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Whether you're stretching it out in yoga or cruising downtown in search of a tasty brunch spot, the Under Armour Women's City Hopper Harem Pant ensures you stay stylish and comfortable. The stretchy UA StudioLux fabric offers a super-soft, luxurious feel, while the signature Moisture Transport System wicks away moisture to keep you dry and light all day long. Tapered hems provide a chic, classic look, and the hand pockets make stashing your phone or wallet a breeze.
- Classic and comfortable, do-anything pant
- Super-soft fabric provides a luxurious fit and feel
- Regular fit and tapered hem offer a classic look
- Side pockets accommodate phone and wallet
- Q & A
Cool but too loose in the waist
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Size Bought: Small
These are really cool looking pants (more silver than gray) that are definitely a little baggier than typical joggers, as noted by another reviewer. I am 5'8" and 125 lbs, with a small waist, average sized butt, and athletic legs. I ordered the Small in these, but they are definitely too big in the waist. Bummed to return them, but am considering trying the XS.
Super cute, cuper comfy
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
I bought these pants because I own another pair of Underarmour that are very similar & I LOVE THEM. This is a slight different style. I still like them a lot, just be aware they are much more loose in seat/crotch area than the Underarmour Uptown Jogger. These fit great & are super comfortable &, although they are different than the original pair I have, I still love them & think they are super cute. I'm marking that they are "true to size" but keep in mind they are very baggy. The 1st pair I purchased are mediums & they are a tad big because I have lost weight. I purchased this pair in a small & they have plenty of room. I probably could have gotten away with an XS, but I wouldn't say they are too big & I'm not planning on exchanging them. I think it's all about the style.