Aventura Clothing Travel-Ready Leggings And Tights – A Quick Review

Aventura Clothing Womens Sasha Leggings

Travel-ready leggings and tights are among the best items to pack for any adventure, especially in winter. They pack down small, are comfortable to wear, and can be paired with a large range of items, from tunics to dresses to tees.

$24.95
Aventura Clothing Womens Sasha Leggings

  • Abstract Dotted Stripe Pattern.
  • Soft, Brushed Interior.
  • Keep You Comfortable And Cozy All Day.

Aventura Clothing has, hands-down, the most comfortable leggings and tights I’ve tried, and they’re affordable, too. Here’s what to get:

Aventura Clothing Womens Sasha Leggings

Ida legging: This legging has a bold criss-cross diamond pattern, in a gray-black color tone that will go with any solid colored tunic or shirt.

I wear this legging with a gray tunic or any sweater.

It’s $35, and is a nylon-spandex blend that does not sag.

For a more geometric pattern in the same color scheme, go with the Laken legging for the same price.

Sasha legging: The Sasha legging is $50, but more substantial (the Ida feels more like a tight).

When I wear the Sasha, which comes in two color tones in an abstract dotted/striped pattern, I feel fully covered.

I often just pair this legging with a tee. It comes in blue or black (the black is a black-brick red color pattern). For something more wintery, the Snowflake legging is very similar.

And if you’re planning to pair any of the above with a sweater or tunic, add the Bienne tank as your upper base layer. This camisole goes everywhere with me, because it’s so versatile and comfortable. It’s substantial, with a lot of stretch, and is my go-to under layer for any shirt that’s either a little bit see-through or tunics with a low neckline, etc.

$24.95
Aventura Clothing Womens Sasha Leggings

  • Abstract Dotted Stripe Pattern.
  • Soft, Brushed Interior.
  • Keep You Comfortable And Cozy All Day.

In short, you just never know when you’re going to need it. It comes in a ton of colors for $22, and is a tank top style, not a cami style (wider straps than a cami). I would pick up a few! I have bought a couple in basic white, which go under any shirt I think I may want more coverage under.

It packs down very small in any bag, so can always come as a ‘just in case’ item.

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Amy Whitley is a freelance creative and travel writer and founding editor of the family travel website Pit Stops for Kids. An avid lover of the outdoors, Amy makes her home in Southern Oregon, where she, her husband, and three school-aged children spend much of their time backpacking, camping, skiing, and hiking. When not exploring her own backyard, Amy and her family hit the road for travel reviews of resorts, tour operations, and hotels across the country and abroad. Follow Amy Whitley on Twitter and Facebook.
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