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A performance baselayer that ends above the ankles.

Mighty cold cross training calls for the Mountain Hardwear Men's Mighty Power 3/4 Tight. Stretchy fleece boosts warmth while breathable mesh panels take the sweat out of cross country skiing, late fall trail running, and early spring climbing missions on frigid rock.
  • MicroClimate Zoning construction incorporates breathable mesh panels to help control sweaty moisture and heat
  • Stretch jersey fleece and mesh panels maintain warmth and breathability for comfort in a mountain environment
  • An inseam gusset increases mobility when you're navigating technical terrain
  • Flatlock seam construction eliminates excess chafing when you're on the go
  • Wide low-profile waistband minimizes ride-up or excess movement
  • Reflective trim improves visibility at dusk and dawn

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4 5

Rides above the knee

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

These tights are very comfortable and midweight, making them good for everyday outdoor use in the winter. My only complaint is that they creep up above the knee during normal use, and you need to un-bunch them regularly. This likely won't bother most people, but I bought them specifically for some extra knee padding while doing trapeze acrobatics, and they come up short in this activity. I still use them for skiing and winter hiking.

I'm 6'1", 185 lbs, 33" waist. The large fits very well.

5 5

Great

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used these for ski touring a number of times. They work great underneath my non-insulated shell pants and wick sweat fantastically. They aren't super warm (no fleece lining or anything), but with a wind protecting layer, they definitely heat up your legs. I'm 6'2", 165lbs, wear 32 X32 pants and I went with a medium. Fits great around the waist and quads. Only complaint is that the lower part doesn't stay down on my calf and typically scrunches up behind my knee a bit. This, however, doesn't really bother me. I just tuck them into my ski socks to solve that problem if I want full coverage.

5 5

Everything I wanted from these.

These tights rock! I have never worn them biking or running but wore a bit with warm days skiing and use as a raft guide in class 2/3 waters. They fit well, I went to the smaller size and got a small just to make sure I had a lasting waste. They dry out faster or equal to my boardshorts and add a little insulation and knee protection. The only annoyance I have is with the backpocket since I never use it and sometimes while driving the truck it annoys me a bit. Other than that these provide a little bit of warmth and comfort.

I'm 5'11", buck-eighty lbs, waistXinseam...

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I'm 5'11", buck-eighty lbs, waistXinseam is 33X33. Would the M or L be a better fit?

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A medium is W32-24, but the length maxes out at 32, so either length or waist will be a little off.