10 The Best Sweatpants

Updated on: February 2021

The Best Sweatpants in 2021


Champion Men's Closed Bottom Light Weight Jersey Sweatpant, Black, Large

Champion Men's Closed Bottom Light Weight Jersey Sweatpant, Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Lightweight, comfortable cotton jersey fabric. Handy side pockets
  • Athletic fit for comfort
  • Relaxed elastic bottom band
  • Side pockets for storage; Inseam: 32-inches.

Hanes mens EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant with Pocket black L

Hanes mens EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant with Pocket black L
BESTSELLER NO. 2 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, Black, Large

Hanes Men's Jogger Sweatpant with Pockets, Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 3 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

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

Hanes Men's EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant, Charcoal Heather, X Large
BESTSELLER NO. 4 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

Hanes Women's Mid Rise Cinch Bottom Fleece Sweatpant, Ebony, Small

Hanes Women's Mid Rise Cinch Bottom Fleece Sweatpant, Ebony, Small
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • 50% Cotton/50% Polyester, 40% Cotton/60% Polyester depending on the color
  • Wide, elastic waistband for a flexible fit
  • Cinched leg opening. Low pill fabric
  • 30" inseam
  • All the comfort of Hanes with our famous tag-free collar

Fruit of the Loom Men's Fleece Sweatpants, Navy, Large

Fruit of the Loom Men's Fleece Sweatpants, Navy, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Open-bottom sweatpant in cotton blend featuring elasticized waistband with drawcord and side pockets
  • Only Non-Chlorine Bleach when needed - Tumble Dry Low

Amazon Essentials Women's Studio Terry Capri, Black, L

Amazon Essentials Women's Studio Terry Capri, Black, L
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • This easy-wearing capri jogger features a classic look that shifts from weekday to weekend without missing a beat
  • Features patch pockets and an elasticized waistband with adjustable drawstring
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

Amazon Essentials Men's Fleece Sweatpants, Charcoal Heather, Large

Amazon Essentials Men's Fleece Sweatpants, Charcoal Heather, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • A relaxed straight leg and elastic waistband bring lounge-ready style to this classic casual pant
  • On-seam side pockets with a 32" inseam
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

Hanes womens ComfortSoft EcoSmart Women's Petite Open Bottom Leg Sweatpants Ebony Large

Hanes womens ComfortSoft EcoSmart Women's Petite Open Bottom Leg Sweatpants Ebony Large
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • 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

Champion Men's Jersey Jogger, Black, XL

Champion Men's Jersey Jogger, Black, XL
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • 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.

Go to Weight Watchers or Become an Artist's Model?

I'll be the first to admit it. Overweight old people don't look good naked. We've got bulges and things that look better draped in tee-shirts and sweat pants. It's not just the extra pounds but.....

Me? I sometimes wonder if I was once the Venus of Willendorf before she turned into limestone. Unfortunately, most of you will never get to Vienna to see her. But she has her counterparts in primitive art from all over the world---the fertility goddesses carved of various stones---so you can use your imagination about my figure type. Why couldn't I have been born back then when 'mature' bodies were revered and worshipped? "Hefty woman. Works hard. Lives through famines. Makes good babies." When the heck did that ideal of femininity slip out of fashion?

Fluffy women were still desirable when Botticelli was into painting nude women in 1480s. But those wide-assed ladies with flat, lifeless hair wouldn't get a second look in a pick-up bar today. And Mona of the Mona Lisa fame, she'd have to drop thirty-forty pounds if she wanted to find a husband in the year 2020. Her beautiful, creamy skin and soft eyes wouldn't cut it at a place like Mickey Gilley's without a cropped top to show off a flat belly she doesn't have. Can you image Mona line dancing! There'd be a few red necks down there in the south that would make "mooing" sounds at the poor girl. Then what would happen to her famous smile?

I've been slinky and skinny. I've been fat and fluffy. I've been in between, bouncing around for a lot of years. I was probably sitting at one of the very first Watch Watchers meeting in town back when they thought dehydrated onion flakes and pimientos makes everything taste better and bouillon cubes were a major food group. I've dropped in and I've dropped out of the diet and exercise crazes more times than I can count. Once, I was even on the belly dancing exercise program for weight reduction. No kidding. I had a hip-rider, layered transparent skirt with bells and other clinking things attached so you hear when your hips were moving just right. Okay, so I was too chick to wear that skirt without a leotard underneath, but I still thought I was pretty hot stuff. And this is the kind of thing that young people don't understand about old people! Most of them seem to think we were all born with our gray hair, wrinkles and extra pounds. They don't look a Mrs. Santa Claus figure type like me and see a person who could have dreamed of owning a belly button jewel that would dazzle the guys as it moved up and down and around. They don't see an old man in a wheelchair, like my husband, and think to themselves that he was probably a hot piece of eye candy in his prime.

Growing older and imperfect makes you feel like you're also growing invisible. I'll bet I could walk into a bank in broad daylight and rob it and no one but the security camera could describe me. I hate feeling invisible. Even worse is being noticed and treated like my brain is operating on only two of eight its cylinders. "Here's your change, dear. Can you find your car in the parking lot?" Elvis may have left the building, but I still have all the bats in my belfry. Thank you, very much! And how does that young twerpy clerk know that I didn't come riding in on a customized Harley-Davidson Screami' Eagle? Old people have the money for toys like that, you know.

Back when I was young and dreaming of fame at the end of a paint brush, I took a lot of life figure drawing and painting classes. They used to hire all types of people to pose nude. Fat ones, old ones and models with wrinkles and rolls were the most fun to draw and paint. So, I'm debating a decision: I either get back into Weight Watchers and I start a diet, or I go get a job posing for a life figure drawing class. The young people there would not only HAVE to look at me, they'd have to PAY to look at me as I lounged wearing nothing else but a Mona Lisa-like smile. And that smile would say it all: "One day, kids, you're going to look just like me."

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