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Easton's line of performance apparel, including the Quantum Plus Pant, are meticulously fashioned with a focus on the game's subtleties, and the technologies that make them fell better. With a pro ribbed elastic waistband, Bio-Dri moisture wicking materials, open pant bottoms and Easton's Inseam Adjustment System, the Quantum Plus Pant keeps players cool, comfortable and custom-fit.
Great pair of baseball pants. I'm 6"4 with some pretty long legs and these pants give me the coverage I need. Lasted about a year playing hard three times a week. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Michael M.
These pants are very tight and very long. I wear a size 34 and the large which is supposed to be 34-36 barely fits. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jason W.
Baseball pants are great for people who are 6'0" but not so much for anyone smaller. If I get a small size it is too tight and still too long. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Steve
Great, basic baseball pant for my 13 year old son. We purchased the small which fit perfectly for his 5'9", 110 lb. frame. Read morePublished 18 days ago by C. Williams
These pants were finally long enough for my 6'4, 180 lb. teen (I ordered a M, perfect fit/length. He usually wears 33x34))! I have my new source for long baseball pants. Read morePublished 18 days ago by K. Ward
While they were good at first, with the adjustable length and such, they quickly fell apart. They scuffed after a couple games and the zipper was finicky and eventually tore.Published 20 days ago by Elizabeth R.
Great pants: good quality pants, with solid construction, thick material and fit well!Published 21 days ago by AOK
The pants are Nice, Very Long in the length dept so if your kid isn't 6'9" or taller you will definitely need some hem tape.Published 25 days ago by Redzone
Pants were a bit long, but the velcro adjustments helped to get the right fit.Published 1 month ago by Steven Turkington