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teeback269 #51

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:04/07/2007 05:23:10

Can anybody tell me where to buy running tights in Australia? with winter approaching they will be better than shorts.

Thanks
616 #52

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:04/08/2007 10:52:51

ttp://www.skins.net in australia or try your local sport shop, they are a bit pricey though, you might want to go to k-mart or something and get some womens lycra pants/shorts
mrever_ready #53

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:04/08/2007 03:17:20

Nope, I didn't wear anything underneath my tights.    Maybe that's why they felt so great.     I can't wait for the trails to open up where we rollerblade (I think they're still snow covered).    So in the meantime, i rollerblade on the streets around our house for about half an hour.     I prefer the trails because they follow the river (more scenic) and most people using them are into fitness (again, more scenic, lol).   
JM_Runs #54

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:04/10/2007 12:57:23

You're braver than I am...I don't think I could get away with going commando under lycra!
mrever_ready #55

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:04/10/2007 02:32:54

I don't think it has much to do with bravery.     Remember what Fernando from the old Saturday Night Live episodes used to say  .........     It's not how you feel, it's how you look.     And I look mahhhhh velous !     

Just kidding, of course.     I'm now in my 50's, so I think my marvelous days are kinda over, all I know is that wearing my spandex tights with nothing underneath feels really, really good.     And, I hope, doesn't look too bad.    It makes me feel athletic, adventurous and it starts my rollerblading season a bit earlier.    

stanpuppy #56

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:09/29/2009 01:36:26

My wife just bought a pair to run in.  She wears nothing under them
DoreFan #57

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:09/29/2009 05:40:40

I wear very tight biking shorts when I'm out biking. The rubber protective pad between the legs helps create an even bigger bulge up front. No one has ever said anything about these, but I did have a friend drop by one day and he said "you look VERY fit!" I haven't had any  problems wearing these into restaurants and pubs during my bike rides. The waitresses may take a second look, but haven't complained.
thong_jock #58

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:09/30/2009 04:23:21

I am a big fan of running tights. I wear them whenever I run and sometimes when hiking too - been doing so since my late teens. They are comfortable, practical and IMHO sexy as hell. I always wear a thong under them so I don't have lines in the back. Always gets me a little hot when i see other guys out in spandex tights. Being gay, I'm a big fan of the male form and although I am the type who thinks anyone should wear what they like, regardless of their level of fitness, my thoughts are that if you are going to wear tight revealing spandex or thongs you should do yourself a favor and work on your body, so you can look your best when people gawk. :-) I think it' helps the thonger cause by being in shape and having what most people consider to be a fit, sexy body.
stanpuppy #59

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:10/15/2009 02:22:49

I just ordered the muscleskins Brazilian trunk, which they say they can also make into running tights.  Based on how I like the trunk, I may place an order for a pair of running tights in a custom color.
stanpuppy #60

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:10/15/2009 06:27:16

I am expecting the trunk in the mail any day now.  I will let you know my thoughts when it arrives.  I will post it in the "Muscleskins" thread in the swimwear section
stanpuppy #61

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/18/2010 02:29:20

I just got a pair of fila running tights ($80 dollars...on clearance for $15).  They were a size small, so they really hug.  Cant wait to go running in them...wife will like them alot
DowneMixedBoi #62

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/18/2010 11:45:35

 Good find Stanpuppy- I just got a pair of Skins Brand running tights, normally $120. but got them brand new in box for only $20 with shipping! 

DowneMixedBoi #63

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/18/2010 11:47:51


I like Tendenze tights as well.  Megaskin or 2nd skin if fine.
stanpuppy #64

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/18/2010 04:25:23

I want to get a pair of the N2N runners.  they look pretty good, plus they have a defined pouch...which is a bonus
ardvarken #65

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/18/2010 04:47:52

I've found that the 3/4 length/capri tights are simply the best for running and I really like the look a lot more than a full length tight. In Europe this seems to be much more popular for men (or at least more available), than here in the US and I've purchased quite a few on my travels there.  
In the past years here in the US, looking for more of those but not really finding much, I've purchased hundreds of different pairs of women's capri-length tights and wear them in the gym, running, biking, pretty much everywhere and really love the fit and feel of them.    There are a few brands that offer them for men here in the US, like CWX, but not really crazy about those. 
The only time I'll wear full length tights is when it's below 30F, above that, the capris rule.
I've never had one negative complaint, and many positive ones from women.

JM_Runs #66

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/19/2010 04:50:10

I wear some Nike black (long) tights to the gym for my leg workouts.  (start with squats, then hack squats, leg curls, leg extensions).  It keeps my legs nice and warm, has tremendous flexibility...it is definitely a comfort thing especially with a thong underneath.  It does get some attention, I normally have to field questions from 3-5 people regarding leg workout advise if I wear these.

No point in wearing long shorts to the gym on leg day...gotta see the legs!
JM_Runs #67

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/19/2010 04:53:10

...also keeps inner thighs from chafing when they get pumped up.
mack_back #68

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/19/2010 05:50:38

 I wear short running tights find it most comfortable working out, esspecially when biking. Got lot of looks from ladies, because i think they have never seen i guy in tight shorts at the gym ever.

Rarely see women wearing tights these days. Styles for tights have mostly gone away for women these days. Mostly women that i see wear loose capri pants, tight around the hips and loose at the leg hem or boot cut pants, tight at the hip and flare out at the ankles.
Glutes #69

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/20/2010 03:58:42

 When I lived up in Oregon during the late 70's and during most the 80's..I lived in NE and then Central Oregon..During the Winter my usual daily attire consisted of a hoody on top,running tights to keep my legs warm with/and or without running shorts over them, wool socks and Converse All-Stars..yeah..I was quite a sight.
stanpuppy #70

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/21/2010 01:18:42

Gotta disagree with you mackback.  At the gym i work out at, almost every women in their is wearing tights in the winter time.  My wife wears nothing but to lift and run in. Up here in the northeast, it is cold right now...tights are a way of life for women
mack_back #71

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/21/2010 06:10:17

Gotta disagree with you mackback.  At the gym i work out at, almost every women in their is wearing tights in the winter time.  My wife wears nothing but to lift and run in. Up here in the northeast, it is cold right now...tights are a way of life for women


Well most women i see wear stylish yoga pants or capris. Very rare to see women wearing tights. I find women go with trends and if you look in stores for athletic wear for females you will see a lot of yoga capri pants wide colorfull waistband and tight at the hips, then wide at the hem. Women follow trends and if the stores sell mostly yoga pants and capri's thats what females will wear. Tights and leggings are old news so females stop wearing them. Reason stores stock the new style yoga pants is, women are getting fat and those thighs, fat calfs and ankles are easier to hide under ballon yoga pants.

Most women only that wear tights i see are early Sunday morning outdoor runners 2 out of 3 wear tights.
At the gym i rarely see women wearing tights maybe 3 or 4 females i would spot wearing them in a week which is a very low ratio percentage amount given that i go to various gym's almost everyday. The other ladies wear whats new or loose short running shorts showing off their legs.
I can remember only a few years back it was black leggings was all the rage female trainers would wear them showing their ass, tight short shorts womens cheeks would show the good old days.. Now if i seen a female wear short shorts and athletic bra top she would stand out so much she would look like being nude. Other woman would make her feel like a slut.

At times i'm the only person wearing tights and tight tops at the gym, which gives those mommies to take a double look at my clothing atire.. I may try capri tights but don't think i would look good in them.
ardvarken #72

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/21/2010 06:47:05

mack_back, if you might be interested in the capri length (in the gym to me they just seem to make more sense than full length tights, but to each his own)
Here's a good example:Asics Kneetight:http://www.asicsamerica.com/products/product.aspx?PRODUCT_ID=240012733&TITLE_CATEGORY_ID=250001561&PARENT_CATEGORY_ID=250001540
I've ordered from UK stores that carry mens styles, in the US this cut just doesn't seem that popular, but just covering the knees I think it makes a great look, certainly different.  Asics also makes many more styles/colors for women and I find the cut just the same, but you can find stripes, etc.
I've bought a pair or two of the yoga capris with the looser bottom, and on a guy, I just don't think the look works, but again, I think anyone can wear whatever they please.
JM_Runs #73

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/21/2010 05:47:35

 Goes to show that although the McDonnalds are identical coast to coast, what the people wear varies from place to place.
stanpuppy #74

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/22/2010 04:30:37

I guess we must be different in the northeast.  In the summer time, bra tops and short shorts are quite the norm at our gym.
thong_jock #75

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/22/2010 11:45:17

 I often wear running tights with light colored side panels...I also wear short running jackets, so sometimes you can see the tiny side straps of my thong thru the thin stretchy light colored fabric of my spandex tights.
proppen1 #76

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/24/2010 12:01:41

Normally when I am working out I wear a thong underneath a pair of black coloured running tights. When I look in the mirror I can't see the thong. But sometimes when I have walked by girls they have giggles as if they could see I am wearing a thong.
What is your experience in the visibility, is it actually more visible than you should think?
Sunson #77

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/24/2010 12:57:25

Today I was at the gym. On sundays, I always see some new faces - and today I saw two guys (one was like 25yo, another one - 45) wearing short, tight running pants. So that´s 5 guys overall (incl me) I saw on the gym. But I wear them only when running on the machine, and when I am going upstairs (to train some muscles) and know there are a lot of people, I put my loose pants on... Yea, I wish I was more selfconvincet.
Also today, there were about 20 women at the gym and over half of them wore tight running pants. The pants wasn´t maybe real running pants, but they were tight enough, to see their underwear. Mostly they wore some grandmas pants:( But there was one girl (maybe 30yo) and she wore incredibly sexy gray, shiny running pants with awesome thongs underneeth. But I saw her maybe like 10 seconds, cause as I was starting to run, she just finnished, but she was really sexy.
And back to me - I always wear thongs under running tights, they aren´t visible, but I can see thongsline in the mirror, so the only way to see them, is if you look at my butt at check if I really wear them.
The same goes to my bike tights - they are also tight, but not seethru - but again - thongsline are visible. I like to wear them, but always wear longer Tshirt, to cover up my butt. Once, I wore pink, short running tights (RunnersPoint) - The colour´s maybe rather for women - I know - but they used to be my favorite running pants due to very good material - inside cotton, outside, spandex (a little bit shiny). Today they are laying in the drawer, but I won´t throw them away;)
And last year I bought for 1€ long, shiny bike pants (in blue) with these pillows in crouch. But the tights are so thin, so you can see every underwear, and if you sit down, your butt is exposed - something like thick pantyhose. Of course I don´t use them outside, but I think it would be nice, to do so:)
Dr S #78

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/24/2010 03:20:27

I often wear running and cycling tights or tight shorts when it's warmer. I also used to wear them for yoga. The outline of the thong is often fairly clear from the raised line of the seam. Sometimes with lycra fabrics they can be fairly transparent under the right lights, especially if them pull tighter when bending down and the full colour of your undertwear can be seen through the tights. It doesn't bother me, but if you're self-concious about showing it off beware. I can usually make out what type of underwear everyone else is wearing under their tights, so they can probably see yours!
ardvarken #79

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/24/2010 07:03:56

I typically wear nude color thongs underneath spandex shorts or tights. I have quite a few from Nike, they don't seem to offer them here in the USA right now, they did before, but I've seen them on the UK nike store, they are dri-fit women's thongs, but fit a guy perfectly and you don't really see the thong at all.   I've not seen too many nude/skin colored ones for men in a thin material so I found those and they have worked great for quite a few years.
Here's an link to nike (item no longer avail though)
http://reviews.nike.com/9191/138275/reviews.htm
They are extremely thin material, very very comfortable and hold everything in it's place.

 
John Howard #80

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/25/2010 08:00:42

I actually wear compression tights, not running tights, at the gym.  Compression tights are stronger and tighter, they have been embraced here in Australia by a lot of sports people, especially australian football and rugby players.  The recovery benefits of these garments are obvious.  
Compression tights and tops have nothing to do with hot or cold weather (at least here Down Under).  I wear them all year round.   They warm you up in winter and cool you down is summer.  They aren't as flashy as typical running tights, however they have more stitches that form several panels according to the area of the body that is compressed. They are also quite expensive, a good pair of compression tights would easily reach the 100 dollars mark.   But you really get what you pay.It's interesting how they are considered 'in' due to the endorsement of footbal players.  I've seen a few bodybuilders wear them at the gym, mostly under baggy pants or shorts.   I wear them plain, on their own and with nothing on top.  I couldn't imagine a workout, especially a heavy squat or heavy deadlift session, wearing anything but compression pants and compression tops.  My favourite session at the gym is the 20 rep full squat with 1.5 times my body weight, and the 20 rep deadlift with 2 times my body weight.  Can anyone imagine what would happen to a conventional pair of track pants by the middle of the set (I've destroyed plenty of track pants that way in the past), or what would happen to a conventional pair of jocks (no g-string) after a few reps.  To wear a thong or a g is a must when doing squats:   everything stays in its place and you focus on your legs and getting to the rep #20, and not your underwear moving up and down.
Driving up to the gym on my squat or deadlift days, is very thrilling:   I can feel the adrenaline pumping up my whole body.  The fear of not handling the same weight as the previous session, the pain.....   and nothing compares to the feeling of completing your set.   Only time when I can feel the same thrill is when I head up to my beautician every 6 weeks for my full body waxing:   I know it will hurt, but there's no time to chicken out.  The same as with the gym session over, the feeling of my body been oiled by the beautician's hands  at the end of the session, after putting up with the pain, is wonderful. 
Don't know if my underwear would show under my compression pants;  it might.  
My underwear showing doesn't really matter to me, I actually would rather not show any underwear line, but at the end I don't care.    But when I can see one or two veins under the spandex, that makes my day. 
The best brands I've tried of compression garments are BSC (Australian), CWX (American), Sugoi (Canadian) and then 2XU and Skins.
I also wear over my head a Nike Performance Skull Cap;  is tight as well and I wear it to stop the sweat fall ing n my face and eyes while having a cardio workout.
At the end, I look like a sort of an all-black Spiderman at the gym, but I'm sure that I'm maximising my workout by wearing the best equipment (clothing) that helps on my recovery and performance. 
and I agree with Strip1974, wearing spandex at the gym encourages to lift more;  once you see your muscles pumping.  That can't happen if you wear loose attire.
stanpuppy #81

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:02/11/2010 10:17:43

Did something i havent done in ages....wore tights to the gym to workout.  Felt AWESOME!!!!!  I wore a DKNY thong underneath and had a great workout.  May do this more often
pkthong #82

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:02/12/2010 09:10:54

 Occasionally I will wear running tights to the gym for a session with my trainer. He has never said anything about it but he probably thinks it is weird or "gay" . Mind you he is a bodybuilder type and a Brooklyn Macho guy( think "Jersey Shore" but smarter and more mature).He always says that he envies my legs (I do have muscular legs that are proportional to the rest of my body) so I do like to show them off when I can(not for him necessarily but for me). I love the feeling of working out in them but since I am the only guy who ever does it does feel as though I am being watched.  Our trainer has noticed that most guys will only work out their upper body and tend to have relatively scrawny legs.So he does admire the fact that I regularly work out my legs.
gradstudch #83

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:02/14/2010 03:26:21

Pk thong, what kind of tights do you wear? I am looking for the ones that are mid thigh length. Any ideas?
mack_back #84

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:02/14/2010 06:17:29


 Anyone tried dance leggings at gym to workout? Leggings are the tightest things you can ever wear. Worn black leggings once at the gym was little nervous because i was thinking they may split open and tear. No outer leg side seam, only seams my leggings have are between the legs and front and butt with a narrow fitted elastic waistband. 
Anyone feeling running tights are very comfortable try dance leggings and you will feel as if you had nothing on except your thong. As for durability made for dancers they have to hold up well i presume. Seen lot of women wear leggings in the past working out, now i know what i was missing all these years very comfortable.

 I wear longer shirts just in case the leggings seams split in my crouch. Also having longer shirt helps from people viewing my thong line on my butt because they are a bit transparent when streached in bright light. I can see my skin color on side of my thighs from the fabric streaching, not a lot but a little bit.

Other running tights i own tend to have more flat seams on the outer thighs but find leggings a different option.

Bought black nike capri running tights first time wearing them got a lot of looks from people at the gym. Some women couldn't stop looking at me from behind. One guy asked a group of women that they can't concentrate working out while they were talking to each other and looking at him (meaning me). 
Only difference in my capri running tights and other running tights is that the capri tights have no butt seam. With other tights depending on how tight they are they seem to rise up my butt crack making others to see i wear no undies underneath.. while the capri tights give a big saddle like butt which may look not as offensive to others i presume.
For those people feel disgusted at my atire at the gym they look at every opportunity they get to look at my ass crack in tights, just to see if they could spot a thong underneath or their obsession on how they would like to see how glutes can look with no fat around unlike themselves.  
 
12345qwerty #85

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:03/14/2010 02:23:12

Hi, I live in the UK, Mid Cornwall, I have recently been wearing some"playboy" branded tights (size 8)  I found at  the local sports Direct store. They are a very light black fabric with the playboy logo embroidered on the ankles. There is only an inside seam and become a little transparent when pulled tight. I wear them at a local gym in the afternoons.  I actually like being looked at and I'm quite slim. I wear a very small ladies thong underneath and use a thin belt to keep the tights pulled up very tight so that the seam in the back is always tightly in my bum. I also wear short tight fitting tops.
You can easily see that I'm wearing a thong and I wear them so tight that it looks like I'm wearing very little at all. I get alot of looks from both men and women but I like that. I wear this outfit to and from the gym as well, I don't really care much what people think about it, There hang-ups are there's.
Some years ago, back in Australia, I used go to a Aerobics class wearing a very small, very tight, one piece thong leoatard that looked more like a bikini, that and some sneakers, no tights or leggings. That was really an amazing feeling. The instructor and the other people in the class didn't mind either.
mack_back #86

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:03/15/2010 07:34:01

 12345qwerty had to reply to your post.....

I would think wearing any sort of tights would be tight all around the legs including the glutes, thus the name tights are they suppose to be that way? Wearing a thin belt around tights never heard of such a thing? A dance belt yes but thats entirely different, but thin belt ah no, thats very odd?

As for wearing a small ladies thong as to what? Wearing a very loose big male thong would make more sense?

At least your quite slim which is a must to wear any compressed athletic gear then some cows at my gym, can i say MOOW, cankles.. get the cheese grater out on those hamstrings and glutes. The leaner you are the better the tights complement yourself, stick like figure, if you prefer.

As wearing a "thong leoatard" as you put it, never heard of such a thing for anyone wearing to workout in. Only seen that in movies for shock factor. How would wearing thong leotard improve your workouts or anyone really? 

Wearing compressed gear tights, tops are not unusally for comfort or fitness ability. Wearing tops that compress your upper torso will stop injuries to happen giving you less range of motion, great when not having a spotter. Plus tops for men come in triatholon shortest tops and waist length compression tops only. I guess it's better then wearing a wet long t-shirt that covers you like a dress or skirt or better yet a hooded jacket and baggy pants how do those people think there fooling with there big butts.
 As for people looking at you and loving the attention isn't being at the gym to get the most out of your workout, not to chit chat and gossip on someone elses appearance and your likes and dislikes? 

As for me i wear only 100% high performance male apparael when working out feeling very comfortable and the ability to workout better not for anyone's sick obsessive benefit. For those thinking he is wearing women's clothes they should educate themselves and stop burning calories thinking and talking about what is appropiate to wear or not, it's a gym not a wedding party.
 If your fat i can see why someone would wear spandex because no other clothes will fit you so stop laughing at the unfortunate. If your skinny spandex will only help to improve your workouts better. If your casual in your workouts just running wear your baggy boot pants and hooded jacket so nobody will see your out of shape body, as they think they can really hide it, nobody cares...  




proppen1 #87

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:05/14/2010 08:51:42

I am looking for long tights for running and or wearing to the gym. But the ones I can find is always black, but I am looking for more colourfull ones for example light grey, blue and so on.
I can find a few sites which deals with these tights, but they don't ship to Europe.
Does any one know of homepages where I can find the above?

Also can someone recommend good tights that really shows of your butt. Most tights I have seen have the tendency just to make the butt looks flat. I want tights that rides up between the butt cheeks a little.

Thanks for the help.
shaved_thong_lover #88

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:05/14/2010 11:48:02

I have Aspire boot cut work out tights.  They are woman's, but basically are unisex.  I wear size medium and they end up being quite low cut, right above my package.  Great to wear working out.  They are the lowest cut I have found other than having them altered at the tailor.  And are made of a breathable nylon lycra as opposed to cotton lycra, so hold up beter at the gym.
bbyrne78 #89

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:05/15/2010 01:36:46

A few of the guys that lift weights in my gym wear the Adidas Techfit Powernet tights which are very tight and support all the major movement muscles from the waist down. Maybe not ideal for running as they do not have a pocket for keys or coins but they work well for going to the gym, yoga and pilates.
thongman8 #90

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:05/24/2010 02:04:14

 When I lived in DC, there was running/biking trail nearby.  I often wore just a pair of tight biker shorts and nothing else.  I was great for running.  I never once got a good or bad comment about my attire.

I found that they were the best things to run in.   
JM_Runs #91

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:05/28/2010 12:40:56

I wear Nike running gear (filament tight) for running or rollerblading.  Spring/summer its the capri style and as it gets colder then I switch to the full length tights. Both are very comfortable to wear. I always wear a g-string, but I always use a string back as I don't want to show the world what I am wearing underneath. That is for me to know and for others to wonder :-).


peterjde #92

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:05/29/2010 01:27:54

I started wearing spandex shorts and tights when I got into cycling.  After that, they seemed natural to wear for running, especially when I was unable to bike in the winter.  I wear spandex shorts ("half tights" as Adidas calls them) to the local YMCA to work out, always with a thong underneath.  A couple winters ago, I started wearing running tights to the Y, again with a thong underneath.  I typically wear an over-sized short, which hangs down.  There are many women at my YMCA who wear spandex shorts and tight (frequently with just a sports bra), but only one other man that I have seen wearing tights and 3 or 4 who wear spandex shorts (without wearing baggy shorts over them).
ardvarken #93

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:05/29/2010 02:27:34

 Why do so many feel the need to cover up their butt/package if they are wearing spandex shorts with a long t-shirt over it?
If you're wearing a thong underneath, things are usually pretty well 'confined' and presentable in my opinion.
I typically opt for the shorter length spandex shorts in summer which for some reason you can only get in women's styles, many of which are the same as men's, just shorter like 3" or 4" inseam.  
The spandex volleyball style shorts from Under Armour are some of the best I have and with all of the running I do, wearing these with a shirt that just comes to the waistband of the shorts to me is a comfortable setup.
As for cooler weather, it's always spandex tights.
Out of all of the runners I see in my area or those at the gym, rarely do I see another guy wearing tights.  I still think it all goes to male insecurities that someone's going to label you "gay".  Whatever.  


JM_Runs #94

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:05/29/2010 09:40:30

proppen1:
I would really like to get some tights that conform to the butt cheeks too. Actually, I would like to try some that fit *way* up like the guys dance ballet, but in a dark color.
 
ardvarken:
I agree and would like to wear shorter t-shirts or tank tops too, but they are very difficult to find.
 
Regarding male insecurities about being labeled "gay", I think that's only part of it. Some of it is "herd thinking". A large portion of it is what I call male body shame. The predominant culture in the US began attaching a negative bias of showing the "male form", and maleness and male sexuality in general. Women are encouraged to express, explore, and display their sexuality, whereas any male sexuality is repressed or outright reviled.
 
In the past 20 years or so an "anti-male" attitude has been spreading through our culture. I really feel sorry for the young men growing up today because they are given so many mixed messages and most of them aren't positive about being male.
luvzbikinis #95

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:09/17/2010 02:50:29

In cooler weather I seldom wear anything other than tights when biking or cycling. In the running club I belong to tights are fairly commonplace for men so I do not feel out of place. I enjoy wearing tights and find them very comfortable. I have also trained in ballet and other forms of dance and wore nothing but tights when doing so. I have also worn them to the gym without receiving any adverse comment.
JoeSnyder #96

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:09/17/2010 02:16:12

"But there was one girl (maybe 30yo) and she wore incredibly sexy gray, shiny running pants with awesome thongs underneeth. But I saw her maybe like 10 seconds, cause as I was starting to run, she just finnished, but she was really sexy."

There's nothing quite like seeing a hot fit woman training. I usually feel a surge of energy when I have some good female company at the gym.

tan_lines #97

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:10/24/2010 03:49:52

In the winter, I like to run in running tights, short t-shirt and just above the waist polar fleece. I love the feeling and look of the semi sheer, thin black tights. I've tried thicker tights and they work well too. Nike has a high tech version that I may pick up for the cold weather this year.
JM_Runs #98

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:10/27/2010 08:55:13

In the gym I am wearing Viga Mercury Shorts that is very short and tight.
I does show the bulge and the outline and my PA as I do not wear underwear, but I have not have any negative comments sofar.
Most of the men in the gym are wearing 3/4 tights and the girls long tights.
hwtan #99

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/09/2010 07:09:32

i always put on my running tights in gym, with my favourite thong under it.no problem as i do show off my bulge sometimes.as some ladies doing gym are wearing those very short tights as well.once, i had a lady who came up to me saying:" nice thong!"she turn around and show me her sexy mini thong under her white tights.we had a good chat about it! 
thonglife #100

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/12/2010 07:27:07

I definitely like to wear compression tights or shorts for working out, running and cycling. In the winter, I have always worn tights but this past year, I switched to compression shorts exclusively for running in warm weather. I prefer the tight fit over looser, baggy shorts. I always wear a thong under them and love the stares I often get out on greenway runs around town. Most of my tights and shorts are black but one pair is gray so when the sweat soaks through, you can totally see my thong from behind which I enjoy showing off. I have a black pair I wear to spin class that my thong shows through too. I've had ladies smile at me after class who were behind me during the ride. Compression clothing is great.
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