Coldsmoke Windbloc Fleece Joggers

Mar 10, 2017

Category: Gear

Before ColdSmoke’s team of designers commits to taking an idea and turning it into reality, they ask themselves a simple question. “Would we want to take this with us on a trip around the world?” If the answer is no, they spike it. Their answer on the Windbloc Fleece Joggers? A resounding yes. We can see why.

Made from Polartec’s Windbloc fabric, these pants are able to cut through gusty winter winds while keeping you warm with a micro-velour backing. Windproof and warm? Not something you usually see from a pair of joggers. In addition to sourcing this incredibly versatile fabric, the Los Angeles based outdoor apparel company made sure to cut these things so as to be durable and substantive than your average pair of sweats. The crotch is gusseted, the draw-string waist is thick wide enough to fit comfortably, and the pants feature three zippered pockets for securely storing carry items. When was the last time you were excited about joggers? Yeah, it’s been a while for us too. Get a pair for your globe-trotting adventures for about $140.

Purchase: $139

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