When looking for the best types of leggings to find your zen in, you probably prefer a thicker, looser fit and material that offers flexibility. Other great features that might help you level up your yoga practice include full-coverage support, moisture-wicking properties, an anti-chafing fit and UPF protection (for when you’re practicing your sun salutations in nicer weather).
If you're in the market for clothing to help you tap into your inner yogi (or to just keep you comfy while bingeing your new-favorite show), Shop TODAY has you covered. We rounded up some customer-loved pairs with rave reviews to help you flow in style.
Top-rated yoga pants for women, according to reviewers
With over 33,000 verified five-star ratings on Amazon, these yoga pants from Colorfulkoala are super comfy, include side pockets to stash your goodies and come in 34 (yes, 34) different colors.
Another highly rated pick on Amazon, these ankle-length leggings feature Power Flex fabric, which is thick, durable and long lasting. Other notable features include a tummy-control waistband, slimming silhouette and four-way stretch.
With more than 19,000 verified five-star Amazon ratings and counting, these leggings from Ododos come in dozens of colors and feature large side pockets. One Amazon user said, “I love the waistband and design of these leggings, and the pockets are just simply amazing and convenient.”
If you’re not into the style of super-tight-fitting yoga pants, consider trying these wide-leg bottoms from Old Navy. They're great for practicing yoga, running errands or just lounging around (because what else would we do in clothing described to have "OMG-softness"?).
Another option for loose-fitting yoga pants are these casual loungers from ZJCT. They come in 24 colors, are made with polyester and spandex and are designed to create more free flow movement while practicing.
What’s cool about these leggings is that you can essentially build your own perfect pair of yoga pants in your preferred style. Choose between three waistband designs, three length options and two shades — black or dark heather grey.
Plus-size queens, these leggings are for you. The form-fitting and flattering bottoms come in three sizes and feature antimicrobial technology that inhibits odor-causing bacteria.
For the eco-conscious lady who loves her leggings, this pair from Boody features viscose made from bamboo, nylon and spandex. It's also breathable, odor-resistant, thermo-regulating and moisture-wicking for ultra comfort throughout your daily yoga practice.
One of the most popular yoga pants on the market, this pick from Lululemon seems to never disappoint. According to reviewers, they feel buttery soft and are a great investment.
Available in a range of colors and sizes, these leggings from Athleta also boast wicking technology, quick-dry material and super-breathable fabric. And an added bonus: They are rated UPF 50+.
Another great option for those looking for plus-size fits, these leggings from Beyond Yoga come in multiple colors, are buttery soft and feature UV protection.
Fair warning: Put these joggers on and you might think that you forgot to wear pants during your next yoga session. Yes, they are that soft and comfy.
Invest in the best with these highly rated yoga leggings from Alo Yoga. They help to lift and sculpt your booty while featuring the brand's signature micro-performance, double-knit Airlift fabric.
Another fan favorite from Alo Yoga, these high-waisted moto leggings not only feel super comfy, but also look incredibly cool. They make it easy to head straight to dinner after your evening yoga class.
Who doesn’t love a good graphic moment on their yoga pants? These bottoms feature a super-fun design and bum-sculpting material, which will definitely have everyone asking where you got them at your next Zoom yoga session.
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This article was originally published on Jan. 19, 2021.