Today I'll be reviewing Everlane's GoWeave Track Pants. I've reviewed their Street Fleece Track Pants before, and I would say that their GoWeave variety of track pants is very similar in style. But first a note on sizing. Everlane is trying to go from S, M, L sizing to actual number sizing and so it can be a bit tricky to find your size in these pants (but luckily the waistband is elastic, so the sizing is somewhat forgiving). I usually go from a size 4-6 (about 28 in jeans) and since Everlane's clothing runs large for the most part, I went with a size 4 and they fit perfectly in the waist (but the overall fit was another story).
The best thing about these pants is the GoWeave fabric. It feels stretchy enough but not too stretchy and the fabric felt smooth and lightweight.
But I did not like the pants themselves and mostly because of the fit. Just like with the Street Fleece pants, this style is clearly not for pear-shaped me. First, my legs are a tad too short and so the fabric pools a little at my ankles. Since there are zipper closures at the bottom hem at the ankles, I'm not sure how easy it would be to hem them to the right length if you're too short. Also the thick elastic band at the waist isn't doing me any favors either. The material is thin enough that if the pants are snug around your butt, you will definitely see some panty-lines. The GoWeave fabric is said to be wrinkle resistant but it's not wrinkle-proof and so there were some weird wrinkles across my thighs from how the pants were packaged (see picture on the left below). And last but not least, the fabric picks up lint like crazy.
So I think the lesson learned here: Everlane track pants are not for my body-type. But I am interested in seeing how the GoWeave cropped trousers are. I ordered both pants at the same time but I guess the cropped trousers are just way more popular (they must have been on backorder and didn't ship until just last week). Which means it'll be another week or so until I get it, but I'll review those as soon as I get them!