Best Mens Sweatpant Joggers in 2021
Champion Men's Powerblend Retro Fleece Jogger Pant, Black, Medium
- Retro inspired jogger sweatpant featuring elastic waistband and tapered leg with cinched cuffs. Cotton/polyester blend for reduced pilling and shrinkage
- Side pockets
- Triple stitching reinforces seams for durability
- Brushed inside for exceptional softness
- Bartacked onseam pockets
Under Armour Men's Sportstyle Tricot Joggers, Black (001)/White, Medium
- Durable knit fabric with a smooth face & a soft inner to trap warmth
- Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
- Ribbed waistband with external drawcord
- Back left pocket & hand pockets with right-side internal phone pocket
- Tapered leg & ribbed cuffs
Hanes Men's Jogger Sweatpant with Pockets, Navy, X Large
- Midweight, 50% cotton/50% polyester fleece provides warmth without the weight
- Made with up to 5% polyester from recycled plastic bottles
- 2. 75" cuffs at bottom leg opening
- Waistband with adjustable outside drawcord
- Handy side pockets and back pocket
Champion Men's Jersey Jogger, Black, S
- When every run counts, the Champion® Jersey Jogger pants will help you deliver the results you want!
- Soft jersey construction.
- Elastic waistline with internal drawstring.
- Side hand pockets.
- Brand hit on left thigh. Banded cuffs. 90% cotton, 10% polyester. Machine wash, tumble dry. Imported. Measurements: Waist Measurement: 26 in Outseam: 42 1⁄2 in Inseam: 29 in Front Rise: 14 in Back Rise: 16 in Leg Opening: 10 in Product measurements were taken using size MD, inseam 29. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Champion Men's Jersey Jogger, Black, Small
- Side pockets for storage
- Athletic fit for comfort
Champion Men's Authentic Originals Sueded Fleece Jogger Sweatpant, Black, Large
- Fleece is sueded outside, incredibly soft inside
- Front pockets have jersey-lined pocket bags
- Self-fabric waistband with encased elastic
- Flat woven draw cord with turned and tacked ends
- 31 inch inseam
Nike Men's NSW Club Jogger Jersey, Charcoal Heather/White, Large
- CLASSIC & COMFORTABLE: The Nike Sportswear Club Joggers for men offer a classic athletic look that can be worn every day.
- JOGGERS STYLE: These jogger pants for men have ribbed cuffs that give you a classic look and help you show off your kicks.
- PERSONALIZED FIT: Elastic waistband with an adjustable drawcord lets you change up the fit of the Nike men's joggers. Standard fit offers a relaxed, easy feel.
- SOFT COMFORT: These are the Nike joggers men need, created with a soft cotton jersey fabric, these pants can be worn all day long.
- MEN'S SWEATPANTS: Machine wash, imported, fabric: 100% cotton.
YoungLA Mens Slim Fit Joggers Fitness Sweatpants Gym Training 204 Charcoal Medium
- 80% Cotton 20% Polyester
- Flat Adjustable Drawstrings/Cords
- 2 Front Pockets, 1 Back Right Pocket
- Ribbed Gusset at Crotch, Ribbed Bottom Cuff
- Model is 5'9 165 lbs, wearing size Medium.
Champion Men's Graphic Powerblend Fleece Jogger, Black, Medium
- Better fit. Wider rib cuffs and hem
- Soft comfortable fabric. A percentage of recycled fibers used in making the fabric
Southpole Men's Basic Fleece Jogger Pant-Reg and Big & Tall Sizes, Black(Marled), X-Large
- Waist cord
- Single logo patch at back pocket
- Ribbed ankle
The William C. O'Neill Bike Path: From Kingstown to Narragansett, Rhode Island
Originally part of a railroad route, the bike path is also available to walkers, joggers, roller bladers, and in the winter, cross country skiers.
Actually, according to a brief history written by Bob Votava, chairman of The Friends of the William C. O'Neill Bike Path, when the path was first opened to the public to be used as a bike path, it was called the Kingstown-Narragansett Bike Path, then the South County Bike Path, and now it is the William C. O'Neill Bike Path. Once a part of the Narragansett Pier Railroad, which ceased running in 1968, town planners suggested that this existing path be utilized as a public school rail train to bring students to and from local public schools, since studies showed that every child was within walking distance from the railroad.
When this novel idea was presented to the Town of South Kingstown's school superintendent, it was rejected as too visionary and futuristic, but it was 1968 - nowadays, it might be a lot more likely to be embraced as a way to prevent congestion on local roads. Then, in 1981, the old railroad was purchased by Town Councilman Anthony Guariello. With State Senator William O'Neill, they advocated its use as a public bike path, and for State funding. At the time, several other bike paths throughout the state of Rhode Island were competing for limited resources, and it was 1995 before the South County Bike Path was able to convince the State Department of Transportation that South Kingstown deserved to be next on the list of construction monies. Once their dream became a reality, the Friends of The South County Bike Path was created.
Over the years following 1995, the Friends worked with the Town of South Kingstown, the Rhode Island State Department of Transportation and the RI Governor's Office, and both State and local elected officials to promote the new bike path. Federal representatives who have been helpful include the late Senator John Chafee, Senator Lincoln Chafee, and former Congressman Bob Weygand. Construction of Phase I was completed in 2000, followed by Phase II in 2003, for a distance of 5.6 miles. Phase III is scheduled to be advertised for construction in 2020. Phase IV is in the preliminary review stage, and the outcome depends on the communities advocating for it to be built. Congressman Weygand and the Friends viewed Phase IV as ending at the South County Museum, which is in Narragansett and neighbors the Atlantic Ocean.
The William C. O'Neill Bike Path, being located on the former Narragansett Pier Railroad, connects villages from Kingstown south to Narragansett Pier. The bike path, being such an important connection, links a series of cultural and historical resources and give the visitor a glimpse into the life of previous eras. Most of the buildings along the path have been converted to another use different from their original purpose, but the architectural distinction remains and has been carefully preserved. The historic 1802 Helme House in Kingstown became the current South County Art Association. The old Kingstown jail is now the Pettasquamscutt Historical Society. The Washington County court house is now called the Courthouse Center for the Arts. The former Kingstown Train Station is now an Amtrak station and a railroad museum to benefit the Friends of the Kingstown Station. An old cemetery, the historic Tefft cemetery became Tefft Historical Park, and is owned by the South Kingstown Land Trust. A former commercial building, a historic stone structure in the village of Peace Dale is now occupied by the Museum of Primitive Art and Culture and is South County's oldest museum. The Saugatucket River, which runs beneath the bike path in historic downtown Wakefield, offers views of former mills that ran in the area, and is now managed by the Saugatucket River Heritage Corridor Coalition. Also in downtown Wakefield, the Hera Gallery has been in operation for 27 years, and was a laundromat back in the 1950's. In Narragansett, the former Canonchet Farm is now the South County Museum. All of these heritage sites are prominently shown on the map of the bike path, which is available at the Friends of William C. O'Neill Bike Path website:
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority, or RIPTA, provides racks for bicycles on its buses all year round. For more information, visit
For more information on some of the historical sites along the bike path:
South County Art Association
2587 Kingstown Rd., Kingstown, RI 02881
Pettasquamscutt Historical Society Inc.
2636 Kingstown Rd., Kingstown, RI 02881
Courthouse Center For the Arts
P.O. Box 186, 3481 Kingstown Rd., W. Kingstown, RI 02892
Friends of Kingstown Station
P.O. Box 191, W. Kingstown, RI 02892
South Kingstown Land Trust
313 Main Street, Suite C., Wakefield, RI 02879
Museum of Primitive Art and Culture
1058 Kingstown Rd., P.O. Box A, Peace Dale, RI 02883
Saugatucket River Heritage Corridor Coalition
313 Main Street, P.O. Box 209, Wakefield, RI 02880
327 Main St., P.O. Box 336, Wakefield, RI 02879
South County Museum
100 Anne Hoxsie Ln., P.O. Box 709, Narragansett, RI 02882
All information about the bike path is from a brochure about the William C. O'Neill Bike Path. For more information about the area in general, contact the South County Tourism Council at 401-789-4422, or visit