Woman 'rolls down mountain', leaves hilarious review about her 5-star leggings 3 weeks ago

Woman 'rolls down mountain', leaves hilarious review about her 5-star leggings

When five stars just ain't enough.

An Amazon review of some leggings has gone viral after a woman posted images alongside her write-up that showed her rolling down the side of the mountain to demonstrate their durability.

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The Amazon user, known only as Cory H, felt so happy with her purchase that she put them to the test and threw herself down a mountain. She gave the Raypose exercise leggings a five-star review and encouraged others to "order them now".

She wrote: "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."

Alongside her review, Cory posted two images of her sliding down the mountain, showing that these are perfect for the everyday woman and the adventurer alike.

Though the review was posted in July of last year, screenshots of the iconic review were posted to Twitter on November 6 and have since amassed more than 389,000 likes and 36,000 retweets.

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"This is lowkey the best way to test some leggings out," one Twitter user replied, while another wrote, "The kind of person I aspire to be."

A third wrote: "I really hope the company gave her free leggings for life for that kind of solid endorsement. Bc how can you not be sold when you read that."

Though it's not apparent whether the company contacted this Bear Grylls-esque reviewer, a lot of comments are calling for her to get a lifetime supply of leggings - which seems fair given that she rolled herself down a mountain.

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"This reply thread has me both laughing and really envious of not having such amazing yoga pants hahaha." said one fan, adding: "I hope that company found her later and gave her something great because she clearly increased their sales by A LOT if the 13,000 helpful speaks."