M's Atlas Multi Pant

$118

23 reviews

Color: Cascade
Size
Features

Long run ready
Three hidden waistband pockets stow a phone and nutrition without bounce or irritation

Secure storage
Two zippered hand pockets and back zip pocket secure wallet, keys, and other small essentials

Stow and go
Easily-packable design (just flip ‘em inside out and stuff the pants into one of the front hand pocket bags) allows for no-fuss layering over shorts or tights mid-run when conditions change

Shoe-friendly layering
Elongated ankle zips allow quick on/off, shoes and all 

Designed for layering
A tapered fit below the knees and 4-way stretch recycled nylon fabric allow for unbounded range of movement 

Comfort in motion
Lightweight, super stretchy, fast-drying fabric is built for high-performance comfort

Stay seen
Reflective logos on front thigh + back ankle increase visibility in low light

Materials + Specs

Atlas
77% recycled nylon, 23% spandex with PFC-free C0-DWR finish

Garment made in Vietnam
218g / 7.7oz (M’s Medium)

Sustainability

Our new Atlas fabric has a PFC-free C0 DWR finish for high-performing, long-lasting water repellency and faster dry times. The PFC-free C0 DWR is made without short-chain PFCs, or perfluorinated chemistry also known as PFAS, which are part of a family of forever chemicals that have been used to create DWR finishes for decades, but can wash off of garments and remain in our watersheds for hundreds of years. Janji has transitioned completely to using PFC-free C0 water repellency as part of our sustainable initiatives while still prioritizing long-lasting protection without releasing harmful substances into the environment — we are proud to be 100% PFAS free across our apparel and accessories production as of January 2023.

Our Atlas fabric is bluesign® certified meaning it is free from harmful chemicals and is fabricated in a way that meets a high environmental standard.

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
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SEOKKYOO K.
Wear it for: Hiking
Product Fit: Spot-on
Height: 5'7 to 5'9
Usual Size: M
Size Purchased: M
Cool and very light

I bought it for a hike or trail and I'm using it so well. It's a cool and light material, so it feels so comfortable.

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Jun
Wear it for: Running, Hiking, Camping
Product Fit: Runs small
Height: 5'10" to 6'0"
Usual Size: M
Size Purchased: L
Great pants!

I enjoy the colorfulness of the Autumn Flux. The zippered bottoms are a huge plus as it makes for easy on and off with shoes. It could actually be a little lighter in weight. Ordered it in a size bigger than I normally would purchase clothes as the pelvis/hip area runs a bit small for my liking but the length still worked as it is tapered and doesn't bunch on the bottom.

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Joshua H.
Wear it for: Running
Product Fit: Spot-on
Height: 5'10" to 6'0"
Usual Size: M
Size Purchased: M

M's Atlas Multi Pant

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CS
Wear it for: Running, Hiking, Camping, Everyday wear
Product Fit: Spot-on
Height: 5'7" to 5'9"
Usual Size: M
Size Purchased: M
Awesome pants!

This is my second pair of atlas multi pants. They are pretty much the best running pants ever. Ultra comfy, super flattering, great pockets, and built to last. I literally forget I am wearing them- that is how comfortable they are on long runs. Two thumbs up!

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Divine P.
Wear it for: Running, Everyday wear
Product Fit: Spot-on
Height: 5'7" to 5'9"
Usual Size: L
Size Purchased: M
Gamechanger

Love them! I l enjoy wearing them as coverup for my shorts for my trek to the gym or the track. Or as a waterproof layer on long, wet, and cold runs. I'm 5'8 and the men's version hit my ankles. I got the men's because I believed the inseam would be longer and went down one size from my normal size. They look more like leggings with my thick legs but no complaints. It all worked out.

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David A.
Wear it for: Running, Hiking
Product Fit: Spot-on
Height: 5'10" to 6'0"
Usual Size: M
Size Purchased: M
Fantastic shell pants

Light, stretchy shell pants with great pockets. Haven't pushed the limits on their water resistance but not expecting a lot given they lack a membrane and just rely on DWR. One flaw is the size of the zip phone pocket, which is too small for a Pixel with a case, and it seems to be consistent with the other Janji short I tried. A good addition would be a way to roll up and secure the pant legs when they are unzipped. Button with loop, maybe?

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Timothy M.
Wear it for: Running
Product Fit: Runs small
Height: 5'10" to 6'0"
Usual Size: L
Size Purchased: L
Thumbs up

Great fit and function. Easy access pockets and long leg zip operate smoothly.

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Customer
Height: 6'0" to 6'2"
Too short

So sad.. was so excited to give my husband these for his bday. He’s 6’2” and they were high waters. He loved them otherwise. Please offer more lengths.

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Eric R.
Wear it for: Running, Hiking, Everyday wear
Product Fit: Spot-on
Height: 5'10" to 6'0"
Usual Size: L
Size Purchased: L
Great pants for just about anything

Great all around pants for everything. Run. Hike. Shedding a layer. Love the extra long leg zips. Comfortable inside and out. I usually run hot and prefer shorts year round but these are comfortable for me for temperature regulation. Would recommend!

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Kay A.
Wear it for: Running
Product Fit: Spot-on
Height: 5'4" to 5'6"
Usual Size: M
Size Purchased: M
Just buy it

This is one of the best joggers i ever had! I wore it couple of times for my trail running and works perfectly fine (I live in the Pacific Northwest). The first time, the weather was in 30s (32/33-38/39 by the time I finished) and the second time it was snowing and raining and the weather was in the 30s and cold due to the winds. On both occasions, this kept me warm (wasn't burning either). There was no wetness in the pants at all in spite of running in the snow and rain. I am 5'6 average built and got the medium. Length (in seam) is perfect for me. Coming to the pockets - I kept my iPhone 15 in my front pockets so that its easy to access it to take it out for pictures and also for checking the trails/route. Didn't feel much of a bounce or discomfort while running. Tried the back pocket and didn't feel the phone after few meters of running. Accessing the phone from the back pocket isn't that cumbersome either. If you are not going to use your phone during your runs, back pocket is the best place. I was little skeptical paying that much for a pant, but it is definitely worth it. And the customer service does deserve a mention (reached out to them and got my concern addressed - concern has nothing to do with the quality of the pants).