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“These are the most comfortable pairs of comfy pants I own,” they shared. “I purchased them for working out. After wearing them the first time, they were immediately renamed comfy pants and a second pair was ordered. The fabric is baby soft inside and just thick enough without being bulky. The waistband fits gently yet still stays in place.”
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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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