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Christmas Gym Leggings Exist and They’re Just as Good as They Sound
Like it or not, the festive season’s almost upon us and yep, Christmas gym leggings are now part of the fun.
The selection ranges from tastefully subtle to ‘Santa just threw up on a pair of leggings’, but whatever your choice, there’s absolutely no shame in wearing Christmas gym leggings for your WOD.
If you fancy embracing the trend, look no further than Women’s Health’s round up of the best Christmas gym leggings. Merry lift-mas.
Super festive, super cute.
Ideal for working out, and stretchy enough to accommodate a heavy session at the buffet table. Someone’s got to do it, right?
Garish, loud, totally unsubtle. We LOVE these slightly ridiculous 360-degree stretch leggings.
Yep, the stars in these leggings are reflective – perfect for a night time run or just matching your Christmas lights.
OK, so these aren’t strictly gym leggings, but that Christmas pudding print is too good to miss.
If you can’t wear shiny leggings at Christmas, then when can you?
All the gold stars for these high-waisted leggings. It’s no wonder they had a 1,000 person wait list to buy before they launched!
Love logos? Then shine on in these stretchy leggings covered in sparkly Nike ticks.
Sort of remind us of shiny wrapping paper, sort of love them anyway. With anti-fade technology, they'll stay bright wash after wash.
As Christmas gym leggings go, these are on the toned down end of the scale. Star print is a subtle nod to the trend.
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