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I can't find info regarding the temp ranges...

I can't find info regarding the temp ranges for the insulator tights vs the "regular" (i.e. non-ventilator) tights. What would you recommend???

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i think insulator means it keeps you warm? while ventilator means keep you cool in the summer? i wore it in the ozark endurance run just few days back and the evening temperature was about 40s low to 30s high and throughout, i never feel cold in my lower body. now, i'm thinking if i should invest one in the upper body.

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I've worn both, and found that this insulator version is by far the best for cold weather and winds. I've done several runs in 25-30 degrees F with medium winds and these have been perfect (no cold red thighs post run).