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These bestselling leggings with more than 40,000 reviews are $18 right now for Prime Day — we’ve tested them and they feel like they should cost $100

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Amazon Prime Day is best known for its deals on tech gear and household essentials, but it’s also a great time to find discounts on clothing. During this year’s sale, going on now through July 13, the internet-favorite Colorfulkoala leggings are discounted 20%.

Colorfulkoala leggings have gained a cult following for their comfortable fit, affordable price, and quality that many swear is on par with much more expensive athleticwear brands like Lululemon. In her review of the leggings for Insider, writer Talia Ergas agrees with the more than 40,000 enthusiastic Amazon reviewers, calling them buttery soft and durable enough to last through many wash and dry cycles. You can read our full review of Colorfulkoala leggings here. 

At $22.99, these are already a great deal (espcially when quality leggings often cross the $100 mark), but the Prime Day discount brings them down to just $18.39. Combined with 20 different color options, the hardest part will just be choosing which pair. To get the discount, make sure to click the coupon button, and you’ll be able to access the sale price at checkout.

See more Prime Day coverage from Insider:

The best Prime Day deals on skincare, according to our beauty editors
The best beauty and grooming deals for Prime Day
The top Prime Day deals to shop today

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