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Screen Shot 2015-12-16 at 11.16.00 AMWorkout leggings have already gotten the high-design treatment, and now it’s the sweatpant’s turn.

No longer just for stay-in nights watching Netflix, sweatpants now come in flattering silhouettes and luxe fabrics that you can wear with sneakers for a long (comfy) run on a cold day or pair with heels and a leather jacket for a night out.

Here are five elevated sweatpants—from Alala to Adidas by Stella McCartney—that are just too stylish to wear at home on the sofa… —Jamie McKillop

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sweatpantsAmerican Giant Essential Jogger ($59)

The makers of what’s been called the “world’s best hoodie” don’t disappoint when it comes to sweatpants, either, in terms of both comfort and style.

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skuiq-2407452-ash-2_4_1Nesh Pleat Cuff Jogger ($156)

A silky top panel gives this pair a sleek-and-chic look.

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1-carbon38_09291558980_copy_1_Alala Neoprene Sweats ($145)

Hat trick: Super-cool mixed textures, a flattering cut, and ridiculously soft fabric against the skin.

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Screen Shot 2015-12-16 at 11.30.14 AMSundry Zipper Sweatpants ($116)

An upgrade of a classic look, with lightweight fabric that won’t weight you down during workouts or add bulk.

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_11270617Adidas by Stella McCartney Ess Track Pants ($170)

Proof that the track pant—strewn with zippers and a flattering tapered leg—has gone seriously high-brow.

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