Would You Or Wouldn’t You: The $125 Leggings

Tracy Anderson is famous for getting Madonna, Gwyneth and Nicole in tip-top shape but these days she’s making a name for herself as more than the designer of the ultimate fitness routine. This summer, Tracy has teamed up with Edition 01 to create a capsule collection of workout gear including leggings that are geared towards different body types, much like her tailor-made workout routines. Here’s the skinny on her four different lines: Abcentric whittles the waist with a high waistline and tummy control band, Hipcentric elongates and slims the thighs, Glutcentric gives those blessed with booty the support they need and Omnicentric provides the well-proportioned (or indecisive) with all-over control.

   Glutecentric                  Abcentric                      Omnicentric                  Hipcentric

Now, we know they’re easy on the eyes and can enhance your shape, but these pieces clock in at around $125 a pair, so they certainly aren’t lightweight when it comes to your wallet. Of course, you can’t put a price tag on looking and feeling your best but tell us: Do you think this is too high a price to pay for something you’ll be sweating in and ditching come post-workout shower time?

High-tech designer leggings: Would you or wouldn’t you?

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  1. I happen to spend a good amount of my time running errands post-work out, so I am on the fence! If these bad boys can really slim down my thighs, I may go for it….

    Kathy | 07.18.2012 | Reply
  2. F*#% no! Ridiculous. When will people realize there is no quick fix or bribe for being healthy and fit? It takes hard work and discipline, period.

    Tara Aes | 07.18.2012 | Reply
  3. We think even fit bodies could benefit from these leggings – they’re flattering!

    The Chalkboard Team | 07.18.2012 | Reply
  4. Heck no! Lululemon is a stretch (no pun intended) at $80 – but these are ridic! Tracy Anderson’s name def isn’t powerful enough for me to shell out this kind of dough.

    Erin Mullins | 08.01.2012 | Reply
  5. I think I will pass! Interesting idea, but it shifts focus from the inner self to the outer. I think women have enough issue with their bodies and looking and feeling your best certainly doesn’t come from a pair of pants. 🙂

    Lauren | 08.10.2012 | Reply
  6. Bought both glutecentric and abcentric. Both differ slightly from the photos. A bit frustrated.

    • Hey CT – let us know how they look on! We’ve heard good things!

      The Chalkboard | 09.12.2012 | Reply

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