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Louisville Slugger Men's "Stadium" Boot-Cut Baseball Pants

Louisville Slugger Men's "Stadium" Boot-Cut Baseball Pants - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • M
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  • XXL

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Product Information:

Look your best as you step up to bat with the Louisville Slugger® LS1411 "Stadium" Boot-Cut Pants. Sure to be a crowd-pleaser, the Louisville Slugger® Men's "Stadium" Baseball Pants feature Double Knee fabric, a Full Comfort body and boot-cut open hem legs for maximum durability and a player-preferred fit. The Anti-roll waistband ensures your jersey stays tucked, while heavy weight fabric is built to last season after season.

  • Men's heavy weight baseball uniform pants
  • Anti-roll waistband ensures your jersey stays tucked in
  • Double Knee fabric for extra durability where you need it most
  • Professional-Grade Full Comfort Fit with boot cut legs for a modern look and feel
  • Two set-in back pockets
  • Pro-grade, heavy weight knit fabric for improved durability
  • Durable tunnel belt loops (belt not included)
  • Double snaps and zipper closure
  • Loose fit
  • Open hem leg bottoms
  • Slugger® oval logo back belt loop embroidery
  • Graded inseam: 31" = S, 33" = M, 34" = L-XXL
  • Fabric: 100% double-knit polyester heavy weight (280g)
  • Style: LS1411-A
  • Louisville Slugger
Country of Origin: Pakistan
Web ID: 34606646

Customer Reviews:

Louisville Slugger Men's "Stadium" Boot-Cut Baseball Pants 5 5 1 1
Very good deal I ordered this product on line and was very pleased on the quality and price. Also they arrived at my door in about 1 week and a day early. May 7, 2014
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