Hi AthletaWell fam! I’m Lindsay, and I’m part of the Merch team at Athleta. My team constantly raves about the Salutation Jogger, and I’ve seen them talked about here in AthletaWell. I’m not usually a “jogger” style pant gal, but last weekend I finally picked up a pair.
Can I just say… honestly… that I’m kind of in love with these pants? I’ve been wearing them on morning walks, to Pilates, in the office and on my redeye to the East Coast last night (hello beautiful NY 😍). Also, they deserve a wash at this point.
Here are a couple pics of how I’ve been styling them for walking/travel but curious how other members like to style theirs. Or if they’re liking them at all! Since I’m on the merch team, your feedback could go a long way 😉
Do you have a pair? And if so, what do you usually wear them with or wear them for? The team and I are looking for styling ideas! Drop me a note!
P.S. I just joined AthletaWell as a Product Expert and am here to answer any questions you may have about Athleta products or styling. Here to help!
I am not sure what joggers I have, but they are super cozy, gray, loungey material with packets at the hips. Does anyone know what the style is called? I love that as a 5 foot tall, 160 lb person, they aren't too baggy around the ankles. I want a pair that are a bit more wear out-able, maybe in black or navy. I think the Salutation joggers come in short, but am not sure if they are short enough to not bunch up at the ankles. ?
I have a pair in olive green, they’re soft and cozy but I should have gotten a medium instead of a small. They’re too short in the rise, too short in length and the waist is too tight, more like a legging than a jogger. For that reason I usually only wear mine in summer with flip flops and a tank top.
This isn't about Salutation Joggers, but would love for you, as a Product Expert, to know that I'd LOVE to see the Metro line come back. I have herringbone ones and fleece lined ones from YEARS ago that have been washed and worn hundreds of times and are still hanging in there, but could use some updates. This style fits those of us who are more straight up and down as opposed to hourglass, etc figures. Delancey is OK and similar, but not nearly as good. Thanks!