Biker shorts aren’t leggings but they can be just as useful and comfortable.
Biker shorts can be worn alone with a cute bra or top. You can also wear them under dresses to prevent chafing. And we can’t forget that they’re actually useful for biking around town or killing it in spin class.
What we like most about biker shorts, is that they give your knees and ankles some breathing room. Leggings can be constricting, but you can hold it all together without feeling constricted throughout!
Here are the best biker shorts on the market as chosen by Schimiggy Reviews readers.
When we make our list of best leggings, we rate them on eco-friendliness, cost, design, performance and fair company ethics (fair pay, equal opportunity, etc.). We only want to share the best for us and our environment with our readers.
#1 Good American
Good American (GA) biker shorts come in prints and solids. Their activewear comes with an elastic band with the GA logo knit into it.
Carbon38 offers their biker shorts made with their Takara legging fabric. They also have a few other styles made with thicker and more compressive fabric.
#3 Year of Ours
Year of Ours is a women’s activewear brand that draws inspiration from professional sports apparel. You’ll find drawstring waistbands, ribbed fabrics and technical gear that you can perform in.
#4 ALO Yoga
ALO Yoga biker shorts are made with their buttery soft fabric. The shorts come in several lengths and colors to choose from.
SPANX makes biker shorts in their popular faux leather and seamless fabrics. I swear, their faux leather fabric looks great with EVERYTHING.
#6 Outdoor Voices
Outdoor Voices makes cute biker shorts in both their compressive and TechSweat fabrics. They also have pockets to stow away your belongings.
#8 Free People
Free People makes printed biker shorts. Some styles even come with zippers and pockets.
#9 Beyond Yoga
Beyond Yoga makes biker shorts in their popular and super soft space dye fabric. The shorts are constructed with a tall waistband to keep the leggings in place. They’re also a size inclusive brand!
Wolven makes their clothing out of used water bottles. Their biker shorts have side pockets (WOOHOO!) and come in solids and prints. I have the Noor print and I’m obsessed with them.
#11 Girlfriend Collective
They also have the ReGirlfriend program which means you can send back your used clothing and get a $15 credit to buy new merch! This program ensures that their products never end up in the landfill.
They’re also a size inclusive brand!
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