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BAGGY GYM WORKOUT PANTS-acid rain print | Apparel

by INTERNATIONAL BAGGYZ


List Price: $39.95  


Brand:  INTERNATIONAL BAGGYZ
Color:  Black
Size:  X-Large
Department:  Mens


FEATURES


• 3" WAISTBAND, DRAWSTRING, 2 SIDE SEAM POCKETS
• 50/50 COTTON/POLY JERSEY MATERIAL
• MADE IN THE USA AND MACHINE WASHABLE. See Sizing Chart
• LEGS ARE TAPERED TO THE ANKLES FOR A STYLISH, COMFORTABLE, RELAXING SLIMMING LOOK
• SUPER COMFORTABLE, GREAT FOR ALL TYPES OF EXERCISE, WORKING OUT, WEIGHTLIFTING, WALKING OR JUST RELAXING


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Product Description
You will Love these Baggy Gym Pants! Great for the gym or if you just want to wear a super comfortable pair of pants. High quality 50/50 cotton poly jersey material. Great for all types of sports, exercise & fitness, weightlifting, walking or just relaxing. Featuring a 3" waistband, 2 side seam pockets and drawstring. Available in Size Medium, Large & Extra Large. For best results, wash in cold water and hang dry. Visit our Sunshine Casuals Storefront at http://www.amazon.com/gp/searchref=sr_nr_p_4_0?me=AHXTTILF7MLGM for more great selections of prints & solid colors. BAGGY GYM WORKOUT PANT W/ DRAWSTRING SIZING INFORMATION: Size Medium: Height 5'6"-5'10", Waist 28"-33", Inseam 32". Size Large: Height 5'9"-6'2", Waist 34"-37", Inseam 33". Size XL: Height 5'10"-6'4", Waist 38"-42", Inseam 33.5".

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