DetailsGet in your favorite pair of big kid pants, with the Holloway Sportswear ARTILLERY PANT. This warm up pant comes loaded with the ultimate technology in athletic wear, like the temp-sof fabric we're known for. The colored heather performance fleece has a high range of stretching capabilities, so it doesn't hold you back when you need to get limber. These athletic pants fight the freeze with a birdseye flecked surface that provides extra warmth. A drawcord elastic waist ensures you'll never be pulling them up just to keep them on, while matte coated zippers at the leg openings give your stride room to grow without letting in extra cold air. The Women's even features a tapered leg fit for a more streamlined look. Easy-entry side pockets keep your fingers from getting frosty, and give you more room to carry your stuff. Pairs perfectly with the Artillery Jacket.
Also available in Women's
Frequently ordered with: Men's Artillery Hoodie, Men's Artillery Pullover & Men's Artillery Jacket
MEN'S ARTILLERY PANT is rated out of 5 by 3.Rated 5 out of 5 by scubasteve from Love everything about these! Bought one pair to try them out... later ended up buying every color available and multiple of a few colors. I find it hard to find pants like this that fit properly, are comfortable, etc so I made sure I will have some for many years to come in case they stop offering them. For what it's worth I wear a 34x33 pant and went with the XL size... they are a little baggy, but the length is just above the sole of my shoes and I prefer pants like this a little on the baggier side. Perfect for yard work, exercising, sports, walking, running, lounging around the house, or when you just feel like a 'sweats' day.Date published: 2019-12-24Rated 5 out of 5 by Kelly M from Love these pants! Bought these for my H. S. son in multiple colors. Great weight, are comfortable, and they have become his favorite athletic pants!Date published: 2016-11-29Rated 5 out of 5 by TerryVille from artillery pants purchased on sale and happy with product...plenty longDate published: 2017-01-23