Paneled Warmth Tight

$118.00 USD
$99.00 USD
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designed for

Run, train

zippered pocket

Helps keep your essentials secure on the go

reflective details

Intentionally placed for visibility in low light


Designed to sit at the waist with a second-skin fit

Paneled Warmth Tight is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not quite what I was expecting After running in these tights a few times I feel that they leave something to be desired. the over all fit of these tights is decent over all but they are cut in an odd way in the ankle knee and waist area. The ankle area seems to be to wide and baggy compared to the rest of the tight while the back of the knees seem to bunch up no matter how much i try to pull them up or down. As for the waist these tights are some what on the high side and need to be worn at the natural waist in order to not bunch up in the front. this is not an issue in its self but even with the draw string tied they seem to creep down to my hips leaving the crotch area loose and baggy. I feel that these should have veen cut to fit lower of have a similar to your women's tights if they were intended to be worn on the high side. Finally the rear zip pocket is so shallow that you can barely fit a key let alone a card make it some what useless.
Date published: 2016-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Fitting Tight for Cold I started wearing these tights for my 4 times a week 5k morning runs under 50 degrees, and down to 32 degrees (so far). My legs feel very warm where the panels are placed and the areas with no paneling are slightly cold at first, but then warm up just fine. These have kept me so warm during my runs I don't have to worry about the cold. These tights have a very good amount of compression, no bunching at the knees, get support where is counts for men, and a nicely framed rear end. The waist is a bit high, but is good for coverage for cold runs, so not really a complaint. I have worn mine for at least 20 runs/washes now and so far they have held up with the exception of a seam starting to slightly unravel (very minor) Overall I give them 5 stars for your cold runs.
Date published: 2015-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fall Weather Running Just got these this week and used them for a run around the lake - about 5k. The fit is perfect - feel supported but not full compression like the Tight Stuff tights. For reference, I'm 175# and 5' 11" tall. Comfortable enough to wear around the house, too. The temp for my run was about 50 degrees F, which is a little too warm for these. The warmth felt great for the first 10 minutes then I was a little overdressed. Here in Minnesota it's only a few more weeks until it's much colder. I'm going to be out in 30's and 40's which should be just right. The fleece panels on the quads and and calves keep the wind out while the other areas ventilate more. The fleece is quite thin, so doesn't add any bulk. Pockets on the sides are easily big enough for my iPhone 5s or keys and the stretch material keeps stuff from bouncing around. They are slightly to the back of the midline of my hip, so things don't rub on the muscle or bone of my thigh. Nice detail. The back pocket is only big enough for key fob or credit card sized items. Length is ample to cover the ankles at my height.
Date published: 2015-10-17
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