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- 50% Cotton/50% Polyester
- Machine Wash
- Medium-weight 9 oz fleece keeps in body heat so you can stay warm
- Dri-Power moisture wicking technology keeps you dry
- Elastic waistband with inside quick cord, for an adjustable fit
- Generous side pockets to carry your accessories with you on the go
- Inseams- S-30", M-31", L-32", XL-33", XXL-34", 3XL-35, 4XL-36"
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Stay warm all season wearing the Russell Athletic Men's Dri-Power Open Bottom Sweatpants with Pockets. Made with medium-weight fleece, featuring our Dri-Power moisture wicking technology to keep body heat in so you can stay warm and dry. Elastic waistband with inside quick cord, for an adjustable fit. Relaxed open bottom and generous pockets to carry your accessories with you on the go. A customer favorite suitable for working out, or hanging out.
- Package Dimensions: 10.8 x 10 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000U6AF1S
- Item model number: 596HBM0
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 15, 2007
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Top customer reviews
$ 16.99 purchase
Me: 49 yo, 6' - 0" (183cm), 200 lbs (90.7 kg), 36" (91.4cm) waist, 34" (86.4) inseam, 7" (8cm) rise.
Sweat Size Measurements
Size: L - G - G
Waist: 30" (76.2 cm), unstretched.
Waistband is moderately wide 1 3/4" (4.5 cm).
Rise: 15.5" (39.4 cm)
Inseam: 31" (78.7 cm)
Outseam: 42.5" (108 cm)
Cuff: 9" (23 cm)
Cuff is open; not elastic shrunk to ankles.
Pockets are deeper than other sweats I tested. They're well positioned and do not flare out making hips look wider. I really like this design feature compared to other sweat pants pockets which flare out doubling the appearance of your hip width. These do not do that.
Drawstring is the lazy manufacturer type, single-cord, inside the pants, which requires a loop type knot to hold them tighter. The loop type knot is a complete PITA to untie when you want to open the knot and loosen the drawstring. The cord used for the waistband drawstring is a type that really ties into a tight knot. Why all manufacturers cannot cut the drawstring so that it can be tied like a shoe is a mystery.
General quality impression: These sweats look good when you're wearing them (except for the long crotch drop in front of the pants). The color (black) looks great. The stitching quality was normal/good. I didn't wash them yet, so I don't know how they hold up through several washings. I do not use a dryer for most clothes so that they last longer and the color stays solid. After I've washed these several times I'll get back here and update this.
Pros: Nice cut and fit (except for massively deep crotch). Looks good with pockets that don't flare out. Open bottoms are nice and prevent baggy blousing at the ankles. I'm white and so don't have a butt and these look much better than some manufacturer's sweats which turn a white ass into an office ass looking square box. These don't do that--Kudos Russell.
Cons: MASSIVELY DEEP CROTCH. Why does a pair of (any) pants need to be pulled up to your chin so that the crotch fits? These Russell sweat pants have a crotch that is literally a foot and a half deep. I measured the rise from the bottom of my crotch, in a straight line, to the bottom of my waist (while laying flat) and it is 6 to 7 inches (15.2 to 17.8 cm) -- so with these sweats (size large), there is a compete foot (12" (30.5 cm)) of extra material before the waist is reached. Stupid. Why do we need to pay $ 70 for work out pants to get a fit that looks good with a true inseam and a true rise so that there is not a foot of pants bagging below the crotch? Can't manufacturers like Russell buy a pair of really good fitting work out pants and then unstitch them to see the measurements and then recreate the pattern so that $ 5, $ 10, $ 15 sweats look good? If I had the capital I'd start a $ 10 "tailored" sweats company so that no matter your dimensions the pair of sweats would look good proportionally on your frame.
Summary: For the price these are good, not great. I"m keeping them because compared to the other sweat pants these have a better fit (albeit, not counting the horrible mile deep crotch). I'll cut the drawstring loop so that I can tie these like shoes.
I would rate 5 star except for one quality issue. After wearing my sweats all day when i took them off i found i had walked around all day with a 3 inch hole in the back. the seam was never stitched. Returning would cost me almost as much as I paid, so i will need to sew them myself. I may buy again because everything else is just what i want, but manufacturer needs better quality control.
Not only that, but the left pocket wasn't stitched, so anything I slipped into my pocket would just fall right down on my foot!
Not satisfied with this purchase. Wouldn't recommend unless you're looking for some baggy sweat pants.