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From the start, Everlane has been one of the rare brands where every new product that comes onto the market is eagerly awaited. Compared to other brands, there aren't really a lot of products at any given time. So you know that the greatest considerations and tests are carried out on every single part on which the name is written. This brings us to today's big launch: the $ 58 Perform Leggings.
As you know, the leggings market is very saturated, but certain styles consistently stand out from the crowd, and I think Everlane's very first performance leggings will do just that. How should i know I was one of the first to try the chic, sustainable, chemical-free one and affordable leggings.
I am not someone who wears leggings very often for lounging, but I wear them a good four times a week for training, and my demands are high. I prefer leggings that are comfortable and slim (so they need to be compressed, but not also a lot), a high waistband that doesn't crawl down, a price less than $ 100, and a fabric that's thick enough to smooth, but not so thick that it's not breathable. I am pleased to say that Everlane's gaiters have checked all these boxes for me (fittingly, Everlane describes the Perform gaiters as "a gaiter that can do it all"). Keep scrolling to find out why, see what they look like, and then shop for them yourself.
My first impression when I unpacked the leggings? They looked fairly thin and almost silky. I don't know if I would wear them for an outdoor workout in winter, but they would be perfect for indoor workouts or in warm weather. The fabric felt like butter and you can feel the sweat-wicking powers of the fabric before you even sweat in it. The leggings come in both ankle-high and regular lengths (mine are regular and I'm 5 & # 39; 4 ") and in four colors (I chose ink gray, but they're all equally wearable).
As for the size, I would not recommend reducing the size in these sizes if you are between sizes. I'm usually a real size small and this size fits me with a T in the leggings. While there was a bit of compression (which I like about training gaiters), they were very comfortable and flexible. And while you could certainly wear them for lounging, traveling instead of pants, etc. (provided they are slim, simple, and seamless). I think I will prefer to keep them for training. I feel like I need them in every color. Keep scrolling to buy every iteration with me.
Next up are six expensive outfits to wear with leggings.