• Panting ‘n Sweating

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    You can wear sweats outside of the gym. But none of that baggy business. They should be cut like your favorite pair of slim-fit chinos—close to the body and slightly tapered toward the ankle. I love the Ken Sweat Pant from Saturdays Surf NYC. The fit is perfect. The attitude is relaxed. The price is reasonable (the frugal preppie in me forbids me from spending over $125 on fleece…I can’t do it, not even in a New York state of mind).

    Photographed in Malibu, CA

    Saturday's slim silhouette allows you to dress down the essential sportswear piece with a vintage Harrington-style Lacoste and Vans or dress them up with tailored clothing—the heather gray welcomes being mistaken for a gray flannel trouser from afar. Made of a thick 55/45 cotton/polyester blend, the Ken Sweat Pant retains its shape through multiple wearings, boasts thick ribbing at the waistband and ankles, and comes equipped with a back patch pocket (wallets rejoice!). Best of all, you don’t have to sweat the $98 price tag.

    Nov 6, 2013 | Permalink (5) Total Comments

    vivienne westwood bag left a comment on 11/23/2014 at 10:49 PM:

    It features red ribbing at the collar, cuffs and hem, big bat-wing sleeves and oversized pockets at the shoulders. And as Dame Viv demonstrates, the ideal way of wearing a jacket like this is by layering clashing colours underneath.
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    Derek left a comment on 1/27/2014 at 5:31 PM:

    Good looking sweatpants…usually an ironic statement in itself! Decent sweats are hard to find. I must say though, for almost $100 the shape would have to last more than “multiple wearings.”


    John Smith left a comment on 12/20/2013 at 4:25 PM:

    If one was going to wear sweatpants outside the house, thats how you should do it.


    F.E. Castleberry left a comment on 12/20/2013 at 11:13 AM:

    @Brady P—A visit to the tailor, like you mentioned, could be in order if your inseam is less than 30”. Wash and hang dry them first kids!


    Brady P left a comment on 12/20/2013 at 11:05 AM:

    These sweatpants are amazing! They do run pretty long though, I had a few inches taken off the bottom and now they’re perfect


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