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SubZ Padded Tight
You're committed to your winter base miles, regardless of what Mother Nature has to say about it, so suit up with the SubZ Padded Tights for extra warmth when the temperatures dip. These tights offer a slim fit ideal for running or cycling, plus added insulation over the knee and thigh to keep you feeling toasty and ready to go.
- Insulated tights for hammering through cold miles
- Slim fit is ideal for running, can be paired with chamois for bike
- Padded insulation hits the knee and thigh for added warmth
- Heat-bonded quilting won't move around while you train
- Zippered back pocket provides secure storage for cards, keys
- Zipper at leg endings helps create a seamless fit with tall socks
- Reflective elements offer a boost in visibility in low light settings
- Item #CRA00HM
- [front panels] 100% polyester, [back panels] 87% polyester, 13% elastane
- elastic with drawstring
- tape at front
- Recommended Use
- commuting, road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 30 days
What do you think about this product?
March 16, 2020
Warm but disappointing
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 4"
- 168 lbs
With spring on the way we finally(?) had an 18 degree morning when I could test these out. I’ve been on the hunt for THE warmest running tights and as someone whose body temperature runs cold, most warm tights haven’t been warm enough. These appear durable and well made. However... my main issue is the padded fabric. I was expecting this to be an extra layer sewn on top. It is not, and is instead an inserted piece of fabric with a smooth backing as opposed to fleece. When I first tried them on I’d say they felt pretty comfortable but did notice feeling the seams and didn’t find the back of the padded fabric particularly nice. It’s not that it’s bad but is just... not soft and stretchy like fleece. But my main issue after finally running in them was this: even though my legs felt slightly warmer than when I’ve worn my other tights, I also started sweating underneath that padded fabric and there’s nothing to absorb and wick the sweat away from the thighs. So I ended up with cold, sweaty thighs that were damp to the touch and since the padded fabric goes passed the knees I could feel my knees dripping sweat as well. The only way these could possibly work is with a thin wool base layer under. Disappointed because these were so expensive!