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Get Your Butt in Gear: Nike Cold Weather Pants

If cold weather doesn't stop you from exercising outdoors, then you're going to need some pants that both insulate to keep you warm, and wick away moisture to keep you dry. Check out the Cold Weather Pants from Nike ($65).

They're made with dri-FIT fabric, which is high-performance microfiber polyester. This material pulls sweat off your body and into the fabric's surface, where it evaporates leaving skin dry and keeping you warm. The backs of the legs have terry cloth inserts so you'll be able to move freely (I hate when the material bunches up behind my knees). These pants will help you stay warm and comfy.

Not only can you use them for exercising in the cool weather, but you can also layer them underneath snow pants if you ski, ride or snowshoe. They come in Black, Anthracite (gray), and Sable Green. Order them from Nike.com.

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ang672 ang672 8 years
I just got the shirt that goes with these and its really comfortable and warm. Just like under armour but the logo isn't on the collar so you can wear it more. I would get these if I had the xtra $$.
alaski alaski 8 years
nice pants
alaski alaski 8 years
nice pants
SallieParker SallieParker 8 years
No! I used to take the same attitude, that exercise clothes are basically junk clothes and you shouldn't pay much for them. Now I say, you get what you pay for. I just saw a friend in these pants the other day (in black, but you can get them in dark grey and deep green too). They are really really nice looking. They're not obnoxiously athletic, stripey or baggy. You can wear them around as casual/fashion trews. Or run in them...I'll be doing 40-50 miles a week this winter, and a lot of that is going to be outside. Might as well look good during a major chunk of my life.
KACIEJPC KACIEJPC 8 years
Thats a lot of money to pay for pants that you are just going to run in
latent latent 8 years
Check out Ross, or Burlington, though Ross has more of their stuff on hand. They've got GREAT prices on Nike hoodies, track pants, etc. right now. Not so much with running specific attire, or cycling attire, unless you happen to catch them as soon as they put it out, but if they DO have it? YAY! I've gotten the dri fit tanks, running shorts, etc. for under $20 by digging around in that mess!
latent latent 8 years
Check out Ross, or Burlington, though Ross has more of their stuff on hand. They've got GREAT prices on Nike hoodies, track pants, etc. right now. Not so much with running specific attire, or cycling attire, unless you happen to catch them as soon as they put it out, but if they DO have it? YAY! I've gotten the dri fit tanks, running shorts, etc. for under $20 by digging around in that mess!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
latent same here!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
latent same here!
latent latent 8 years
I love Nike's stuff but I hate their prices. =/
marygrace marygrace 8 years
those look pretty good. i've been looking to buy some warmer pants, as i've been running outside in pretty thin leggings the last couple weeks and my legs have been going numb! $65 is a little expensive for me though, i wonder if any of the less pricey brands have something similar?
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