Amazon Shoppers Love These $15 Joggers So Much, They "Can't Seem to Wear Anything Else"
And the sweats come in 39 styles.
I love that joggers are in style.
Ever since my days as a sub-par 7-year-old athlete trotting around in breakaway sweats, my legs have been constrained to tight pants and rigid waistbands while in public. But now, thanks to maybe Kim Kardashian West or Emily Ratajkowski or some other gorgeous angel who ushered sweatpants into the mainstream fashion consciousness, my present-day self can be as supremely comfortable as my gangly-youthed self.
If you, too, would like to recapture the coziness of after-school soccer practice (sans the swoosh-swoosh sound), Amazon shoppers have found the perfect pair of jogger pants for you. With over 3,000 reviews, SweatyRock's Drawstring Waist Workout Active Pant with Pocket aren't just "super cute," but "surprisingly sturdy and comfy."
Other happy shoppers seem at a loss for words other than "love." Under a review titled "love, love, love," for example, one shopper wrote, "Love these joggers! Multiple ways of wearing them. Very comfy and I can't seem to wear anything else at the moment." (Related: Sporty Pajamas Active Ladies Will Love)
The joggers come in 39 styles, so your choices are far from limited. You could go total loungewear in plaid or stripes, athleisure chic in geometric color blocking, or opt for a style that's reminiscent of much pricier Adidas looks. There are camo prints for the bolder dressers and designs emblazoned with words for those who like to wear their heart on their, er, pant leg.
For me, there's a much chicer, more fitted version of those breakaway pants I so miss, but this time the 100-percent cotton material will be even softer (and quieter) than the polyester warm-ups of the '90s. (Related: These Celebs Are Totally Obsessed with Spanx Workout Clothes)
You can start shopping the comfy SweatyRocks bottoms for as little as $15, with prices up to $22 depending on the size and pattern you choose. Be warned, though: It'll be tough to pick just one style.
This story originally appeared on People.com by Claudia Fisher.