Comfortable and easy to move in, Body Wrappers Ripstop Pants are great for warming up for class! Hand wash in cold water, drip dry. Do not bleach.
Perfect for men too! Unisex styles are based on women's sizing, please order accordingly.
Average Customer Rating:
Rating Snapshot57 reviews
53 out of 57(93%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
I love these pants! They are very lightweight. I'm 5'3'' and 125lbs, and I got a small, and they fit me fine. There was also still room and it was still baggy. The pants runs large, but it's supposed to. Overall it's a great warm-up!
I just wore these for jazz class today for the first time. I've always heard great things about these pants when wearing them for warmups. WHAT a difference! You need to invest in these if you're a dancer, because they'll warm you up so much more. They're also really comfy to wear. I'm 5'2", 105 pounds and I got a small. They're supposed to be baggy, but you can roll them up if you want (at the hips or at the ankles). Either way works.
Buy these pants. They're easily my favorite warm up in my collection... I wish I could give them 10 stars for comfort because nothing keeps you warm like these trash bag pants. I own a pair in small and a pair in medium and I honestly cant really tell a difference. Super durable, I've had mine for longer than I can remember! They're great for warming up in, wearing to and from the studio, or wearing in a chilly theater before you go onstage! Get them- you won't regret it!!
Review 5 for Ripstop Pant
Wanted to like them...
Date:October 5, 2014
I ordered a small. I'm 5'0 and 100 lbs. The legs on these pants are so wide that I could fit both of my legs into one side. Yes my legs are thin but these were ridiculously wide! Gotta return them...
I got these pants to wear to warm up or in class/rehearsal. I'm thirteen years old, about 5'4 or 5'5 and I weigh about 96 pounds. I got the small and they fit perfectly. They look great and are super comfortable.
Age: Under 15
Review 7 for Ripstop Pant
Date:March 10, 2014
from New Orleans, LA
These rip-stop pants are so amazing! You can move in them just fine and they will keep you warm! One amazing quality about them is that they can help prevent injuries because they keep you warm! I recommend buying them if you are a serious dancer.
These are wonderful; they keep your muscles warm during breaks and make warming up more efficient and, well, warmer. In essence, they are... Warm. They are also stylish, comfy, functional, and economical. For sizing reference, I am 5'1" and 80 lbs and they were a little too long (I had to roll them up several times), but that's ok. And guys: THEYRE SUPPOSED TO BE BAGGY!
I got these from my friend as a birthday present and I love them! They are great to warm up in and to wear to auditions/performances, etc. They are thin/light yet keep you warm and are pretty good quality. The only thing is that they are a little big. I am 5'3", 95 lbs, and the small was a little baggy on me. I wish they made an xs size! But I still love these and recommend every dancer to get these :)
Review 10 for Ripstop Pant
perfect warm up pants
Date:January 19, 2014
from Hanover, MN
These pants are absolutely perfect for warming up and dancing in. I have ballet 5 days a week and I wear them every time I travel too and from class and in between classes. I was amazed when rehearsing in them how much they kept me warm and my overall performance was greatly improved. They are easy to stretch in although they are a too loose for my liking but its ok. I'm 5'2" and I ordered a small and they fit perfectly. I will be wearing these for a long time. They are very easy to move in unlike some pants and I often roll them up to my knees when doing pointe work. They are easy to put on and take off and they don't have that annoying rustling noise when your legs brush together. I would definitely recommend these to any ballerina. They are well worth the cost.
As we call them at my studio, trash bag pants are really popular (and kind of fashionable, actually). They are great for keeping your muscles warm before or between rehearsals/classes. They look really nice, and if I fold it them the right way, they don't ride up or slide on my waist. My only copmlaint though, is that they were shorter than I expected. I'm always an extra small, but I wanted them baggy, so I got a small. They weren't like in the picture--they ended above my ankles. But I don't mind, I usually fold them so they stop at my knees. They're really easy to move in and they don't make the annoying sound. I recommend these!
Review 12 for Ripstop Pant
overall poor quality
Date:December 29, 2013
from San Francisco, CA
I just used them for the first time yesterday. First of all, it was not comfortable at all that I had to change into my other pair of pants before the center work. I am hardly a picky person when it comes to clothing, so I had to write this review to help some of the potential buyers.
I ride the bus to class so I needed quick pull over pants to save time changing. These were that stiff swishy material, not soft. They weren't very noisy, but they are the shiny kind. I bought them based on the good reviews and I was disappointed. People said they run long or large, and I'm only 5"1 and petite so I ordered an extra small. They fit me exact so the roll down waist feature was useless for me. They also left the waist marks on my tummy. They weren't even long enough to push into boots all the way! If you get these, order your normal size. If you like them baggy order a size bigger.
I have a tried lot of warm-ups, but these are by far my favorite! They don't make that annoying swishy sound during grand battements, which is nice. They are easy to keep clean and they look good on almost anyone. However, there are two things that aren't so great about them. The first is that they are too big. I'm 5'1", 90 lbs., and an X-small is still a little too big than what I would prefer. If you want to order these, I'd recommend ordering at least one size down. The second drawback is that a lot of studios #like mine# have a dress code that doesn't allow for baggy pants like these. So I can only wear these in open classes, stretch classes, and rehearsals. My studio allows me to wear the shorts version of these, which I also like a lot. So, if you find you can't wear these, go for the shorts. Overall though, these are a great product and I'd recommend them.
I wear these pants whenever it's cold out. they are great they keep my legs nice and warm. The only issue is that the elastic around the waist slides around and it doesn't always stay rolled down. Over all though its a good product!
When I received these in the mail I almost mailed them back for a size small because they are extremely long waisted. I am 5'4 and 125. To avail this just roll over the waist ( obviously;) Otherwise they're a great buy and great for a warmup! I also might have gotten the shorts instead of the pants because they're soooo baggy!
Got these for my 10-year old son. Such a nice alternative to tights for ballet and other dance rehearsals and classes. He loves them! They are really long for him, but he just rolls up the waste and the legs and they look even cooler.
Review 20 for Ripstop Pant
Date:April 23, 2010
Trash bag pants are absolutely amazing. They warm you up very fast, and they are lightweight and comfortable as well. I tried on a pair of my friends and I didn't want to give them back! They are great for the modern dancer, and they don't give you any fuzzies. I usually wear danskin seamed tights and stuff gets stuck on easily- but nothing comes off of these pants! Great warm up, I'd recommend them to any dancer.