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BALEAF thermal fleece lined leggings are designed to keep you warm and cozy when temperature drops. It's perfect for autumn amp; winter workout wear. Soft fleece on the inside are exactly what you need during those seasons. Of course, the thickness won't make you feel hot during exercise.

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Fabric 76% Polyester, 19% Lyocell, 5% Spandex 87% Nylon/13% Spandex, Non see-through amp; Stretch Knit waist, woven body 75% Nylon, 25% Spandex 75% Nylon, 25% Spandex
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