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32 Degrees ladies’ knit pull on pants

Has anyone tried these pants? I just bought a pair at Costco for $14. They’re so soft and lightweight, but look a little more elevated than leggings. They’re super lightweight, so I’m hoping they can be hand washed and will dry overnight.

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would depend bin the particular fabric. I have several items from 32D, all acquired from Costco. Those that have traveled did so well. The others are easy and convenient to care for at home.

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I don't have that particular pair but my husband and I have lots of other products from 32 Degrees. Been happy with all except some heavier weight joggers that pilled. I have some lightweight pants that I plan to take on our next trip, base layer Ts, base layer bottoms that also work for lounge pants, and leggings. My husband also wears their baselayer Ts and polo shirts. We've bought items from Costco, Amazon and recently directly from their website. They've had some excellent sales lately.

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I went on Costco's website.

Assuming these are the same pants (elastic waistband), the materials listed are: 55% Rayon | 38% Polyester | 7% Spandex and mid-weight.

Yes, those pants should be convenient to hang dry.

The elastic waistband might take a little longer. I'd hang them so gravity takes the water down to the ankles. If you have to put on pants in the morning with damp ankles, it won't be uncomfortable, and they'll finish drying very quickly.

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Travel Boss, yes, those are the ones. I’m wearing them today and they’re so comfortable. I typically hate leggings, but these are so soft and not constructing at all. I’ll hand wash them tonight and hang them as suggested to put them to the test. Then I may go back and buy them in every color. Just checked my receipt and they were on sale for $12.99.

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I have several closeout items from Costco of the same brand. Some hold up well, others pile horribly. They are quite inconsistent with sizing too. I am OK with 32 degrees as work-from-home attire, but won't travel overseas with it.

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I just purchased a pair of the 32 degree pants from Costco based on this post, so thank you. They are just the perfect addition to my travel wardrobe. They are quite similar in fit to the joggers that are popular right now, without the ankle elastic. Love the pockets. I'm going to try these for my next international flight instead of my usual leggings.

I'm not sure they are at my store. I purchased them online. To be honest, if I saw them in the store, I wouldn't have given them much of a look. But, based on the comments here, I gave them a try.

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Yes, they dry pretty well. Yes, for me they pill where my thighs rub (TMI!!!) but they are so comfortable! I'd just decided this AM that I am going to take them to Italy this fall. I might spring for a new pair as I didn't realize they had them back.

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@OP, how did the handwash test go? Would love to know how long they took to dry.

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I hand washed them, wrung them out, hung them by the waistband. They dried completely in about 16 hours. The ankles were a little damp after about 12 hours, but would probably dry quick with a blow dryer. If I needed to wear them the next day, I would roll them in a towel to get the excess water out before hanging them. But we typically stay at least 2 nights at each stop, so that wouldn’t be an issue for me. They dried beautifully - no wrinkles. I bought an extra pair of black pants, in case they pill at all, and a navy and olive pair.

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I was just at Costco and bought a pair of these pants after reading this post. Nice fit and I like how lightweight they are. Thank you for the recommendation!