Men's Leggings V3



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Be your best active self in these men’s leggings! The super soft and stretchy material makes them the perfect choice for a variety of activities, and you can wear them on their own or under shorts. The leggings are bound to become your favorite workout apparel!

• 82% polyester, 18% spandex
• Very soft four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
• Fitted design
• Front gusset for extra comfort
• Elastic waistband
• Flatseam and coverstitch
• Blank product components in the US and Mexico sourced from China
• Blank product components in the EU sourced from China and Lithuania

Size guide

XS (inches) 29 ⅞ 37
S (inches) 31 ½ 38 ⅝
M (inches) 33 ⅛ 40 ⅛
L (inches) 36 ¼ 43 ¼
XL (inches) 39 ⅜ 46 ½
2XL (inches) 42 ½ 49 ⅝
3XL (inches) 45 ⅝ 52 ¾
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