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KUHL Thermik Denim Pant - Women's

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    Thermik Denim Pant

    Unlike other jeans, the KUHL Thermik Denim Pant is uniquely adapted to colder weather. The interior is lined with a suede finish for extra warmth, and the aptly named Thermik denim acts as a windbreaker during long winter commutes. It features a straight fit that's slim at the hips and upper thigh, but relaxed through the ankle for wearing with your favorite boots.

    • Winter-worthy jeans for colder days around town
    • Special denim construction blocks wind chill
    • Suede finish lining offers warm next-to-skin comfort
    • Internal draw cord achieves a secure, adjustable fit
    • Item #KUH00E3

    Tech Specs

    Thermik Denim (53% cotton, 47% elasterell)
    Leg Opening
    2 hand, 1 coin, 2 rear
    internal drawcord
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Thank you for the 16 option

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 16
    • Height: 5'5"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    Nice to see these available in a 16.

    They fit me, but not quite as good as a curvy fit. So if you're a little straighter body type you'll appreciate more than if you are a little curvier. They fit ok standing straight, were a touch narrow in the thighs for me, and waist wasn't as comfortable when bending.

    Otherwise, seems like great construction, thick but stretchy denim. Great choice for fall. The fly has a zipper and snap instead of a button and an internal drawstring. The snap may be problematic (it's not the strongest snap I've ever seen), but a belt, or the internal drawstring may counter-act that issue.