Rabbit- Conejo Crop Leggings

I’ve been a fan of rabbit since I put on the Sleevie Wonder long sleeve running shirt last fall, and the Conjeo crop leggings were just as rewarding.


-Medium weight, four-way stretch 87% Poly/13% Spandex blend

-Crop length; ends at calf

-Dual front internal pockets

-Rear zip pocket

-Reflective rabbit logo detail

-Made in California




Founded by avid runners, rabbit has been committed to run specific, ethically made apparel since its inception. The versatility of crops makes them a hugely popular style across the sports spectrum, but I’m still surprised how slight variations on the fitting can make such a big difference. These hit right at the calf as promised, and were snug and comfortable without feeling too confining.  The quality of the Conjeo‘s mid-weight fabric is immediately apparent, and I loved the extra ventilation at the knee; a design touch great for increased range of motion and comfort. The crops boast a four-way stretch and are moisture wicking. Thankfully, they also included dual front pockets, and a rear zip pocket–more evidence that rabbit is a company made up of actual runners.

Overall, I’m very pleased with the feel and movement of the Conejo, and the styling is super cute. The reflective rabbit pattern is a unique touch, and more than one person has commented about them in spin class, and while I’m out running with friends. The Conejo retails for $85 USD, is machine washable and comes in sizes XS-L. All products have a 30 day return policy. In addition to a few more styles of crops, rabbit has an extensive offering of running shorts of all lengths and designs, that I plan on trying next. While you’re checking out those, make sure you peruse the other categories in both men’s and women’s, they’ve got some pretty good stuff.

For more information about the Conejo, and other rabbit products, go to: www.runinrabbit.com

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About The Author

Jen has been doing triathlon for several years. She is a former bobsled pilot for America Samoa and has a passion for the outdoors; especially winter mountaineering. At home she is wife to a mountain obsessed husband and mother of three girls, but here at EnduranceReview, she is an author, Managing Editor and token chick.