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    kristenk is offline Diamond level (5000+ posts)
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    Default ISO replacement for Hanna sweat pants

    I have a couple of very old pairs of womenís sweat pants from Hanna Anderson. Theyíve been great and I canít find anything that I like as much. (Part of my not finding any is that I mainly browse online then check HA again to make sure theyíre still not making them and then get disappointed and give up.) I wear a size 16 and just want regular warm sweats, preferably with an elasticized/cuffed ankle.

    If you had HA sweats (forgot the HA name for them, but I think there was one), have you found anything similar?


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    Default ISO replacement for Hanna sweat pants

    I never had Hanna sweats but a ton of people rave about Vouri joggers. I havenít tried them because I donít care for how the jogger ankle cuffs look on my ankle (and I feel like joggers are the one clothing item that always look better on the model vs. looking good on me). I am a 14-16 as well and have thought about them but havenít pulled the trigger.

    Except for the long johns Hanna discontinued all adult clothes about 3-4 years ago now.


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    Following!! I have 2 pairs of Hanna Stockholm pants that I LOVE. They are a thick French Terry with back pockets AND side zip pockets and are a jogger style. I LOVE them because they are smooth and cotton-rich on the outside, and cuddly French Terry on the inside, and they didn't get baggy at the knees with wear...I really wish they were not discontinued. Mine are old enough now that I feel like the knees are starting to bag/fade a little.

    I am all about cotton rich these days but it's hard to find good quality clothing made of good quality cotton that is smooth and wears well.

    The closest I've gotten are a pair of Fila joggers from Costco, also a pretty thick French Terry with a smooth cotton exterior, side pockets but only one back pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnieW625 View Post
    I never had Hanna sweats but a ton of people rave about Vouri joggers. I haven’t tried them because I don’t care for how the jogger ankle cuffs look on my ankle (and I feel like joggers are the one clothing item that always look better on the model vs. looking good on me). I am a 14-16 as well and have thought about them but haven’t pulled the trigger.
    Vuori joggers are super comfy, but aren't very thick or warm.

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    Have you tried anything from Athleta? I don't have any straight sweatpants from there but I do have leggings and joggers and every pair is so comfy. Here's a pair that looks warm and soft: https://athleta.gap.com/browse/produ...p-page-content

    ETA: another option https://athleta.gap.com/browse/produ...p-page-content
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    Serious sweats from LE? Then have a lot of French terry styles. I love my menís fleece joggers I bought from that line- just wish they had more colors in the fleece, which I prefer to terry.

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