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Women's Serengeti II Jogger Pants with Stretch
Quick Facts: ⊙ Made from 97% cotton, 3% spandex; ⊙ Weight: 317g / 11.18oz
Activities: ⊙ Safari ✓ ⊙ Travel✓ ⊙ Daily wear✓ ⊙ Outdoors✓ ⊙ Work✓ ⊙ Hanging out with friends✓
⊙ Weight: 317g / 11.18oz.
⊙ Made from lightweight cotton/spandex blend.
⊙ New super-comfy fit based on our best-selling Pioneer women's trousers
⊙ Elasticated waist with drawstring for a comfortable fit.
⊙ Elasticated ankles.
⊙ Front hand pockets on either side.
⊙ Back slit pockets are non-functional, but complement the style of the trousers.
⊙ Packaged in a recyclable brown paper bag as part of our 'say no to plastic' philosophy.
We did the impossible - and made our ultra-comfortable women's joggers even more comfortable by editing the fit and cut using our best-selling Pioneer women's trousers as our inspiration. These pants with stretch are made for everything you do at home, on walks, to hanging out & for safari.
The classic styling and versatility of these women's joggers make them a closet essential for every woman. Worn with a T-shirt, marry comfort and casual style. When the occasion demands, transform your trousers into dressy joggers by pairing them with a collared or smart shirt, or pop on a pair of high heels to extend your legs and show off their shape. Classically safari, they can be worn every day and in every way.
The material of these joggers is smooth to the touch and look as good as they feel. Their elasticated waist and drawstring, with elasticated ankles, also make for an extra-snug fit. These joggers also have two hand pockets and, while the back slit pockets are non-functional, they lend a touch of added sophistication to the overall styling of these trousers.
Expedition-tested and safari-tested in Africa, the joggers have been proven to offer premium comfort and style on every kind of safari - and for every aspect of your life. These are your new wardrobe staple.
You can view the size chart in inches or centimeters by clicking on the "cm" or "inch" text on the green bar above the chart.
The measurements shown above are garment measurements so should be compared to another garment rather than your body measurements. Take a similar item that you own that fits comfortably to do the comparison. Please follow our guide below and scroll back up this page to place your order for this item.
1/2 Waist Measurement Note: These trousers are made with an elasticated waistband and a built-in drawstring so that the best fit is that much easier to achieve. The size chart shows both 1/2 Waist (relaxed), and 1/2 Waist (slightly stretched). Once you have measured your own trousers to get the 1/2 waist measurement for them using the instruction below, simply find the range on our size chart into which your trousers' 1/2 waist measurement falls and you should then get your size right. For example if your trousers measure between 37 cm and 40 cm (14.5 inches to 15.7 inches) for the 1/2 waist, then you would order our size Small. Please do note the hip measurement though which may change which size you select based on your hip size.
Three easy steps to ordering the right size:
You will need the following items:
• Measuring tape
• A flat surface (such as a table or counter)
• A notepad and pen
• An item of clothing from your wardrobe that fits comfortably and is a similar style to the one you wish to purchase
Referring to the images above, place your garment on a flat surface and record the following measurements:
A. 1/2 Waist: Measure across the top of the waistband from corner to corner.
B. Front Rise: Measure from the top of the front waistband to the crotch seam;
C. Inside Leg: Measure from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg hem.
Compare your measurements with our size chart and order the size closest to those measurements. 1/2 Waist is usually the most important measurement if you are in a hurry, but checking all three will make for the most comfortable fit.
TIP: If you do not have a measuring tape, use your credit card. The long side of a credit card measures 8.5cm and the short side is 5.4cm. Simply use the centimetre measurements on our chart and divide by 8.5cm to get an idea of how many credit card lengths equals the measurement you are recording.