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R2-D2 Yoga Pants Are Something Jedi and Sith Can Both Appreciate

by Shane McGlaun
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I’d like to think if Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker were in the midst of a massive Lightsaber duel and Princess Leia walked by wearing R2-D2 yoga pants, they would do the right thing and stop to admire her booty. Darth would be all like “The booty is strong with that one.” I think most women know the appreciation the men in their lives have for yoga pants, which are in all honesty perhaps the greatest invention in the history of clothing.

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The only way you can drive your guy more crazy than wearing yoga pants is to wear yoga pants that look like R2-D2. These yoga pants are blue, black, and grey with R2-D2’s done on the front and the back on each hip. Down the right leg is the design that adorns the droid’s body.

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I think R2 would throw out a wolf whistle when Leia walked by wearing these. You can get a pair for $39.99(USD) in sizes small through XXXL at ThinkGeek.

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