I discovered Til You Collapse on Instagram (no surprise there) and headed straight to their website to see what they were all about.
First things first: The leggings look sooo good on the models on the TYC website. Not that that’s a guaranteed outcome for me as history has taught me, so I needed to find out more before buying.
Are Til You Collapse leggings affordable? Hellz yeah! I browsed through their leggings page and saw that the prices range from $45 (sale items) to $70. Decent but I needed to know more, so I decided to read customer reviews, and that changed EVERYTHING!
After reading through hundreds of reviews, one thing is certain about TYC customers- they are loyal AF. And for good reason, it seems. TYC is a family-owned business that delivers the quality of high-performance leggings almost comparable to Lululemon at a fraction of the cost! Their leggings get 4 to 5-star reviews from satisfied customers, nothing less.
But it just seemed too good to be true. So I had to find out 1 or 2 reasons not to love TYC leggings (because I love playing devil’s advocate). I’ll give you a hint- I FAILED… partially.
If you’re on the fence about getting yourself a pair of TYC leggings, here’s my review of the Til You Collapse Resilient Classic legging to help you decide.
- Size: XXS- XL
- Fabric: 87% Nylon, 13% Spandex
- Features: Horizontal gusset, waistband pocket, light-weight, low compression
- Price: $59.99
Description: Til You Collapse Resilient Classic Legging
The TYC Resilient Classic legging is a high-rise full-length legging designed for low to high impact activities. The waistband is about 4″ wide and inseam is ~26″ (for size S/6).
First thing’s first, these Til You Collapse leggings feel and look like Lululemon Aligns (Scroll down to see my Lululemon Align review), NO JOKE! They’re buttery soft and can stretch for days.
If you’ve seen any of my previous activewear reviews, you’ll find that panty lines and crotch sweat are the banes of my existence. The Resilient Classic legging is a bit thin so you may suffer from VPL (visible panty lines) if you don’t wear the right underwear.
The TYC Resilient leggings are super low compression with a double-line waistband for extra support. The Til You Collapse leggings are constructed with a long horizontal gusset which adds some allowance in between the thighs for easy movement.
Also, you’ll be happy to know that these leggings have a hidden pocket in the waistband. Nothing dramatic, but sizeable enough to hold one or two cards and keys.
Til You Collapse Legging Sizing Review
For reference, I’m a 26″ waist, 32″ bust (DD cup), and 38″ hip, and US clothing size 4. I bought the TYC Resilient legging in size S/6. I’m 5’8″ with a 31″ inseam, and these 26″ inseam leggings stretch out enough to fit as full-length leggings on me.
The TYC size chart (see below) actually looks a lot like the Lululemon size chart, and their leggings fit me the same. I wear a size 6/S in Lululemon, which also corresponds to an S/6 in TYC.
If you’re in between legging sizes, go with a size on the chart that’s within one or two inches of your true hip and waist measurements. For example, if you’re a 26″ waist and 34″ hip, go for size 4/XS. Or, if you’re a 31″ waist and 42″ hip, go for a size 10/L.
What I loved
Here’s what I loved about the TYC Resilient legging:
1. Fit: They form to your body nicely from waist to hem and do not bunch anywhere. The waistband is super comfortable and stays secure. I hiked a few miles, climbed up, stumbled down, and I didn’t have to yank them up the whole time!
2. Fabric: You won’t want to take these off, in fact, you’ll forget you’re wearing them. Just like the Lululemon Aligns (Scroll down to see my Lululemon Align review), the Til You Collapse leggings are made with great quality, soft second-skin feel fabric.
What I’d Improve
One downside of the TYC Resilient legging:
- Pilling: Just like my Lululemon Aligns, my Resilient leggings show signs of minimal pilling. I’ve worn them twice now, once on a 2-mile hike, and I can already see tiny little fuzz balls in the crotch area.
I guess that’s the drawback of this soft cotton-like fabric. I suggest using your TYC Resilient leggings for low to medium impact activities that cause minimal friction between your thighs.
Should You Buy Til You Collapse Leggings?
Definitely! If you’re looking for affordable and cute gym-ready leggings, Til You Collapse may be you rnext go-to brand!
- Perfect for low to medium impact activities.
- Squatproof and great for yoga, pilates, weight-lifting, and lounging.
- Perfect for athleisure styling.
- Good for the active girl on a budget. If you’re
How To Care For Your Til You Collapse Leggings
Avoid excess heat from washing in hot water, tumble-drying or ironing as this can affect the strength of the fibers and degrade the fabric features. Instead, wash your leggings in cold water, and use a drying rack. Also, avoid using fabric softener since it can seal the fabric, causing the fabric to lose its breathability.
Place your TYC leggings in a mesh bag before throwing them in the washer. This will ensure that the thin fabric doesn’t get snagged by parts from other clothing.
Remember to air out your workout clothes before your next laundry day to prevent the odor-causing bacteria from ruining your activewear fabric. Follow these steps to keep your Til You Collapse activewear in pristine condition!
Where To Get Til You Collapse Leggings
You can find the Resilient legging as well as other buttery soft Til You Collapse leggings on the brand’s website.
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