Cotton/elastane blend hugs the skin for a flattering fit. Waist is cut in such a way that it won't create a muffin top. Inseam is on the longer side with tighter cuffs for a near-custom fit. Simple and versatile, they're ideal for athleisure wear or low-impact training.
Occasional construction issues with holes around the seams or crotch area after a couple of wears.
Mid-rise waistband is on the thicker side for a comfortable fit. Won't roll or ride down. Legs have ample room, even if you have thicker thighs or calves. Wearers like that the classic stripes are visible, and that the Adidas logo is more subdued toward the hip.
Many consumers say the leggings are thin and don't pass the squat test.
Panels are designed to support muscles to reduce fatigue during training. Made with wick-away material and mesh gusset panel to keep you cool. Leggings have a semi-stain finish, which complements curves and gives this pair a high-end appearance.
Material isn't sheer, but it's definitely on the thinner side, which surprised many wearers.
Forgiving silhouette that flattens the tummy without feeling restrictive. Has all-way stretch, which makes this pair an ideal pick for training. Made with Aero Ready wick-away technology to evaporate moisture and keep you cool. Has a 7/8 cut just above the ankles.
Adidas loyalists who purchased earlier iterations of these leggings say the newer material isn't as good.
Leggings are a contemporary spin on the classic 3/4 design. Mid-rise cut with a flexible waistband for comfortable, everyday training. While they're not compressive, they hug the body in all the right places. With a 3/4 cut, they're a popular choice for outdoor warm weather training.
Logo wears away after a couple of washes, even when wearers followed care instructions.
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