Nike Women's Legend Regular Poly Pants
There are so many storylines related to the Women's Nike Legend Regular Pant we could write a novel, but well try to keep it to a short story. First, the sweat wicking Dri-FIT material is made from the equivalent of ten recycled plastic bottles. Theres the environmental thread. The fabric also contains spandex for freedom of movement, and has a brushed interior for a ridiculously soft feel. Fit and design elements constitute another thread, the inside waistband is made from powermesh fabric to slim and flatten, the rise was lowered in the front and tilted up in the back for coverage, and a v-shaped seam connects the waist to the legs. The pant is also the result of over two years of work, 80,000 body scans and 33 different fit iterations, odds are, it will fit you. You may put the pant on for yoga, but youll probably leave the Legend Regular Pant for women from Nike on all day.
- Material: Dri-FIT recycled poly fabric
- Powermesh waistband
- Flat seams
- Fit: Regular
Purchase the Nike Legend Regular Poly Pants for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- February 3 2012
I purchased these pants because I am planning a trip to Italy and wanted pants that would be comfortable, attractive, and practical. These pants meet all of those requirements. They fit well and can be dressed up or down. I learned about them from a friend who wears them everywhere, especially when she travels. I will wear these pants here at home as well. They are that comfortable and attractive.
- January 29 2012
These pants are very comfortable (the fabric is smooth and feels great to the skin), and are great for both working out and lounging around. They are also very flattering. I gained a lot of weight after a big accident and needed something comfortable and flattering to get back to the gym and these are definitely great for that. My only issue with them is that they tend to roll off the stomach, which is annoying for those of us that have some stomach fat to lose. I still thought the pants were worth it, but it is obnoxious having to pull them up if I'm boxing or running. Though in all fairness, I have that problem with a lot of pants right now, and I didn't when I was much thinner, so I think it's something that will eventually not be an issue. I got two pairs, actually, and they are generous in fit (I got an XL and currently am 5'7 and 210lbs).