Warmup or practice Pants recommendations ?

#1
What would be a quality Tennis pants I can buy ? I do prefer Polyester/ nylon like material and feel instead of cotton. and I have problem with long pants dragging on the ground at the ankle and heel. so the pants must have tapered or Zip down narrow ankle area so it doesn't drag on the ground. What would you guys recommend ? Thank you in advance.

Some examples.

https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Nike_Mens_Fall_Flex_Practice_Pant/descpageMANIKE-NMFFPP.html

https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/adidas_Mens_Team_Pant/descpageMAADIDAS-AMTPA.html

 
#3
What would be a quality Tennis pants I can buy ? I do prefer Polyester/ nylon like material and feel instead of cotton. and I have problem with long pants dragging on the ground at the ankle and heel. so the pants must have tapered or Zip down narrow ankle area so it doesn't drag on the ground. What would you guys recommend ? Thank you in advance.

Some examples.

https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Nike_Mens_Fall_Flex_Practice_Pant/descpageMANIKE-NMFFPP.html

https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/adidas_Mens_Team_Pant/descpageMAADIDAS-AMTPA.html

I have this one:
https://www.tenniswarehouse-europe....ri_Fit_Fleece/descpageMANIKEA-NMFDFFP-FR.html

And it's really nice, soft touch very comfortable and big pockets, I can put more than 3 balls in every pocket, excellent for my serve training.

But I don't know if it's sold in TW US.

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#5
I responded to this earlier today but assume my post was deleted as I posted some links (that didn't go to TW since they don't sell this item). In any case, I am a big fan of the adidas Squad ID snap track pants. They are 85% poly, warmer than the ultra thin warm ups, and much easier to remove over shoes than zippered bottoms, IMO. Check them out -- they are fantastic for warmup.
 
#6
I responded to this earlier today but assume my post was deleted as I posted some links (that didn't go to TW since they don't sell this item). In any case, I am a big fan of the adidas Squad ID snap track pants. They are 85% poly, warmer than the ultra thin warm ups, and much easier to remove over shoes than zippered bottoms, IMO. Check them out -- they are fantastic for warmup.
I don't like that one. it looks like you have to snap on the side of the pants. I don't like that
 
#8
I just buy Adidas tiro pants. I wear it alot off the court since it matches with my UBs. Any sneaker guys on this forum? The new ones, the tiro 19s do cost $45. But I've seen the older model for around $25 which is a must buy. I own a few pairs already that I usually wear to school.
 
#9
I don't like that one. it looks too soft
Yeah it's a bit softer than 100% polyester but it has some stretchy fiber which is nice when you're doing sport compared to the classic sportstyle pants (for casual purpose). Very light, and keep me warm. I was surprised cause first I was not very fan of the shape (quite large on the top and more snug on the bottom (calf)) but it's really comfortable, and the dry-fit material is nice.
Actually it's the best pant I ever try for tennis purpose since it has some stretchy fiber compared to other pants.
Otherwise I use some running pants sometimes (Under Armour and Kalenji) but the pockets are very small to put some tennis balls inside.

If you like this shape (snug fit on the bottom/calf), such as in your fotos I advice you to check Babolat and Tecnifibre pants, they do great technic pants for tennis, maybe Head also but I don't know enough their products.

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#12
I have a bunch from different brands. The ones that fit me and held up the best are from (flame suit on) Lululemon. Of course, they’re more expensive than most of the typical tennis pant brands, usually by a wide margin. But they’re totally worth it IMO.

Some guys (or even women) I encounter snicker or scoff at me wearing the brand. Frankly, it’s not a status symbol for me. I could care less about the brand, what they represent, or what others might think of me because I’m wearing their stuff. Bottom line, I want pants that fit, have pockets, don’t have the (IMO stupid) tapered leg, are comfortable, and hold up to years of abuse.
 
#14
I have a bunch from different brands. The ones that fit me and held up the best are from (flame suit on) Lululemon. Of course, they’re more expensive than most of the typical tennis pant brands, usually by a wide margin. But they’re totally worth it IMO.

Some guys (or even women) I encounter snicker or scoff at me wearing the brand. Frankly, it’s not a status symbol for me. I could care less about the brand, what they represent, or what others might think of me because I’m wearing their stuff. Bottom line, I want pants that fit, have pockets, don’t have the (IMO stupid) tapered leg, are comfortable, and hold up to years of abuse.
do you have any links to lulu lemon warmup pants ? I would like to see it on line before I go searching for their shop
 
#16
What would be a quality Tennis pants I can buy ? I do prefer Polyester/ nylon like material and feel instead of cotton. and I have problem with long pants dragging on the ground at the ankle and heel. so the pants must have tapered or Zip down narrow ankle area so it doesn't drag on the ground. What would you guys recommend ? Thank you in advance.

Some examples.

https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Nike_Mens_Fall_Flex_Practice_Pant/descpageMANIKE-NMFFPP.html

https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/adidas_Mens_Team_Pant/descpageMAADIDAS-AMTPA.html

These are definitely warm-up only pants. I just bought this exact pair. When I tried it on, the side zippers slid down easily. Wouldn't be able to use these for non-sporting activities.
 
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