These are really fluffy and warm - perfect for Canadian winter nights. The fit is perfect and I love having pajama pants that are long enough for my legs.
The future star of your sleepwear: our supersoft pant with elastic waist, rib cuffs and herringbone tie detail.
Long Tall Sally styles are cut with a more generous fit than you might be used to. Please check our Size Guide as you may need to size down for the perfect fit.
Inside Leg Length: 91.5cm (36.0")
Hem Width: 28.0cm (11.0")
100% Polyester. Trim: 95% Cotton, 5% Elastane
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Footwear only orders: $14.95 anywhere in the Canada.
Orders including clothing: $10 anywhere in the Canada.
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Overall rating: 6 Reviews | write a review
- Fit: True To Size
- Quality: 4.2
- Value: 3.8
These pj pants are far too comfortable, I just do not want to take them off! Very cosy, length spot on and a joy to wear.
Very cosy fleecy material. Rather big but comfortable in bed. Rather long as I’m 34 inside leg so I took them up a bit.
This is the first time in my life that i’ve Had pajama bottoms that fit. They are super comfy and warm. Best purchase ever!
Long Tall Sally never disappoints with regard to leg length! These PJ bottoms are actually a bit too long, but no complaints. Ordered a size small, which fits well. Elastic waistband is comfortable (white bow is for looks only). Very soft and cosy. Wish it came with a matching fleecy top!
I bought two pairs of polyester PJs last year, as I live in a drafty old house, and they have been fabulously warm. I have eagerly awaited this year's version but was very disappointed with this offering. The material is very thin, and the effect is a cheap looking PJ. If I didn't care for warmth I would have gone for a thinner cotton. With these, I'm not sure who LTS are trying to market to? They've gone straight back.