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They make great PJs, too.

You might want to warn anyone that lives with you that they should be ready to see a lot of the Marmot Women's Power Stretch Boot Cut Pant this winter. The temptation to spend a lot of time in this pant is overwhelming (especially on lazy Sundays) thanks to the Power Stretch fleece that ensures comfortable warmth and offer plenty of stretch. While this wicking, breathable fleece makes an excellent first layer under ski pants, Marmot added a slight flare at the hem and an attractive, wide-elastic and drawstring waist to turn the Power Stretch Bootleg Pant an excellent choice for yoga classes, cold-weather runs, or just running errands.

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5 5

Yes I've slept in mine.

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Get these while you still can!! I got one pair in December ... and a second pair in January!

Straight numbers to compare to the size chart : my waist is ~28" before food; 30-31" when I've eaten anything that isn't nailed down. Hips are 37". My bubble butt is due to extreme lumbar lordosis.

These pants are shaped to fit curvy women. Check the sizing chart -- they are gauged on an 11" development (hip # minus waist #)

Since I only have a 9" development, I ordered Medium for my 28" waist and ignored the hip size. The butt fits great. I can pinch about an inch of loose fabric in the side of the hips; same for each thigh. On an empty stomach, cinching up the waist drawstring helps keep out the draft. After a big apr?s-ski meal, the waistband uncinched is perfect, NOT uncomfortably tight at all. Under my ski pants - these are dreamy. Under jeans - they take a little shimmying around to get comfy. By themselves - I think they're more comfy as "housewear" than sweats or yoga pants.

With my curvy butt, I'm totally in love with the high waistband -- a WELCOME CHANGE compared to most mid- and low-rise pants that usually have such a slight angle on the waistband that the fronts cover my navel while my poor butt freezes in the breeze. The powerstretch is fluffy and super soft so a little extra material in the front doesn't bother me anywhere near as much as other pants.

Compared to my other base layers and poly-pants I used as base layers -- their stink resistance is very good. After a wash, they dry astoundingly fast.

2 5

Poor fit for me

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

These pants are a great material and very soft, but the fit for me was bad. I have a lean, athletic frame but these were too tight and unflattering through my athletic bubble butt. I tried both the S and M, but they just didn't work.

Do these pants have any pockets?

Do these pants have any pockets?

5 5

Wear everywhere!

I bought these as a gift for my mom for Christmas and she loves them! She wears them to the gym, walking the dog, and around the house. They're soft and warm enough to wear outside for a walk on a mild winter day. She is a usually medium and that is what I bought her and it fits, but if you are between sizes you probably want to go to the larger size.

How cold can you run in these?

How cold can you run in these?

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If you are wearing only this layer on your legs,I would say mid to upper 20s. If you pull on a next-to-skin layer, and wear the power stretch pants as an outer layer, you could probably be comfortable nearer 20 degrees, perhaps below. However, this is all dependent on the person, as some folks are hot or cold-natured. Hope this helps!