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With the legging style dominating the market, it’s getting much more difficult to find bootcut yoga pant styles anymore. I’ve found a few places that still carry the bootcut yoga pants in TALL inseams (34+)
It’s sad because I always liked the bootcut style, but as with jeans, it seems like the skinny/legging style is trending. It’s just unfortunate because not EVERY woman wants to wear legging style pants all the time (or ever).
Don’t get me wrong, I like my leggings… but when it comes to workout pants (or just lounging) I prefer the bootcut yogas.
I find the material that they make the yoga type pants out of is NOT comfortable when it’s super tight like the legging style… but maybe that’s just me.
I wrote a piece on the best yoga pants for tall girls years ago, but I’m doing this as an update since those items are no longer being sold. I still like to wear the bootcut style yoga pants and even though they’re getting harder to find, I appreciate they’re still being made.
Here are 5 shops I found that still actually sell this style for us girls with longer legs!
So the first option I wanted to throw out there is JCPenny. They have a special tall section on their website, and they sell the bootcut style in tall with a 35” inseam!
They have great reviews, and come in multiple colors. They’re also fairly inexpensive, especially if you catch them on sale (which they usually seem to have a sale going on!)
You can find them at JCPenny here.
Ok, buying clothing on Amazon might be a little iffy but they actually have a TON of longer inseam yoga pants on the site from many sellers, and a lot of them actually let you pick the inseam option!
Sellers like Yogispace come in 33, 35 AND 37” inseam options and other companies, like Safort, are available in up to a 34” (with lots of color options).
Just double-check the materials in a particular color you want, because I noticed some brands have different material blends for certain colors.
Both of these sellers have thousands of positive reviews. And averaging around $30 they’re fairly inexpensive!
You can shop the full selection of longer inseam yoga pants (up to 37”) and check current prices here on Amazon.
Gap actually still sells slim bootcut yoga pants, currently called “high rise dance studio dance pants” although they are just like yoga pants. These are sold in “tall” sizes which according to their sizing are 34” inseam.
They have pretty good reviews on their website (4.3/5 stars, with nearly 100 reviews) and the most common complaint about sizing is that they are TOO LONG.
As a tall girl that is exactly what I want to hear! Find them here
If you need a longer inseam, Old Navy offers their tall bootcut yoga cut pants with a 36” inseam, which is 2 inches longer than Gap’s.
Best of all these are the most inexpensive option on the list, you can buy them for around $20.
Check out Old Navy’s tall yoga pants here
Aerie (by American Eagle)
Aerie is a part of American Eagle and they brought their bootcut yoga pants back by popular demand. These are available in long lengths, which I believe to be between 34” – 35” inseam.
They make a couple of different types of styles in the bootcut variety – the “chill” and the “play” version.
The “chill” bootcut yoga pants are more casual/relaxing type pants – they are 56% cotton, 37% polyester, and 7% spandex.
The “play” version are made of 90% polyester and 10% elastane (spandex). This is designed to be more moisture-wicking, which might be ideal if you’re headed to the gym or for a hike, but less comfortable for just lounging.
These are also quite affordable yoga pants at around $20 a pair. You can shop from Aerie here
Keep the material in mind when picking out your yoga pants too!
The more cotton, the softer and more comfortable the pants.
The higher polyester/spandex kind are much more prone to pilling and aren’t quite as soft as ones with cotton, but they are good at wicking moisture and therefore good for hard workouts.
I personally prefer the material that has cotton in the blend rather than pure polyester/spandex, but that is also a personal preference!
Do you prefer bootcut style or legging yoga pants? If you know any other places to find yoga pants in longer inseams, let me know below!