It's no secret we're known for our joggers, in particular our Sureshot Joggers. Never did we think this style would still be around today, let alone continue be our best selling style year after year by a country mile. It's safe to say after 15 years of manufacturing these pants we know how to spot a quality pair of joggers.

1. Fabric

As with all menswear, fabric is paramount. You want a robust fabrication, either cotton with elastane for stretch or 100% organic cotton for compact durability. To test stretch grab each side of one of the legs and pull it apart. You want the fabric to slowly recover back to original form without leaving bubbles. Compact requires a relaxed fit and construction feature’s that allow free movement that withstand and move with your everyday life.

2. Elastic wear

One of the easiest ways to determine if a pair of joggers are cheap is thin and weak elastic in both the waistband and cuffs. It means your new joggers will struggle to stay pulled up, will stretch out and don’t go back after a few wears.

3. Stitching

Stitching can look fine at first glance but cheap stitching can break down very quickly with wear. Quality thread needs to be used with appropriate tension and stitching technique that can move with the fabric and not break.

4. Fit

Cheaper joggers are usually made by cutting costs on low quality control and a high tolerance for incorrect measurements. It means you can have two identical sizes that end up fitting very differently. This is not the case with ZANEROBE -  we QC (Quality Control) all of our joggers.