Threads 4 Thought Men's Burnout Joggers

Sale price$40.80
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Size: Small
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,S,M,L,XL| Chest,36"-38�,38"-40�,40"-42�,42"-44�| Waist,29"-31�,31"-33�,33"-35�,35"-37�| S M L XL| Chest 36"-38� 38"-40� 40"-42� 42"-44�| Waist 29"-31� 31"-33� 33"-35� 35"-37�|


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Classic style, modern materials. The Men's Burnout Joggers from Threads 4 Thought feature the essential sweatpants style you know and love – but reimagined with eco-friendly fabrics. Made from a blend of recycled polyester and organic cotton, these joggers require less water and energy to create than conventional cotton clothing. Plus, thanks to Threads 4 Thoughts partnership with the International Rescue Committee, a portion of profits go towards supporting refugee communities in need across the globe!

Threads 4 Thought

With their environmental dedication and passion for philanthropy, there's nothing not to love about Threads 4 Thought. Founded in 2006 by husband and wife duo Leigh and Eric Fleet, the pair was brought together by their love for sustainability and a joint vision to change the world. From start to finish, T4T's supply chain is a step above the rest when it comes to ethical and socially sustainable production. Each one of their products is carefully designed and manufactured to leave a smaller impact on the planet compared to traditional clothing, support their producer communities, and set new standards for what ethical production means for the fashion industry.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Kyle L.
Shorts Version Of These

I got these joggers only in the shorts version, they were super soft and comfy but after two or three washes they lost the "denim" look to them and got ugly in appearance. They have a lot of those fabric balls on them. They are still soft, just not nice looking anymore.

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