These High-Tech Leggings Might Help You Keep Your Fitness Resolutions
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These High-Tech Leggings Might Help You Keep Your Fitness Resolutions

Whatever your workout of choice — whether you’re a treadmill junkie, a die-hard yogi or a crossfit pro — you want to be on the cutting edge of fitness gear, especially when it can help you meet your goals. Enter Stryda, an Australian activewear brand making high-tech, high-quality workout leggings that help us work out better and look good doing it. With an already-successful line of exercise clothing, the company is currently running a Kickstarter campaign (already funded with 14 days to go!) to expand their reach, and you’re going to want in on the action.

Stryda’s leggings, which come in three lengths and several different prints, feature an exclusive technology called thermo-regulated compression. Strategically placed “vented muscle straps” increase circulation, which could ultimately reduce soreness and make your recovery time shorter. They’ll keep you cool during your workout and warm when you’re at rest. Plus, they come with a pocket that will fit a 5.7-inch smartphone. Your collection of yoga pants is looking pretty sad right now, huh?

The leggings aren’t all function over form, though. The colorful chevron pattern of the high-tech vents are stylish enough to sport outside the gym, and its slim fit and high-quality fabric will hug your tush in all the right places. You can say goodbye to dreaded muffin top too, thanks to an ultra-wide waistband.

A Kickstarter pledge of $69 will get you a pair of the long tights, while $51 buys a pair of cool capri-style leggings. Browse their shorts, muscle tops, snapback hats and menswear options (yep, there’s something for the boys too) on their page as well. You won’t have to wait long for your new favorite workout pants; estimated delivery is February of this year. Grab some colors that work overtime this year and reach your fitness #resolutions in style.

Which design is your favorite? Are you going to get a pair? Tweet us @britandco and let us know your thoughts!