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A technical layer for moving quickly in cold conditions.
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Great running tights
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
These are exactly what I was looking for. Warm, durable,not too tight, not too baggy, not too high- or low-waisted. Can fit a pair of thin leggings underneath if it gets really cold.
do these pants have pockets and leg...
do these pants have pockets and leg zippers?
These pants have one internal mesh pocket, but unfortunately no leg zips.
do these pants have pockets? or zippers...
do these pants have pockets? or zippers in the legs? thank you!
These pants have one internal mesh pocket, but unfortunately no leg zips. Hope this helps with the decision!
Base Layer in Alaska
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs large
I used the Radiant Tight last spring on a trip to Alaska. These went under my ski pants on really cold days. They work great as a base layer on bone-chilling ski days and are great to use for running/yoga down day activities or winter camping. They do run a bit baggy, which can make it hard to have the perfect fit under a ski pant, but sometimes the loose fit is preferable. In the end, they are a really warm and versatile layer. I would definitely recommend having them in the quiver of fall/winter active clothes.
Just What I Needed
Love these tights - they're smooth and wind-resistant on the outside, fleecy (but not too fleecy) on the inside. They wick really well; I've worn them running in abnormally warm winter weather and I didn't get clammy and gross. Haven't worn them XC skiing yet, but I imagine they'd be perfect. They are slightly looser fitting than I thought they would be (I'm 5'4, 125 lbs with thicker thighs - bought the S), but that's not to say they're too big. They're just not as form-fitting as other fleece tights I've had.
They run big which is too bad because they are cozy and warm and M are out of stock :(