You can now design personalized ultra-luxe Ultracor leggings at SoulCycle


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Getting your hands on a pair of Ultracor leggings is kind of like winning the lottery: They’re known to sell out pretty quickly, and some pairs have had quite the hefty waitlist—I mean, have you seen the ever-so-covetable glittery star-print collection? But now, getting your fix is as easy as heading to a SoulCycle location to personalize a pair that’ll arrive on your doorstep within three business days.

Created exclusively for SoulCycle, the just-launched Ultracor Kiosk allows you to create a custom pair of leggings in minutes by choosing features like color from a gradient scale (meaning there are really countless options) and how they fit based on your height. Yep, too-long and too-short spandex will no longer be an issue with these Goldilocks duds. And, you can further personalize by adding up to 10 characters of text on the back ride side of your leggings. (#GIRLBOSS, anyone?)

Created exclusively for SoulCycle, the Ultracor Kiosk allows you to create a custom pair of leggings in minutes by choosing features like color from a gradient scale and how they fit based on your height.

Right now, there are five styles available—Skull Solid, Skull Gradient, Skull Camo, Swarovski, and Starburst—for $220 each. You might have to travel to try your hand at being an Ultracor designer, though: The kiosks are currently at SoulCycle studios in NoHo in Manhattan; Beverly Hills, CA; Greenwich, CT; and West End in Washington, DC. But according to a SoulCycle rep, more locations will be added to that list over the next few weeks, so you can expect a kiosk in every region where classes are available.

While these fancy, splurge-worthy leggings won’t drop out of the kiosk instantly, if they’re not worth the wait, I’m not sure what is.

Here’s proof that leggings can help you reach hygge and fitness goals. Or, check out the best leggings ever, according to Well+Good readers.

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