Throw on the Patagonia Men's Terrebonne Joggers before hitting the trail and experience lightweight, quick-drying, and supple comfort from mile one to mile 12. Crafted from a stretchy polyester ripstop, and treated with DWR, these bottoms keep up with all of your fast-paced movements while adding light protection against rain and wind. This plush fabric is also so light and compressible that these joggers are able to be packed down to the size of the back pocket for easy storage. Articulated shaping at the knees further enhances your range of motion, while the comfortable waistband and cuffs allow you to take the Terrebonnes to the climbing gym or yoga studio.
- High-performing, comfy, and lightweight bottoms for active days
- Stretchy ripstop fabric is mobile and water-resistant
- Compressible design allows pants to pack down in back pocket
- Slim fit keeps soft fabric close to skin
- Stretch-knit waistband and cuffs offer soft comfort
- Multiple pockets carry along your map, phone, and snacks
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- Q & A
Awesome Spring Pants!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 175lbs
I love these pants. Offers great breath-ability, super stretchy and comfortable, looks great from the crag to the office.
Great Running Pant
I ordered the Terrebonne Joggers hoping for a product to fill the space between running shorts and fleece-lined running pants. For reference purposes, in warmer temperatures (above 40-45 degrees) I run in the Patagonia Strider Pro Shorts or Arc'teryx Adan Shorts, and in cooler temperatures (below 25-30 degrees) I run in the Salomon Trail Warm Pants. That said, the Terrebonne exceeded my expectations in filling my middle temperature range (30-50). I really appreciate the quality, fit, and feel of the Patagonia running products, and the Joggers are no exception. The DWR finished fabric is lightweight and breathable; however, these are not wind resistant, so I recommend wearing appropriate compression shorts underneath. This morning I ran four miles in 30 degrees with a 3mph wind. The pants were comfortable and adequately protected my legs, without causing me to overheat. I anticipate wearing them up in a variety of conditions up to 50 degrees, and would simply layer down my upper body to further regulate my own temperature. I am 5'7" and 155lbs, so I ordered size small (same as the products mentioned above), which fit perfectly.