- Designed with moisture-wicking properties and built to retain its shape.
- Elastic waistband with drawcord, and multiple hidden and zippered pockets to keep your goods secure on the go.
- Reflective OK logo on front and Outerknown logo on back.
62% recycled polyester, 38% polyester.
Made responsibly from a recycled polyester blend.
- 28" inseam; 10 3/4" leg opening on size M.
- Machine wash cold. Gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Cool iron if necessary. Dry cleanable.
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Warm-Up Knit Jogger
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- PPaulVerified Reviewer3 weeks agoReviewingWarm-Up Knit JoggerRated 3 out of 5 starsVery comfortable, but didn't last.
I really wanted to give this a 5-star review. The review is based on the design and durability. I purchased last winter, but didn't start using until late spring. After 4 months of light use for walking my dog, one side of the drawstrings came completely out of the waistband. It seems odd that the left and the right drawstrings don't connect to each other, but they don't. At the back of the pant, there is an elastic piece of fabric that is about 6 inches wide. It separates the left tubular channel from the right side. It looks like the drawstring stops at that back piece and does not loop all of the way around. It must have not been sewn in very well. It isn't something that you can just thread another cord through the channel.
Thankfully, I sew for a living, so I will have to figure out how to repair this, or upcycle it into something else.