Jeans or fitted corduroy pants may bunch up around your calves or thighs and the fabric may become damp as perspiration comes into contact with it. If all-day hiking adventures start off on a positive note but your attire results in the need to take frequent breaks or shorten an outing due to discomfort, research other garment types that may offer more comfort.
A Combination Of Fabrics
No sweat pants are constructed of a natural fiber and spandex blend. Cotton is breathable and lightweight and may be used as the main component of a garment. Lyocell is a form of rayon. It contains a cellulose fiber that comes from the pulp of the eucalyptus tree. This material can absorb a lot of moisture, without dampening fabric. Spandex is a synthetic fabric that is noted for its elasticity.
When cotton, lyocell, and spandex are combined, a garment will be structured and will move with a wearer's body without restricting muscles. As perspiration comes into contact with the inside of a pants leg, it will be absorbed and will not affect the appearance or texture of the fabric.
Put on a pair of pants that you currently wear and take note of which parts of the garment are too restrictive or baggy. The parts that you are not satisfied with are the ones that you should focus on when shopping for an alternative pants product. If the length of each pants leg is adequate but the thigh portion is a little too tight, a pair of pants that are slightly larger in width or that contain a small percentage of spandex may fit better and not restrict leg movements.
If you are in between sizes or if you own several pairs of pants that each fit differently, due to their cut, your measurements should be taken. Use a fabric tape measure to acquire your waist measurement. Measure from your waist to your ankles, to determine the length of the pants that you will need. These measurements can be used when shopping for new clothing.
While shopping, inspect the outer and inner layers of fabric, to determine if the material is thick enough for an outdoor activity that you will be participating in. Read labels to determine the fabric blend of different garments. The percentage of a particular material will be furnished and this will help you calculate if a pair of pants will be less-restrictive than what you are accustomed to wearing.
Talk to a supplier if you are interested in women's or men's no sweat pants.