Jelado Knits the Sweatpants Your Grandma Totally Knew You Wanted
If anyone can prove that someone on Jelado’s design team didn’t just find some wild cable knit sweater and say, “We’ll do that, but for legs,” holler at your boy. And because there’s technically no law against leg sweaters, the brand went ahead and made the JP33868 Cable Knit Pant.
Knit in Japan with a 100% British wool—a blend of lambswool and one that Clutch Cafe describes as “coarse,” which is a little alarming, because pants—these slim-fitting sweats (?) are fully lined but also not for the faint of heart.
Employing multiple different cable-knit patterns, they feature a ribbed elastic waistband with an adjustable drawstring, elastic ribbing at the cuffs, two lined pockets at the front, a lined welt pocket at the back and a tapered cut.
Think of them like the turtleneck that your legs didn’t know they needed.
Available for £349 (~$440 USD) at Clutch Cafe.