Turn one-star lodging into five stars with the super soft TKA 100 Pant.
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
These are easily the greatest pair of sweats I've ever owned, and maybe best pants period. They are crazy soft and warm. I am 5'11" about 165 and the Medium fits me perfectly. The side pockets are big enough to hold a lot, and the key to any sweats is the back pocket for your wallet. These not only have the back pocket but it zips too. I hate sweats without at least one back pocket. I dress for comfort only, unless I must dress up a bit, so I literally wear these daily, everywhere I go. I couldn't care less how I look, so that works for me. But even if you just wear them around the house you won't regret them. I am getting another pair tonight.
Hands down, best pair of sweats i've ever owned, they're lightweight, but still super warm
Chill as a cucumber
If you love being warm and comfy all the time, these pants are highly suggested.
They're made from Polartec fabric, which makes them quite wind resistant and warm for how light they feel.
Perfect for relaxing after a hard day on the slopes.
I have a 30 inch waist and have the small. They fit great, although I sometimes with the elastic on the waistband wasn't quite as tight.
Overall super pleased with these guys, and they'll always be the go-to lounging pants
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Very comfortable but more for hanging out than working out. Found the fit to be more snug and clingy than other North Face "sweats"
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I wear these pants almost everyday, comfortable and warm. Only problem I've had was that my wife kept stealing them so I got them in the grey also, problem solved! They also make for a good insulating layer when it's really cold.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These pants are my "go to" pants as soon as I get home and am able to lounge around. Even my 2 yo appreciates how soft and nice the fabric is. Seriously have thought about getting the other color as well.
I have a 32-33" waist. I tried on a pair...
I have a 32-33" waist. I tried on a pair of Larges at a store and they seemed to fit ok after tying the drawstring. There wasn't a medium there on deck to try them out. Think the L will be ok or should I really ck out the Med? Thanks in advance!!!
Definetly a medium unless you want really baggy fleece and you really wouldn't want to wear these as an outer layer due to their poor wind resistance.
I liked them,
but they ran big, and the inseam was much too long. And they didn't have the next size down, so I'm without. But they looked and felt nice!
North Face tka100 pants
I have had these pants for years and just bought two more pair.
The material is extremely comfortable and does not break down and pill like many fleeces.
Perfect lounging pants or for just walking around anywhere.
So soft and comfy - my husband won't take them off!
Ok, he eventually takes them off, but he'd rather not. These are by far his favorite clothing item to wear around the house or camping.
what's not to love?
Incredible pants. I wear mine almost every day and they have yet to really disappoint me.
The only minor thing about these pants, is that I wish they were a little looser in the waist. I'm 5'7 130 lbs and 29-30 inch waist, and the smalls can get a little snug on my waist.
Other than that, these pants have stood up incredibly well. I've had mine for a few years and they barely show any wear at all.
Surprisingly wind resistant and warm for how much they weigh, highly recommended
you just can't go wrong with this pants
I'm 170cm and weight about 75kg, size S fits just perfectly. As other people already mentioned, these are super soft and comfy. And you'd better order 2 pants right away, cause you'll love them.
Super comfy but very very long
These are fleece pants. Basically they are sweat pants that aren't cotton so they're super soft and much lighter. Theses are prefect for lounging around on weekends and chilling at home, but not a high - performance piece of gear. They are too loose or 'relaxed fit' for anything technical, so if you're getting these for anything other than straight chilling you should look elsewhere. My only gripe and why 4/5 stars is the size. Inseam is quoted at 32" but that may even be less seems more like 33 - 34. They are very very long. I have a medium and I am 5'8 150 and these things are way too long on me. I have to role them up or just step on them if im not wearing boots. Unless you're at least 6' be prepared for the outrageous length, again only good if the couch is your primary objective. Overall comfort is unparalled for sweats, but the size leaves something to be desired.
If you're a t-shirt and jeans guy like me, get ready to have your mind blown. I'm 5'8, around 130lbs, usually wear 30x30, and the size S fit perfectly.
Avid skier loves the lightweight fabric, but warmth it provides! highly recommended!
very warm and soft. My boyfriend loved them and they fit him perfectly. He is 5'11", 185lbs and wears a 32 in pants.
Can't go wrong.
I think this material is angel hair woven into fabric. Its so good when it hits your skin. Laying around the house or going out on a chilly day these pants are your best bet.
These North Face fleece pants are very comfortable. They are great loungewear for hanging around the house, but stylish enough to wear pre/post ski at the resort condo or driving home from the resort with a stop at the store or diner......I have a couple of pairs because they are so comfortable. The sizing is true North Face........the fit is always a little snug......which is good for somethings but for loungewear.....you need some room for the boys......(TMI)....so order a size up from the normal......for me at 6'1 205.....that is an XL.......