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Thankfully, tailored and sophisticated sweatpants are becoming more and more socially acceptable outside of the house, especially when they look (and feel) as good as the following: 

Rivay Gavin Moto Sweatpant, $128

These best-selling sweatpants from NYC-based label Rivay are inspired by 1960's motocross pants with cool details like front-flap pockets. Vintage Moto Guzzi optional.

John Elliott Escobar Sweatpants, $200

Inspired by South American soccer warmups, these slim and tailored sweats are dripping with quality with an absolutely perfect fit. They run small, so make sure to size up.

 John Elliott Ebisu Sweatpants, $200

And for those who love the John Elliott look but want something slightly less tapered and slim than the Escobar sweatpants, the newly released Ebisu model is your ticket. Like the Escobar, this also runs small, so make sure to size up.

Todd Snyder Striped Slim Sweatpant, $108

Part of Todd Snyder's ongoing collaboration with iconic sportswear brand Champion, this softly tailored and streamlined sweatpant takes the cool factor up a few notches thanks to the retro-inspired side-stripe.

Everlane Classic French Terry Sweatpant, $55

The most affordable option on our list is this classic French Terry sweatpant from SF-based label Everlane. Not only are they insanely comfortable but the fit is spot on if you're looking for something that's between slim and baggy.