Thermal Leggings from ADAY Review

Can we have too many pairs of leggings? I do not think so. Leggings satisfy a lot that other pants can’t, especially when working from . They can serve as a bridge between work clothes and lounge wear, or as layers under your clothes in the cold, or even as a perfect workout companion. After trying on ADAY’s layered leggings, I can say these do all of these things and more.

What is unique about these leggings is that on the outside they look like your regular workout gear, they have secrets. Unlike my other favorite thermal leggings, the HEATTECH ones from Uniqlo, they look and feel slick and stretchy and are chunky enough to wear on their own, rather than layering. The thick fabric and the high waist make them my perfect replacements when I just can’t make real pants (which is quite often these days). They fought for themselves on a cold, windy, snowy day and kept my legs toasty warm. But it’s really the little things that make these leggings one of my favorites. They have a taped seam compression belt that fits my stomach and hips perfectly with no red markings, they have a perfectly sized hip cell phone pocket and these are just soft, substantial leggings.

I wore them alone with an oversized sweatshirt but also under jeans for the cold weather that invades York. These are the kind of leggings that ’t stretch or squeeze if you wear them all day. If there was any sign of getting a pair of leggings you’ll want to keep after , this is it.

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