Hanes EcoSmart&reg; Cotton-Rich Women's Drawstring Sweatpants
My mom and I love to wear Hanes pants and JMS for the sweat shirts. For years we go early in the season and get our sets for winter. However, I am not sure I would spend any more money on this product!!!! The pilling is just horrid and after one wash they look terrible . I take a pumice stone to try and get the little balls off (which feels to me like sand ). I am totally unable to tolerate that feeling. Please improve this product. I will miss the
warmth next year! And while I am at it . What's up with not sewing the crotch down on both side. I really liked the modern briefs in the package, but they are much to unconfortabe to me
March 11, 2012
I really wanted to like these. :( I can't even wear them anymore. The pilling is SO bad that my kids tell me I'm "shedding." They do fit well and are very soft. The waist band has gotten twisted on both pairs; another reason why I don't wear them. The price was great but in this case, I definitely got what I paid for. Not recommended.
March 9, 2012
A great standard
I bought a medium in white. They are great for what I need. I wear a smaller size 6 in most pants and these are a bit roomy, but I don't mind. I bought a size small before and those were too short(I am 5'5"). The material is better than average. The waist band occasionally gets twisted. Overall, I am very happy with these pants, especially for such a great price.
March 9, 2012
I'm 5'6" tall, 164 lb., 34" waist, 42" hips. I ordered the XL the first time and they were too big & very baggy. Sent them back and got 5 pair of the large. Took a while before I received the exchange but not a problem. After washing them several times, they still fit perfectly and as soft as they were when I bought them. I wear them every day everywhere and will definitely buy them again next year. Also happy they don't have pockets as it would ruin the slim look they give. Not to thin nor too thick but not for the hot summer. Great price as well. #and no I don't work for Hanes#
March 5, 2012