Woman leaves glowing review for Amazon leggings after they stayed intact when she fell down a mountain

Woman leaves glowing review for Amazon leggings after they stayed intact when she fell down a mountain

Before making any purchase online, it’s always best to check out the reviews beforehand. And when it comes to sourcing the perfect pair of leggings, it’s even more crucial to prevent yet another poor-quality pair from being thrown in the bin.

Thanks to one woman named Cory, the search for the holy grail of leggings is officially over after she put the pants to the ultimate test.

In an Amazon review that has since gone viral and spread across social media, she shared two hilarious photos of herself mid-fall when she fell down the side of a mountain during a hike.

“Order them now”, she titled the review, before writing: “Can I just say that I will be reordering them in every colour. Here is me rolling and sliding down a mountain because I was too scared to get up.

“My leggings did not rip, not even a little bit, and I got stuck on rocks and trees.”

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Of course, the woman gave the leggings five stars and her trusty, candid review racked up over 15,000 fellow Amazon users marking it as “helpful”. While the review was posted late last year, it has since resurfaced on Twitter, prompting an influx of unbelievably funny responses.

One Amazon customer opted to recreate the iconic review, saying: “Mountain sliding lady was right!”

Another shared a makeup setting spray review, explaining how they were “hit by a car,” and their makeup stayed intact.

“If this setting spray can survive being hit by a car, then that’s all the proof I need,” they wrote. “I’ll definitely be buying it again.”

Another shared an awkward blunder titled, “I’m confused” after being gifted what was titled as a “lipstick”, but was actually a ladies vibrator.

She added, “I am just a bit confused as to why this is marketed as a lipstick?”

Another Amazon review for double-sided tape shows someone mounting their TV using the stuff.

“Don’t ever pick up a nail or hammer ever again to hang something up,” they said. “This stuff is the real deal.”

Lastly, one woman was so in awe of her pants' elastic waistband that she had to share how many chicken eggs she could fit in there after forgetting her basket.

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