More than 1,000 Nordstrom shoppers love these comfy joggers — and they’re on sale!

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You can never have enough sweatpants! (That’s the winter motto, isn’t it?) Well, you’re going to want to stock up on these Nordstrom favorites. The Zella Live In Pocket Joggers are lightweight, incredibly comfy and right now, they’re 20% off.

Zella Live In Pocket Joggers, $47.20 (Orig. $59)

Credit: Nordstrom

The joggers have a slim-fit style, an elastic waistband with a drawstring, moisture-wicking fabric and most importantly, three pockets for stashing your things. Throw them on to run errands, jog at the park or lounge on the sofa.

Joggers are actually the preferred lounge pant style these days, and for good reason. The elastic cuffed ankles keep cold air out and keep the bottom of your pants from dragging on the ground. Plus, they’re like, really cute.

More than 1,000 Nordstrom shoppers give the Zella Joggers a collective 4.5 out of 5 stars and write things like, “These are seriously SO flattering and the most comfortable pair of pants I’ve ever owned.”

In fact, at the time of writing, Nordstrom’s website shows that 535 people are looking at them.

Score these joggers on sale while you can! Nordstrom is currently hosting a big sale on Zella items (its own activewear and athleisure brand) now through Jan. 17.

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