yoga pants are very highly rated on Amazon, but a few issues quickly rose to the top of customer reviews. Leggings this soft are always going to have some issues with pilling, and these are no exception. Several reviews also complain of sliding down during exercise and showing sweat.

While these are made with performance in mind, many reviews claim the waistband tends to slide down with activity, even when sizing down. Given this information, these might be better suited for gym-centric workouts as opposed to long distance running or a fast, flowing yoga.

The Salutation yoga pants come in several inseam options for tall and petite women, as well as sizing from XXS to 3XL. These leggings are great for tummy control and cellulite coverage, and the thick compressive waistband is sure to keep them in place on even your toughest workouts.

Beyond Yoga is one of the more reputable yoga brands, trusted by yogis and instructors alike. Their signature spacedye material is one of the highest quality materials out there, albeit one of the warmer ones. The leggings feature a four way stretch, medium compression and a couple thigh pockets deep enough to swallow the largest smartphone you can find. 041b061a72

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