The best men's yoga pants you can buy
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- Yoga pants should be comfortable, stretchy, and durable enough to support you in your practice without distracting you during vinyasa.
- Our top pick, the prAna Men's Sutra Pants, have a loose, comfy fit and are made of an environmentally-friendly hemp fabric.
Shopping for yoga pants is a bit of a mystery, isn't it? I mean, what makes bottoms marketed as "yoga pants" any better than an old pair of ratty sweatpants you've had since college? Do you really need to spend a bunch of cash on a specific style?While you can technically go to yoga sessions in just about anything comfortable enough to do downward dog in, if you're developing a regular practice, you'll probably be happier in pants actually designed for the discipline.
That doesn't have to mean dropping a ton of money or springing for anything super fancy, but it's a great idea to pay attention to fit, fabric, insulation, and length while thinking about pants to buy specifically for yoga class.
Yoga is different from many other forms of exercise in that it focuses on flexibility and individuality, so you need clothes that will really move with you.
Below is a list of the best men's yoga pants that money can buy. Some are pricier than others, but they all have one thing in common - they're comfortable with loads of stretch (but not too much stretch).
Here are the best men's yoga pants you can buy:
- Best men's yoga pants overall: prAna Men's Sutra Pants
- Best compression yoga pants: Sub Sports Mens Compression Leggings
- Best sustainable yoga pants: prAna Vaha Pants
- Best men's yoga shorts: YogaAddict Men's Yoga Shorts
- Best men's yoga joggers: BROKIG Mens Zip Trousers
Read on in the slides below to check out our top picks.
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