If you're one of those ladies who live in leggings, we're spilling a secret you'll want to lean in close to catch... Walmart has a style that's giving Lululemon a run for its money. You'll want to run (or in this case, click) to catch this athletic wear at this unbelievable price. And when you really hit the pavement, you'll look adorable in these stylish leggings.
These high-waisted leggings come in a 27-inch inseam length, and a 23-inch variety if you prefer cropped style or are petite.
"The fabric is out of this world comfy and by far, can totally compete with my Lulu's- minus the outrageous price tag!" raves a fan. We're listening. "Amazing surprise," advised another. "Their quality and sturdy fabric have now earned my ongoing business. Totally took me by surprise. No more Nike that cost 4x more."
This "buttery soft" fabric is made of nylon and spandex, for that perfect stretch. The weave is designed to be moisture-wicking, plus it's fitted with antimicrobial lining — all must-haves for your workout.
The V-back design works with the contours of your body, so it hugs in all the right places and won't slip during your downward dog. Available in two lengths so you get the right fit and there are no seams or tags, so it's comfortable from the minute you put them on until the end of the day. Plus, it has a secret inner pocket for that locker or car key.
Did you see the cute patterns? I'm loving the camo and the snakeskin, but you'll want to stock up on the basic black too. Sizes run from XS to 2XL and on Walmart's site you can choose your model, so you can see just how they'll look on a bod just like yours — pretty sweet.
Best of all, they're only 20 bucks! I think we've clearly established that other brands can be five times the price for a similar pair. With a price like that and reviews like, "These are the best leggings I've ever purchased!" and "Super soft with medium compression. Very comfortable and flattering," it's no wonder these are so popular.
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