Bump Support Leggings
Bump Support Leggings
Welcome to the new dawn of maternity leggings, where style and design meet comfort and utility. You'll never want to take these off!
Feel supported with a stretchable waistline that grows with you, and enjoy extra support at the back (free butt lift anyone?).
Designed for months 5-9 of your pregnancy.
Bump Support Leggings Highlights
- Size & Fit
- Fabric & Care
Flexsupport technologyFreerider Co. post-natal maternity leggings are made with trademarked Flexsupport technology, designed to provide the ultimate combination of stretch, support, and flexibility for the most comfortable leggings ever. Suitable for early stage pregnancy and post-birth, these seamless leggings are versatile and stylish, able to be dressed up or down to suit your every mood!
CompressionFreerider Co. maternity pants are far more than just leggings; they’re live-in leggings. With built-in back support and ankle compression, these leggings hug you in all the right places and help reduce swelling, encourage blood flow, and improve circulation, whilst remaining flattering and fashionable. Made from super soft sustainable materials and fully machine washable, we’re not exaggerating when we say these are the only maternity leggings you’ll ever need.
Designed for growthWe believe in making positive environmental impacts and creating maternity clothes that are high quality and long-lasting, which is why we designed our Freerider Co. leggings with integrated flexible material around your front and back, for super-soft leggings that grow with you. While wearing these leggings you’ll feel supported without feeling restricted or tight, allowing you to move freely and look fabulous in the most comfortable leggings ever!
- Made from sustainably sourced materials in a flattering seamless shape.
- Feel supported with a stretchable waistline that grows with you, and enjoy extra support at the back (free butt lift anyone?).
- Extra compression lower leg cuffs to help reduce swelling and improve circulation. Yes, we've thought of everything.
- Perfect for months 5-9 of your pregnancy
Size & Fit
Fabric & Care
- Q-Nova recycled Nylon and recycled polyester.
More supportive than your BFF
The leggings that last a lifetime
“My favourite product”
“It's just a snug fit the whole time”
“They're so comfy and so stretchy. I just didn't want to lose my style whilst being pregnant”
“They're so comfortabe”
“They're definitely squat proof too which is great.”
The live-in leggings
We won't judge you if you never take them off...
We've got you covered
Bump support for months 5-9 of pregnancy.
High rise for that postpartum compression.
Made for comfort from sustainable materials
Our leggings are made from Q-NOVA® a recycled nylon.
Q-NOVA® is an ultra lightweight and breathable fibre with excellent dying quality allowing us to create colours that won’t fade with wear. Q-NOVA uses less water and emits less CO2 in the production process than other fibres, and is Higg index, EU Ecolabel, and Global Recycled Standard certified.
Yep, it can get a little complicated, but it matters to us.
BIt baggy around the crotch (and understandably the bump I'm only 5 months) not as comfortable or soft as I hoped. Wouldn't buy again unfortunately. Had hoped for better for the price!
I bought my pre-pregnancy size according to the size chart and they fit brilliantly. Thank you!
Thank you for making bump leggings that actually fit! And aren't made from cheap materials. I had a few other brands in my first pregnancy and none of them fit like these. Perfect, thanks again Freerider!
Ordered a size small by mistake (normally a 10/12 so had thought I’d need medium) but they actually fit perfectly!
Super comfy and supportive, definitely not see through in any way.
I am a nurse and work 12hr shifts on my feet non stop. I have taken to wearing these under my uniform trousers to give me bump support a d help with leg swelling! It’s working well so far - currently 26 weeks pregnant.
Many thanks free rider co for your fab product.
unfortuneatly I had to send them back because they where to small
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