Saturday, May 7, 2011

Wilson Tennis Capri Pants Review

One of the most important things to achieve while working out, playing sports or doing chores around the house is being comfortable.  If your clothing doesn't fit correctly (too big or too small) or if it tugs and pulls as you move then you're not going to enjoy yourself.

I go to Curves 4 times a week and the last thing I need to be doing is stressing over my workout clothes.  I don't want to have to worry about wedgies and chaffing from my clothing, especially my pants.

Wilson Tennis Capri Pants are soft, stretchy and super comfortable.  I'm on the shorter side and I've never been able to find a pair of capri length pants that actually looked right on me, until now!  I was thrilled when I tried these on and they actually worked for me!  They didn't look like high-waters.  They fit great and I find them to be very supportive and flattering.  I honestly think they make me look thinner and firmer.  Gotta love it! 

Wilson Tennis Apparel is for more than just playing tennis.  Perfect for working out, walking, running errands and for your normal, everyday activities.  I see myself wearing my Wilson Tennis Capri Pants for way more than just working out! 

The Wilson La Davine Capri Pant is a compression fit Capri that is lightweight, breathable, and flattering. The premium technical fabric and design allow for maximum moisture wicking and comfort. The Capri has versatile functionality whether training in the gym, playing on the court, or just out and about running errands.

***I received a product sample for review from Wilson through a promotion on  Everyone who registers and blogs about the pants will be entered to win a full Wilson Apparel Kit: 2 shirts, 1 shorts, 1 bra, 1 skirt, 1 warm-up, 1 pair of Wilson Tour Vision tennis shoes. (one prize awarded).

Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Results may vary. I was not compensated in any other way for this review.

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