Outdoor Voices: Dipped Warmup Legging

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1_d08378c7-653d-42dc-9a25-4eefe8310afb_1024x1024We’re big fans of Outdoor Voices here at TheLoDown. Not only is the Soho store right around the corner, but we love their color blocking, cozy fabrics, and understated style.
Today In Review we’ve decided to give their Dipped Warmup Legging a test run based on four important factors: style, quality, affordability, and how well they soak up sweat.  We took them out for a test jog along the West Side Highway as we sped down towards the Brookfield Place Equinox for a Sweat with Kayla “Resistance” work-out.
Running in them was a delight: the fabric is soft and moveable, and doesn’t bunch up in weird places.  Burpees made the cut as well as the waist band didn’t move all around through all the jumping up and down.

They’re of course stylish – we score them at 100 for that, obviously.  They do a decent job of masking butt sweat too.  The pants changed color a little in the areas we were really sweaty but nothing super noticeable or embarrassing.  You could grab a smoothie with a pal afterwards without feeling like you needed to change.

1_01ed9558-ff07-4c3c-b299-9c0798881133_1024x1024The color options are nice here too, for those that like to collect leggings (I certainly do).  The Dipped Warmup Legging comes in 7 color options and are sizes XS-L.
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The only issue we raise: the price.  We know most luxury tights are around the $100 mark these days, but we wish they were a bit more affordable….simply because we want them in every single color.


Outdoor Voices is located at 199 Lafayette Street in Soho & 606 Blanco Street in Austin, TX.

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