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The perfect pants for warmer weather, these humidity-fighting, moisture-wicking, UV-blocking joggers are so lightweight and comfortable that you'll want to wear them daily. The breathable, four-way stretch fabric makes you feel comfortable wherever you go, whether at the beach or running errands.
The UPF 50+ material is created from 19 recycled* water bottles giving these joggers a shocking amount of softness and sun protection. You won't believe the incredible versatility of these pants.
Designed with a classic taper that gives your glutes and thighs breathing room, then tapers from knee to hem, which is a soft-ribbed 2" cuff that is snug but not tight and sits just above the ankle and out of the water.
These joggers feature two front pockets with hidden media pouches and a secured rear pocket, each sustainably made of remnant fabric from our bamboo tops.
Finally, these UV-resistant pants are water repellent thanks to a DWR (durable water repellent) treatment to ensure your pants don't attract any water spots or rogue spills.
*Recycling claims are Global Recycled Standard certified by the Control Union
- Made from 92% Recycled Polyester, 8% Spandex
- Equivalent to 19 recycled water bottles
- Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified
- Lightweight 120 GSM material
- UPF 50+ (Blocks >98% of sun rays)
- 30” inseam intended to sit just above ankle for 32"-34" inseam
- Classic taper gives glutes and thighs room, then slightly narrows from knee to hem
- 2” soft-ribbed ankle cuff keeps comfortably in place
- Quick-drying, durable water repellent fabric (DWR)
- Breathable material
- Incredible 4-way stretch
- Optimally placed single rear pocket with secure zipper
- Front side pockets with bamboo lining and hidden media sleeves
- Faux front fly
- Elastic waistband with a drawstring that can be worn inside or out
- Wearing size: M
- See gallery images for model size
Men's Lightweight Joggers — 30" Inseam
Tapered leg with stretch material, elastic ankle, elastic waistband, and a drawstring to allow for a wide range of sizes.
|1 Waist||28 – 30||31 – 32||33 – 34||35 – 36||37 – 40|
|3 Hips||38 – 39||40 – 41||42 – 43||44 – 45||46 – 47|
|6 Full Ankle Opening||9¾||10¼||10¾||11⅕||11⅔|
- 92% Recycled Polyester
- 8% Spandex
- 66% Viscose from Bamboo
- 29% Polyester
- 5% Spandex
- Machine Wash Cold
- Hang Dry or Tumble Dry Low
- Do Not Wring
- Do Not Bleach
Why We Use Recycled Polyester
Reduces Air and Water Pollution
Longer Life Cycle
Less Water Consumption
The Men's 30" UPF50+ Lightweight Recycled Joggers is covered by the Somewhere Sunny 1 Year Warranty. This covers you from all manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship beyond our return windows.
UPF stands for Ultraviolet Protection Factor and is the rating given to clothing for its broad-spectrum protection against both UVA and UVB rays. Our UV-protective clothing and accessories offer broad-spectrum protection that blocks 97 to 98% of UVA and UVB rays.
FYI: Broad-spectrum sunscreen and clothing protect against UVA (aging rays) and UVB (burning rays).
How Much UPF Do You Need?
When it comes to sun protection, more is better. UPF 30 blocks 97% of UV radiation while UPF 50 blocks 98%-100%.
Most people don’t realize that not all fabrics protect the same from the sun. The truth is, a regular, white cotton t-shirt may have a sun protective rating equivalent to wearing only SPF 5 sunscreen.
How Does it Work?
There are a variety of ways our fabrics do their work to keep your skin safe. We use hemp and viscose from bamboo, which both have significant natural UV-deterrent properties. We blend those fabrics with polyester and spandex to create our super soft clothing. In addition to the natural UV-deterrent, we apply an ultraviolet protection factor (UPF) treatment to increase the ability of the material to prevent the sun’s harmful UV radiation from reaching your skin.
Another way we achieve sun protection with standard fabric is to use a tighter construction weave and heavier materials (known as gsm). We can accomplish this while maintaining the fabric's breathability.