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Marmot Fore Runner Tight - Women's


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    Dress for success.

    The first step to a good workout is picking clothing to match your performance. With the Marmot Women's Fore Runner Tight, you can be sure your pant-choice will pay off. This mid-weight tight is perfect for early morning spin class and even your newest high intensity workout fix you indulge in every evening. With a gusseted crotch, you get extra mobility to do what you need to do to make that workout count.

    • Warm, midweight tights for making your workout worthwhile.
    • UPF 50 keeps harmful rays from reaching your skin
    • Quick-drying and sweat-wicking material keeps workouts dry
    • Gusset offers more mobility and comfort
    • Flatlock seams prevent chafing
    • Ankle zippers help with easy on and off
    • Reflective for night runs and training
    • Item #MAR016K

    Tech Specs

    [body] 79% recycled polyester, 21% elastane, [paneling] 87% polyester, 13% elastane
    slim, athletic
    1 zippered security
    UPF Rating
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    road running, trail running, training
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    Nice medium compression leggings...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: medium
    • Height: 5'0"
    • Weight: 135lbs

    These are a nice medium compression leggings with a high waist band and warm interior. I wish they would have displayed or discussed the zippers on the ankles in more detail. As a vertical challenged person, 5 ft nothing, I either tuck the ends of my leggings under or have them altered. If I were to cut off the zipper they would be floods or long capri length. The leggings are nice, but the zip leg will probably have them in my secondary pile. I have been using them for boxing and kickboxing classes. They will have to wait until June to be tried out on the trails.