Size Chart

Size Chart

Size, Size, Size!!! (For Squat-Proof leggings)

Similar to the importance of “location, location, location” in real estate, we cannot overstate the significance of “size” when it comes to determining whether leggings are squat-proof or not!

It can be frustrating to encounter conflicting reviews about the same pair of leggings, with some claiming they are squat-proof while others argue the opposite. How can this disparity occur? Much of it hinges on the decisions made regarding size.

Selecting the right size is crucial when dealing with stretchy fabrics if you want to feel both comfortable and modest. Merely relying on a brand name is not a guarantee of squat-proof leggings, as they might turn out to be too sheer and revealing for everyday activities. Let’s delve deeper into this matter.

Defining Squat-Proof Leggings:

This term denotes leggings that remain opaque during any sports or daily activities involving body movement that stretches the fabric. The stretching may cause the fabric to be less dense in certain areas, potentially leading to see-through situations. Most of us prefer leggings that maintain an opaque look, allowing us to move with confidence without feeling self-conscious.

The Importance of the Right Size for Leggings:

Fabric thickness and the appropriate amount of stretch are contributing factors. Leggings’ fabric stretch typically ranges around 30%, and opaqueness may become an issue depending on how much stretch occurs with your chosen size. Taking advantage of the fabric’s stretching ability to the limit is not advisable. Choosing the right size is crucial to maintaining opacity at different levels, considering the fabric’s stretch performance.

Determining the Right Size for Squat-Proof Leggings:

Begin with the size you normally wear for any sports or stretchy bottoms that you find comfortable. However, it is recommended to check your waist and hip measurements on our guidance chart. The hip measurement is particularly crucial for selecting a squat-proof size. If your measurements fall at the upper end of the size you are considering, think about opting for one size up. This will position you at the lower end of the larger size, ensuring more confidence when you wear them.

Feel free to consult our Fitting Guidance Chart or ask any questions you may have!