10 Best Sweatpants

Updated on: February 2021

Best Sweatpants in 2021


Champion Men's Powerblend Retro Fleece Jogger Pant, Black, Small

Champion Men's Powerblend Retro Fleece Jogger Pant, Black, Small
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Hanes Men's EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant, Charcoal Heather, 3X Large

Hanes Men's EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant, Charcoal Heather, 3X Large
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • 50% Cotton/50% Polyester fleece, with up to 5% made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Inside draw cord for secure fit
  • Cinched cuffs for athletic fit
  • Machine wash cold with like colors; non chlorine bleach when needed; Tumble dry medium

Champion Men's Closed Bottom Light Weight Jersey Sweatpant, Granite Heather, Medium

Champion Men's Closed Bottom Light Weight Jersey Sweatpant, Granite Heather, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Lightweight, comfortable cotton jersey fabric; Handy side pockets
  • Athletic fit for comfort
  • Relaxed elastic bottom band

Hanes mens EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant with Pocket black L

Hanes mens EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant with Pocket black L
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • 50 percent cotton/50 percent polyester fleece, with up to 5 percent made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Convenient side seam pockets
  • Inside draw cord for secure fit
  • Open hem pant legs for a relaxed look
  • Machine wash cold with like colors; non chlorine bleach when needed; tumble dry medium

Hanes Men's Jogger Sweatpant with Pockets, Navy, X Large

Hanes Men's Jogger Sweatpant with Pockets, Navy, X Large
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • 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

Southpole Men's Active Basic Jogger Fleece Pants, Heather Charcoal, Large

Southpole Men's Active Basic Jogger Fleece Pants, Heather Charcoal, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • SP active is an active sports line of Southpole
  • Adjustable waist cord for comfort
  • Ribbed ankle
  • Big and Tall Available

Soffe Big Boys' Sweatpant, Oxford, Medium

Soffe Big Boys' Sweatpant, Oxford, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • 9-oz. fleece
  • Covered elastic waistband with inside drawstring
  • Elastic bottom leg

adidas Women's Essentials Women's 3-Stripes Fleece Joggers, Medium Grey Heather/White, Small

adidas Women's Essentials Women's 3-Stripes Fleece Joggers, Medium Grey Heather/White, Small
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Slim fit is slender and refined through the hip to the ankle
  • Tapered legs; Ribbed cuffs
  • Drawcord on elastic waist lets you customize your fit; Ribbed cuffs for a snug fit

Under Armour Men's Rival Fleece Pants, Black (001)/Black, Large

Under Armour Men's Rival Fleece Pants, Black (001)/Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Ultra soft, 230g cotton blend fleece
  • Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
  • Encased elastic waistband with external drawcord
  • Open hand pockets with right side internal phone pocket
  • Straight leg fit

Fruit of the Loom Men's Elastic Bottom Sweatpants (M, Steel Grey)

Fruit of the Loom Men's Elastic Bottom Sweatpants (M, Steel Grey)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Fruit of the Loom Men's Elastic Bottom Sweatpant
  • Jogger style sweatpants with functional pockets
  • 60% cotton, 40% polyester
  • Machine wash cold

Why Women Might 'Let Themselves Go' After Having a Baby

She's stopped wearing makeup or fixing her hair. Maybe she's put on a few pounds and/or maybe she runs around in less-than-sexy sweats all the time. Why did this happen?

It's understandable how few men actually understand the concept of a woman who changes so dramatically in such a little amount of time. It's as shocking as parenthood itself. I get how you, in the overwhelming jolt of becoming a parent, could want your partner to revert back to the way they were pre-baby, as if their body hadn't been through such an ordeal, as if they weren't weighed down with responsibility. It would present some amount of normalcy for you in the midst of chaos, right?

At least that would be better than the other option which is that you're a superficial jerk who just wants someone to look good on his arm. I hope that isn't the case.

What happened?

Life happened. The female body goes through tremendous physical and hormonal changes in carrying and delivering your offspring. Not only is a new life born but a new person in your partner is born, too. She's now a Mom (capitalized on purpose) and for the next five years, almost all of her attention and thoughts will be on that child. This will be especially true through the first six months when she will be in pure survival mode.

Men and women tend to view life differently when it comes to parenthood. While I can't pretend to know what it's like for a man, for a woman, it's such an eye-opening experience. Things that used to matter no longer do. Things like getting all dolled up just for a trip to the grocery store is no longer very feasible. If you spent every two hours with something sucking on your nipples, you wouldn't feel like getting dressed up either.

Reasons why a woman might let herself go

-You're not helping her.

Whether you work or not should not be a factor in whether you help. It's your child, too. Your wife doesn't get a chance to "clock out" and get away from her job. You should be more than willing to give her that chance.

-Boredom

Why care about your appearance if you never do anything but hang out with kids? Let's say that the first six months have passed and she doesn't show any sign of wanting to make herself look better. If there is no hobby for her to go do or no time for just the two of you every once in a while, then why should she care? It makes no sense to get dressed up or be concerned about your appearance when your entire life revolves around entertaining a child and cleaning the house.

-Sadness/Depression

It could be depression or just general sadness. Someone who feels down most of the time isn't going to care about keeping herself up.

In particular, there is a type of depression called postpartum depression that affects up to 125% of new moms. It happens anytime in the first year of giving birth. It doesn't matter if it is the first baby or the fifth, postpartum depression can develop. It's important you know this as her partner; you may recognize the signs before she does.

-You're lowering her self esteem

I only mention this because I've seen men berate their spouses by calling them names or by constantly telling them what they should or shouldn't eat or wear. This type of "shaming them" to try to get them to change themselves does NOT work and only works against the goal.

And if you're doing such a horrific thing, perhaps you need reevaluating for yourself before you criticize someone else.

Having a child is a huge change. You can't expect your wife to look or act the same way she did before having children.

Source: observation, self, 1http://www.depressionperception.com/depression/depression_facts_and_statistics.asp#postpartum

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