We Tried Out Activewear Brand Hylete—Here Are Our Fave Pieces
These days, I practically live in my workout clothes.
And no, I'm not working out. I'm sitting at my desk in my comfies. Occasionally I'll hop on my Peloton or hit the gym, but tbh, my desk chair gets way more action. So, when Hylete reached out to me about testing some of their products out, I jumped at the chance. Hylete is an activewear brand with some super cute pieces, great for people who take their fitness journey seriously.
Once the package arrived and I washed my new goodies, I dressed up and took a thirty-minute class on my Peloton. And guess what? I beat my own personal record. Now, I'm not saying Hylete is a magical brand that will automatically turn you into an athlete, but it did enable me to give a great performance. Keep reading to find out all about my favorite pieces.
Hylete Terras Fleece-Lined Tight: $98
It may seem odd to see the word fleece associated with workout leggings—I know that's what I initially thought. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the Terras Fleece-Lined Tights were super breathable. Since they're meant for colder weather and outdoor exercises, I thought it would make me get hot fast, but that did not happen. In fact, these are the pants I was wearing when I broke my Peloton record! If you're on the market for a new pair of workout pants, or you need something to run outside in, these are a great option. However, I would size down, as they were personally a bit too big for my liking.
Hylete Eclipse Cropped Hoodie: $72
Since it's starting to get chillier, I've been wearing hoodies almost every day. And if you're anything like me, you might like to wear a jacket of some sort at the beginning of your workout to break a sweat. The Eclipse Cropped Hoodie is versatile enough that it can be worn to work out or simply chill in. I recently went to Idaho and I wore this on the plane—and you know how cold airplanes can get! This kept me sufficiently warm and paired cute with the Terras leggings. But, since I'm me and clumsy is my middle name, I sadly spilled coffee on it. I've yet to determine how to get rid of the stain, but I'm determined because this is so freakin' comfy!
Hylete Nova Jogger: $84
Now, I know I'm not supposed to admit that I like wearing these as pajama bottoms, but I do. I personally hate working out in joggers—I'd rather do errands or lounge around the house in them. So when I tried the Nova Jogger on, I knew they were my new fave pair of pants. They're insanely comfy because of the French terry fabric and the lightweight feel. Plus, there are pockets, which are pretty much a must for all girls these days. I've probably worn these 15 times already, so it's safe to say I'm obsessed.
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