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The Hanes EcoSmart Sweatpants have a broad elastic waistband that sits just right without digging in. Open at the bottom, they lengthen the leg rather than visually chopping it at the ankle. They're available in 11 colors — every last one both cute and practical (from solid black to a soft heathered purple). And...wait for it...they're on sale right now for 50% off, down from $22 to just $11. You've probably spent almost as much on a latte.
“I loved finding these on sale to wear at home or to bed! I can even wear them out if I wanted,” one shopper raved. “I have machine washed them and hung to dry to make them last as long as possible without getting rough on the inside and so far so good! VERY COMFORTABLE! Great for inside, whether cold out and the heat is on, or hot out and the air conditioning is on. Very happy!”
“These are the most comfortable pairs of comfy pants I own,” they shared. “I purchased them for working out. After wearing them the first time, they were immediately renamed comfy pants and a second pair was ordered. The fabric is baby soft inside and just thick enough without being bulky. The waistband fits gently yet still stays in place.”
Some even compared them to more expensive loungewear: “Love these sweatpants!” one shopper noted. “They are sooo soft and fit as nicely as expensive athleisure wear. The waistband is wide and stretchy and the cut nice enough to wear out on errands, etc. They're perfect for WFH where you want something comfortable, but don't want to feel sloppy and unprofessional.”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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