These Eco-Friendly Leggings Are Made From Recycled Water Bottles — Shop Sustainable Clothes for Earth Day

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Sustainable clothing is the fashion future. From thrifting to eco-friendly apparel, there are plenty of ways to incorporate sustainable fashions into your wardrobe for Earth Day and all year long.

With the annual, eco-friendly holiday taking place Monday (April 22), it’s a great time to incorporate more eco-friendly clothing into your wardrobe.

Although many brands offer sustainable clothing, searching for activewear can take up a lot of time, which is why it’s best to narrow things down. And if you’re in the market for a new pair of leggings, why not take the sustainable route?

Girlfriend Collective’s Compressive High-Rise Legging fits like a glove, and they’re good for the environment.

Made from 25 recycled water bottles, these bestselling, compressive, squat-proof, ultra-high rise sustainable leggings have racked up more than 17,000 customer reviews. Meanwhile, videos about the viral leggings have received 4.4 billion of TikTok views.  

Girlfriend Collective

Girlfriend Collective Black Compressive High-Rise Leggings

Although shopping online may be convenient, not being able to try things on first (unless you use Amazon’s Try Before Your Buy feature) can make it difficult. Customer reviews help give you a better idea of what the product will look, fit, and maybe even feel like, when it arrives.

“A wardrobe must have,” one Girlfriend Collective shopper wrote. The high-rise legging is available in six different colors including black, white, blue, green, plum and an earthy brown, and they come in sizes ranging from XXS to 6XL.

Need more options? To celebrate Earth Day on Monday (April 22), we’ve collected a list of sustainable leggings to shop which includes supporting small businesses — another way of becoming a more sustainable shopper. Wolven, a Southern California-based brand, carries a selection of leggings that are made from recycled plastics.

And if you’re a fan of Lululemon, arguably one of the largest activewear brands in the world, the company has committed to making at least 75 percent of its products sustainable by 2025. Other activewear and sportswear brands such as Athleta, Nike and Adidas have adopted environmentally-friendly practices and carry products made with recycled materials.

See more eco-friendly leggings below.

Everlane The Perform 24/7 Legging

$20 $68 71% off

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Made from recycled fabrics, Everlane’s Perform Legging features sweat-wicking technology to keep you cool, and an internal pocket for small necessities. The bestselling leggings are on sale in pine, blue and black. Everlane also released the Perform 24/7 Legging.

Nike Pro 365 Women’s High-Wasted 7/8 Mesh Panel Leggings

Almost out of stock! Nike Pro 365 Women’s High-Wasted 7/8 Mesh Panel Leggings are made with at least 50% recycled polyester fibers, and they’re almost sold out at Designed to keep you cool while you work up a sweat, the leggings feature Nike’s Dri-Fit technology and mesh at the calves for added air flow. They fit snug and include a high-rise waistband, plus they come in three colors including black/white, smoke grey/black and black/volt/white.


Quince Ultra-Soft High-Rise Leggings

$39.90 $88 55% off

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“From leg day, to lounge day.” Quince’s Ultra-Soft Performance Legging is made with a mix of recycled polyester and spandex. You can buy these quick-dry, four-way stretch leggings in eight colors including black, blue, green, grey and heather coral (sizes range from XS-XL).

Alo Yoga

Alo Yoga High-Wait Airbrush Legging

Customers love the comfortable fit of Alo Yoga’s High-Waist Airbrush Leggings. Get these “awesome” leggings in sizes XS (00-0) to XL (16-18) and a dozen colors, including limited-edition shades. Alo Yoga uses eco-friendly production methods to reduce waste and protect natural resources.

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