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Sweatpants are a type of long trousers worn as casual wear or as sportswear. In the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, they are known as tracksuit bottoms, jogging bottoms (or joggers) or track pants.

Sweatpants are usually made from cotton and they have an elastic waistband. They are usually quite "baggy" and loose, so it is easy to slip into (and out of) them, which allows a great deal of flexibility and comfort. They trap less heat than most conventional, lightweight trousers.


  • Fashion pants, which do not have the elastic band at the ankles.
  • Windpants, also called windbreaker bottoms. They are lighter and shield the wearer from cold wind rather than insulate. They have zippers on each ankle, allowing athletes to unzip the end of each leg to pull the pants over their footwear. Shorts are sometimes worn underneath. Modern sailors will often wear them over insulating pants.
  • Tearaway pants, also known as breakaway pants, rip-off pants, or (in the UK) popper pants. They have metal snaps running the length of both legs. Sometimes, there are buttons above each set to add more closure, which allow athletes to remove their pants in a timely manner during sports competitions.

Sweatpants in spanking[edit]

Sweatpants are often associated with spanking in a sports setting, such as in a locker room or in the gym.

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