8 Best gym leggings under £50
Leggings can be an expensive business… and when we live, eat and sleep in the things, we could do with a wardrobe full, ideally ones that don’t break the bank. Look no further. We’ve rounded up the best leggings under £50 from leading brands from Nike to lululemon…
Lululemon Wunder Under
Sweaty Betty Cropped
These contour capri workout leggings from Sweaty Betty come in fluro flash pink (coral) or black. They’re super soft, lightweight, versatile and sweat-wicking. Wear for every workout from Pilates to HIIT.
Lorna Jane Booty Ankle Biter
These tights in olive green are made to support you in all the right areas. Giving you definition through the core and derrière utilising the brand’s ‘Active Core Stability technology designed to lift and flatter. It even has phone pockets for convenience and entertainment during cardio.
These Nike Pro leggings take breathable comfort to a whole new level with mesh panels and stretchy, sweat-wicking fabric. An ideal layer for high-intensity training, their form-fitting silhouette provides a supportive feel from hip to hem.
Puma Training graphic leggings
These high rise leggings with a deep stretchy waistband have flat seams that feel smooth against skin. The bodycon fit means a tight cut to the body and the contrast panels are a great style statement.
Adidas Training alphaskin
The adidas Training alphaskin leggings have a high-rise, elasticated waistband, a 3-stripe design and close-cut bodycon fit. The smooth stretch fabric is moisture-absorbing and quick drying to keep you comfortable during your workout.
Whether you’re running, raving or training, ASOS 4505 has the very best performance kit, designed to keep you cool and reflect the most stylish trends. These high waisted colour block leggings are both playful and comfortable thanks to a high rise, elasticated waistband.
Reebok Training Leggings
These Reebok Training leggings in black with contrast side panel are made with a soft, stretchy fabric and recycled polyester. Plastic bottles and textile waste are processed into plastic chips and melted into new fibres. This saves water and energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, too!
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