Best Fitting Sweatpants in 2021
Hanes Women's Mid Rise Cinch Bottom Fleece Sweatpant, Ebony, Large
Fruit of the Loom Men's Fleece Sweatpants, Charcoal Heather (2 Pack), Large
- 7.2 cover 60/40 cotton/polyester pre-shrunk fleece
- Lightweight fleece
- Covered elastic waistband with contrast draw cord
- Side pockets
- Open-bottom styling for your comfort
Gildan Women's Open Bottom Sweatpants, Sport Grey, X-Large
- Front pockets for a flattering fit
- Soft feel and reduced pilling for no loose threads
- Three needle topstitching on waistband and hem for extra durability
- Slightly tapered leg with open bottom for a more relaxed fit
- Flat drawcord
Peak Velocity Men's Quantum Fleece 'Build Your Own' Sweatpant, Jogger (Loose, Athletic, Inseams), Asphalt Grey, Medium
- Loose: A fuller fit, full throughout; Inseam: Regular (32.5'')
- Quantum Fleece is a moisture-wicking, brushed-back fleece with stretch for warmth and comfort
- Fleece pant featuring an elastic waistband with flecked draw cord, mesh-lined hand pockets, no back pockets
- Model is 6'2" with a 32" waist, and 33" inseam - wearing size Medium, Regular inseam
Champion Women's Fleece Open Bottom Pant, Black, Medium
- Minimal shrinkage for a fit that stays true. Polyester/cotton blend resists pilling.
- Brushed inside for softness against skin.Open leg for a more feminine look.
- Side pockets with rib detailing.Low profile, narrower ribbed waistband with adjustable drawcord.
- 31-inch inseam.
- C logo on hip
SPECIALMAGIC Women's Sweatpants Cropped Jogger French Terry Running Pants Lounge Loose Fit Drawstring Waist with Side Pockets Black Small
- 【ADJUSTABLE WAIST】 - Women's sweatpants with elastic waistband and adjustable drawstrings to provide you custom fit
- 【SUPER COMFORT】 - Breathable baby french terry to bring you soft texture
- 【DETAILS】 - Rib knit closed cuff bottom to be neat and cool. Wide tubes would allow larger range of movement during different activities. Two-side pockets are designed for your convenience
- 【SUGGESTIONS】 - Go for one size up if you prefer loose fit. Perfect for jogging, running, yoga, lounge, shopping and outdoor activities
- 【CARE INSTRUCTIONS】 - Gentle machine wash or hand wash, temperature under 40 degree centigrade
Hanes womens ComfortSoft EcoSmart Women's Petite Open Bottom Leg Sweatpants Ebony Large
- Open-bottom sweatpant featuring broad knit waistband
- No pockets. Low pill fabric. Flat elastic waistband with no drawstring
- 31" inseam
- Available in petite and regular lengths
Men's Sweatpants Gym Joggers Pants Athletic Pants Dry Fit Training Pants Running Pants Yoga Pants Track Pants Breathable Cycling Pants Travel Outdoor Pants Navy
- Material: 100% Polyester; Soft, breathable fabric wicks sweat and dries fast
- Comfortable athletic fit: Sweatpants with sports comfort adjustable waistband and drawcord are perfect year-round
- Quick Dry: This running pants is made with polyester lightweight fabric, quick-dry moisture transport system that helps release moisture away from your skin keep you cool and comfort
- Zipper Pockets: Durable side zipper pockets deep enough for holding 6.5" mobile phone
- Perfect for: Jogging, running, gym, workout, hiking, daily wear
Just My Size Women's Plus-Size Fleece Sweatpant, Ebony, 3XL
- 8 oz. Cotton-blend fleece sweatpants are brushed inside for added warmth and softness
- Wider cord-free waistband allows freedom at every turn
- Feminine fit for a flattering look
- 30.5-inch inseam, with hemmed (non-elastic) cuffs
Champion Women's Jersey Pant, Black, Large
- Lightweight athletic pant in cotton jersey fabric featuring tag-free elastic waistband
- Adjustable drawcord
- Inseam: 31.5"
Grunge is the New Pink
This retro thing is getting out of hand. What happens when retro fashion catches up to the present? Is it kind of like when Superman flies around the Earth backwards at light speed to reverse time? Read to find out.
The last time I walked in this fairly reasonably priced shop 6 months ago, I was wearing a ringer T-shirt and noticed a wealth of bell-bottom pants, afro-wigs, and polyester bowling shirts. A few days ago, nothing but flannel and button-downs. "What's the deal?" I ask confusedly. The clerk/owner proudly proclaims that "grunge is in," adding that flannel shirts are her hottest selling items.
Now don't get me wrong, flannel kicks ass. But I really wish it could have stayed just flannel, instead of being subjected to popular fashion twice in 15 years. First the dude from Soul Asylum, now the guy from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (comparison intentional)?
No material really deserves the fate, and especially not one as near and dear to my heart as good ol', homemade, wholesome flannel. Just a few days ago, I could imagine myself wrapped up in a huge blanket and taking a cool autumn nap in the falling leaves. Now, all I can picture is being smothered in checkered irony by bitter, raging hipsters. What happened?
Social scientists have not given much attention to this problem, but a none-too-careful recap of my completely anecdotal evidence shows that the retro cycle is out of wack. When the 60s came back in style back in the early 2000s, popular theories at the time stated that these things follow a 40 year cycle, kind of like volcanoes and patriotism. But recent data shows that the retro cycle is not following a linear scale, rather it is accelerating at an exponential rate. The 60s were in 5 years ago. The 70s were in 3 years ago. The 80s have been in for longer than a year.
But the early 90s? We don't even get to spend two years on the 80s? Does this mean in six months we'll re-visit the nu-metal look? If the trend continues, we'll be revisiting style from 3 months ago. And what happens when that gets old? Is it possible to retro the future? What happens when we've run out of things to be ironic about, do we just mock everything that could possibly be? Is this Vh1's fault somehow and if so can we please punch that fucker Hal Sparks in the mouth (sweet Jesus you are not funny)?
I see only two solutions. Our generation could actually create its own unique style. But that's a lot of hard work, and recent experience suggests it would just be subjected to ridicule by future twenty-somethings in tight pants. What's the point of prolonging the inevitable collapse of the fashion industry? The second and more likely option is for us to non-ironically embrace the uncool trends of the past. Waist-high jeans?
On second thought, they really accentuated those gigantic 80s hips! Hypercolor t-shirts? Seriously, who wants their clothes to always remain the same color? The key is the non-ironic embrace. Of course, Urban Outfitters will come out with hyperslogan tees that manage to create new messages every time you touch them - Beck will sport one in his new lo-fi music video and a 1-month long "remember how ridiculous people were back then" trend will be born.
But why even play that game? Its going to get really expensive to buy new clothes each week after nu-metal goes back out of fashion, so you may as well just start always looking stupid now and make yourself believe that you are in style rather than try to keep up. The retro gap is rapidly closing, secure a unique standing as that weird dude in the powdered wig before the Gap decides its a good idea to roll out its "Founding Fathers" line in time for Christmas '08.