Women's Basketball Pants

Nike Swoosh Fly Standard Issue

14% off
$63.97
$75
Team Orange/Pale Ivory
Sail/Pale Ivory
Light Dew/Pale Ivory
Dark Grey Heather/Pale Ivory
Black/Black/Pale Ivory

The Nike Swoosh Fly Standard Issue Pants offer a performance feel with all-day versatility. The updated fabric has the look and soft feel of cotton. Sweat-wicking Dri-FIT technology helps keep you dry while you play or work out.

  • Shown: Black/Black/Pale Ivory
  • Style: CU3482-010

Size & Fit

  • Model is wearing size S and is 5'10"/178cm
  • Standard fit for a relaxed, easy feel

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Reviews (7)

3.9 Stars

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Jacquelyn W. - May 08, 2021

Heavy material, very warm. Perfect for early morning exercise and lounging around the house. My favorite part is the zipper pocket, close to the regular pocket where I can keep keys-too small for a large iPhone. They are a little pricy, but worth it.

Super comfy.....just a litle short.

Dj23mj22ss - May 06, 2021

So i love the feel and fit of these joggers. Super soft and roomy through hips and thighs and the pockets are deep enough for my phone which was unexpected, but appreciated. My only issue is with the length of these pants. So if these are basketball joggers I assume that a regular fit will reach my ankles......NOPE! shame on me for assuming anything. If you are slightly tall (5' 9" & up) YOU MUST get the tall fit. I plan to rock mine w/ slides so i can work with these but there is no way i can wear them with sneakers unless i get some soccer socks that reach my knees. Overall i'd give these pants a 4 out of 5.

Fly but short...

ShyraT330998811 - Mar 30, 2021

Trust me if you’re 5’7 or over order the TALL & unfortunately you’ll find the tall seems to only come in the grey color-way 🤦🏾‍♀️. I love the material and the fit is true to size, other than the length. I don’t know what Nike has against making sure your pants come all the way down and don’t look like high waters but it seems to be a constant thing with their women’s pants, I think they may be trying to leave space to display their shoes, but yeah, it’s annoying to have your pants come to your ankle then leave a gap between the end of your pants and your shoes, especially in the winter. I have to wear higher socks to compensate for my lack of a few extra inches on my pants, or I just go shop in the men’s section.