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thonger2005 #151

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/09/2011 02:51:17Copy HTML

 nice pix Shadow!

I need to get more pix of me in my yoga and exercise pants. But I need to delete some of my current pix to make room.

I look for pants that will show more of my thong panty lines because my thong absorbs all my sweat and kinda soaks thru to my cotton pants, leaving a wet triangle in back.

ShadowT #152

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/10/2011 12:25:14Copy HTML

 Thanks.  FWIW, I added a few more pics to each folder.
John Howard #153

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/12/2011 06:05:36Copy HTML

 I've tried a few different brands of compression pants, and I can definitely say that Skins A400 series are the best I've ever tried.They are quite expensive, if lucky you can find them at cheaper prices on ebay or amazon.They are outstanding to wear them after a workout for recovery purposes.And even better for training squats, leg press, hack squat, leg curl or any other leg exercises.
Australian brand, and by far the best.
Expensive, but you get what you pay.
Chantelle4both #154

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/16/2011 03:44:01Copy HTML

 Agreed! I do  a lot of cool weather running in mine... wear a thong underneath to keep things organized.
njbob1949 #155

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/16/2011 02:15:58Copy HTML

 Chantelle, That is a nice description of why you wear a thong underneath tights, namely, "to keep things organized."
ShadowT #156

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/16/2011 03:10:47Copy HTML

At least for now, I settled for a pair of women's Under Armour Heat Gear leggings (updated pics in my profile.)

I couldn't find any of the men's Heat Gear leggings locally, and I somewhat like the lower rise of the women's anyway.  I almost bought the Asics Myles II tights, but wasn't completely happy with the fit.  Plus, once I had settled on the size small be the proper size for me, they were sold out.

I've only worn the UA Heat Gear tights for a couple workout, under long track pants, but they do seem to help.  They also seem to be cool enough, even under pants.  I just can't find the confidence to wear just the leggings indoors; nobody else is, with long tights even being somewhat rare among the women and non-existant on the men (again, this is indoors).

FWIW, I also bought a men's Heat Gear compression shirt.  Judging by their size chart, a size Large is too big for me, but it's still very tight. *shrug*  I'm not sure that it helps with my cardio workouts much, other than keeping my t-shirt dry.
mack_back #157

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/16/2011 07:54:50Copy HTML

They don't look like women UA leggings because ones I tried on had the logo higher up on the waistband then mens who have them lower on the hip thigh area. Does your UA leggings have a gusset? Most women tights do have a gusset and UA for men I own three insulated leggings in different colors which are okay but not the best leggings you can buy. Heatgear leggings found them to sheer like your picture show the thong underneath. I own dance leggings with better fit  so I didn't need to buy heatgear tights.My asics 3/4 are good and snug giving me ass definition which most women like but Nike fits better with no back seam.
Leggings are made to be worn alone not as a base layer the fabric will wick away moisture better from your skin when not covered over.
If your working out indoors don't be intimidated by others seeing you in leggings and compression shirt. Your anxiety is in your head of feeling awkward and the only one wearing tights while working out. Get over it try it with a looser shirt then you will see it was only your fear stopping you from wearing what you want.Women go through the same decision of covering themselves or wearing other loose clothes when working out. Feeling of not having the right body to wear tights or having people looking at you more then usual. 
Think about it this way what possibly could go wrong wearing your leggings and shirt on it's own. People know your working out and clothes you wear are made for that exact task. Unless you decide to wear leggings doing errands or walking the street for fashion, people will find it odd. For gym use exercise you will be fine and surprised at how people won't notice you as you might think. Take it from me I do it all the time.It looks more foolish wearing shorts over tights in my opinion being self conscious will make you looked at as odd.Be confident when you wear your UA leggings but you might want to have the same colored thong on underneath so it won't show through as much.

ShadowT #158

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/16/2011 08:31:47Copy HTML

They're definitely women's tights and do have the soft fabric covered gusset in the crotch.  I do pull them up probably an inch higher than they're supposed to be, so they don't look so obviously low-rise.  This is what I bought: http://www.underarmour.com/shop/us/en/pid1201276-001

I mostly wanted to try compression tights to see if they helped stabilize my hip and perhaps my knees.  I forgot what it is called, but I have a ligament or something on the outside of my left hip that rolls over the hip joint.  It bothers me more with lateral movement, especially when I'm bent at the hip (e.g. sitting) and move to the side at the same time, but my hip sometimes feels tight when I run.  Otherwise I'm fine with just running in shorts like most other people.  It's just that it's getting cold and I'm a little too lazy to change from pants to shorts at the gym. I'd rather just walk in and get to work.

And I'll definitely wear just the tights before I'll ever wear shorts over them, which I agree would simply draw more attention than the tights alone.  I'm probably more insecure about thongs showing through, but I'm also uneasy at the prospect of encountering coworkers and how they might perceive me.  I've done some mirror checks and I can rarely see the thong itself, but I can generally see the lines. If I wear just the UA compression shirt, there's no hiding the lines.  If I pull the shirt down, I swear it actually makes the lines more visible since the shirt isn't as glossy.  I realize most people aren't going to look that closely, and if they do most of them aren't going to admit it, yet I have reservations about it. 

I almost bought some Adidas Prep Tights, which were more then $10 cheaper.  They were VERY lightweight, but extremely see through.  They also came way too high up over my waist.
fetishhoutx #159

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/17/2011 02:28:56Copy HTML

I bought the Adidas Prep tights and agree with Shadow T,  they are see through.   Not extremely, but just enough to show a light colored thong, which is why I love them.  The Adidas Prep tights I think replaced the Adidas C & S (cut & sewn) tights which were extremely see through.  I like the higher waste which provide core support and compression and allows you to decide how much thong you show (the higher/more you stretch it, the more you show.)  Oh and the price is great with the long tights around $30 -$35. 
Gstringing #160

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/22/2011 05:29:13Copy HTML

I'm looking for some black, low rise, knee length running tights for men, but have not been able to find any.  I'm not sure if this type of item has been mentioned here.  Thanks for any help.
ardvarken #161

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/23/2011 12:45:29Copy HTML

Gstringing, while there are some makes of men's in knee length or 3/4 / capri, I doubt you'll find anything low rise.    The women's capris by Under Armour, Nike, Adidas, Asics all fit a man just fine and you'll find plenty of low rise options there.

ardvarken #162

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/23/2011 03:57:40Copy HTML

 Something like: http://www.underarmour.com/shop/us/en/pcid1203531http://www.casall.com/3-4-running-tights.html  (the quality of these are amazing, but pricey)http://www.runningwarehouse.com/descpageWRA-NWLRCP1.html
Chantelle4both #163

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/24/2011 12:25:09Copy HTML

 I have a pair of capri length tights from Pearl Izumi. Thick enough for 0 centigrade and still show some curves with great style.
peterjde #164

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/24/2011 02:08:43Copy HTML

I was wearing my UA tights at the YMCA this morning for my workout (today was a running day), and I actually had someone make a comment!  Another man asked if the tights had much compression to them; I said that they had some, and that they were good for running shorter distances (5K).  We talked about the quality of compression in them (and others) for a minutes, then parted.  This is the first comment I have ever had from anyone about what I wear when I workout at the Y.
AVBW21 #165

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:11/24/2011 07:36:50Copy HTML

Gstringing, If you are looking for some knee length and low rise tights, SKINZwear has what you want.
Look for men's tights section and go for style A18, it's $30, if their colours and fabrics don't suit your need, you may ask them to custom make one, it will be $40
Sunson #166

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/02/2011 03:49:37Copy HTML

Within last 3 months I bought 8 tights. I won them on ebay auction, and the store is 10km away from me, so I picked the stuff personally. I won the auctian and paid like 70% less than regular price. One of the sellers wasn´t much kind when I visited them last time. 7 out of 8 tight are for women and are with pads. However, when the seller gave me them, he said "have a fun with those tights" so I guess he didnt even know if they were for men or women. Anyway, those tights are absolutely perfect. The are from Ziener and Gonso (german company).  I just gotta say, the fabric is fantastic, and the body (mine and my wife´s) looks outstanding.Maybe someday I ll upload few pix of me wearing them.But I had some feeling, 3/4 tights aren´t for men - I know you said theay are, but I never saw any men wearing them, but finally, yeasterday, while I was driving a car, I saw a guy on a bike and he was wearing 3/4 tights. Couldnt see if he wore thongs, but still, I feel good and cant wait for warm days.Now is pretty cool (8C - 46F, at night eeven 26F - -3C) so I have to wear winter tights, but theay are also pretty cool.
thonglife #167

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/02/2011 11:37:18Copy HTML

I mostly run in Nike Dri-fit tights for men when its cooler out. They fit quite well and are adequately snug in the crotch as I prefer. Since I love and wear Roadrunner Sports compression shorts all summer, I am considering getting their tights as well.

In the meantime, I picked up some Under Armour Heatgear women's compression tights and tried them on runs this week. They ride very low, barely above my a$s crack in the back but they are nice and thin and snug. Considering I have a smaller ass than most women, I am surprised they are so low. I wear a low cut thong underneath and really don't want to show a whale tail, hah!
Tanned Bum #168

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/03/2011 02:00:44Copy HTML

When I go jogging in the fall-spring I wear tights. I had a chance  to purchase some Nike Hydra swimming tights. They are awesome, the fit is snug in the right places. Plus it has like a brief outline in the front to keep the crotch from sagging. The ankles have like a rubber band opens and sits low like a swim brief. Don't know how long they will last so I bought another pair. My wife suggested I try them swimming, I told her I didn't think I could get out of them when wet. I got them wet in the shower and they shed water like a freshly waxed car. Sure enough after I was soaked, they were painted on. In the spring, when I run the beach  I will try it them out.
Sunson #169

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/03/2011 01:27:09Copy HTML

 Gotta question to all bikers here:Itßs been said, that if you wear bicycle tights with pad, you shouldnt wear any underwear, because the pad is nowadays bacteriogical (or whatever it´s called) and wearing underwear makes the pad useless. But I tried to ride without thong and it´s not cool for me. i dont like when my things donw there are loose, therefore I always wear thongs. Do you wear thongs underneat tights with pad?
njbob1949 #170

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/03/2011 06:20:14Copy HTML

 When I go biking, I wear a thong under the bikeshorts. It is much more comfortable for me that way. I tried a few times wear the shorts without a thong underneath, but it was too uncomfortable.  
ondaspot #171

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/03/2011 09:40:56Copy HTML

im looking for a pair of tights where the inseam  goes up your butt like the ballet dancers wear. i bought a pair of capezio tights and they dont go up my butt. they just give me the regular look. the size is right. they come up to my chest but i cant get the look that i want please help!!!
mack_back #172

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/03/2011 11:02:19Copy HTML

Tights that ride up are usually the no seam type that are used for women as tube top. They stretch up covering there chest just like a top. While same time give you a wedgie. Most ballet tights will do the same just men put a string inside and roll the material up until fits around your waistline then fasten the strings together. Capezio leggings you bought are not suppose to do what you want. Only dance ballet tights will give you the bum cleavage your looking for. They have less denier 80 or above weave fabric like pantyhose but lot less transparent. To find seamless leggings they are what you would want but might have trouble keeping them up without wearing belt or string wrapped around the waist. They are cheap come in a one size fits all. Found them to be to long but you can wear them around your heels like tights? http://www.amazon.com/Black-Seamless-Leggings-Full-Length/product-reviews/B00320WRXI/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1
If you can't acquire dance ballet footless tights. Try this link and running tights out they do it also. Size up because they tend to fit smaller then normal.  http://www.wiggle.co.uk/asics-ladies-eikoku-knee-tight/

thonger2005 #173

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/04/2011 12:12:13Copy HTML

 I am looking for the same affect that ondaspot is looking for.

still havent had any success either.
Thongdude87 #174

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/04/2011 08:32:05Copy HTML

 I can recommend the compression tights from 2XU, they manufacture for both sexes and are the most awesome compression tights I've ever worn. Perfect for heavy squat days and the likes.
mack_back #175

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/05/2011 01:13:49Copy HTML

2xu what is so incredible about these tights? Is it the fabric denier and are you talking about the elite running 2xu tights? Could you explain, please because I was thinking of buying them but happy with my Nike filament tights.
BarelyCovered #176

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/05/2011 02:13:12Copy HTML

I found some research on compression clothing and there is no significant benefits from it! My local 2XU (two times you) dealer told me that he noticed difference during his triathlon training (of course), but one interesting thing was the fact that he had better "contact" with his muscles, what that means I dont know!
Personally I will most likely buy me some 2xu tights. But I gonna wait to spring next year when 2xu releases their newest model with 110 or 120 denier. The elite-model now has 50/70 denier. I just fall for the design with the X and the compression is just a bonus with or with out its benefits.
Here is the abstract from one article:

Purpose: The aim of this study was to examine the effects of wearing compression tights on muscular performance following circuit training composed of stretch-shortening cycle activities. Synthesis: Velocity of a 20-m sprint running and jump height were analyzed in seven subjects before and after circuit training performed with and without compression tights. Conclusion: The reduction in 20-m running speed and jump height after the circuit training was similar with or without compression tights. The effect of wearing compression tights on muscular performance during circuit training involving SSC activities was negligible.
another one:
Aims: This article reviews the actual knowledge about the use of compression tights and stockings and their effects on muscle haemodynamics during exercise. Current knowledge: Some questions are still remaining regarding repeated muscular exercise-induced deleterious effects on veins' shears and valves. These effects can be diminished with the use of compression tights or stockings, in order to enhance venous function and improve muscle haemodynamics. Points of view and plans: The use of compression tights in running activity does not seem to directly enhance the performance per se, but has an effect on muscle function during and after an exercise. This could in part account for a possible decrease in recovery times. Further studies are needed to evaluate the positive effects of these tights during and after an exercise. Conclusion: Regarding venous function and muscle haemodynamics the use of compression tights is beneficial. However, in order to avoid high pressure deleterious effects, healthy subjects' vascular physiology has to be taken into account when developing compression tights.

stanpuppy #177

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/06/2011 02:12:37Copy HTML

Great insight Barelycovered.  Truthfully, I could give a rats ass how it performs. I just like how it looks!!
pkthong #178

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/06/2011 09:54:33Copy HTML

 Indeed Stanpuppy, Sometimes when I am asked about my swimwear choice or tights and I find myself trying to defend my choice by thinking of some practical or scientific reason. I at some point just say "it's what I like."   I have found that people are more accepting that way. Barelycovered; Thank you for the research it is interesting and who knows, may there can be a large, peer reviewed, double blinded(? practical) study on this topic and some huge breakthrough may occur.
Chantelle4both #179

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/08/2011 12:55:18Copy HTML

 Underwear under cycling shorts.... sorta makes sense. Especially if your bike shorts are getting worn out. I usually don't. I don't see any health reason why with or without would raise concerns, provided they are clean! If the quality of the underwear is high, such as JM skins it does make for a pleasant experience. ... as well those UA tights with the green stripe are tres - chic!! Would love to run outside with them. If ever you get "negative" feedback on this sort of thing, the magic phrase is "my wife/girlfriend likes it" usually disarms most haters!!
Gstringing #180

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/08/2011 05:07:45Copy HTML

I got the Skinz A18 knee length low rise tights and I really like them.  However, want to get same style in a differant fabric.  Does Nike offer this style in dry fit?
AVBW21 #181

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/09/2011 07:51:21Copy HTML

Yes I think NIKE has above-the-knee length running tights, but the tights have too many stitching around the package and inner thighs, and I really really hate the little zipper pocket at the back, also they are only available in black so I don't like this NIKE one.
I just stick to my SKINZ A18 and custom make other special fabrics, they are fantastic, like grey driflex microfibre lycra. If you wear a thong underneath, the outline will definitely be seen, very sexy.
ShadowT #182

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/12/2011 06:55:25Copy HTML

FYI, N2N has their Ultra Skin and Galaxy runner tights on sale for $20 right now.  I had simply checked the site, knowing they often have stuff on clearance this time of year.  I almost pulled the trigger on a pair of the Ultra Skin Runners, but couldn't decide if I would really use them.  Now my size is sold out in black, so I guess the decision has been made for me.  I'd get the Galaxy Runner, but I cannot stand the HUGE N2N logo on the side.  And I'm quite sure I wouldn't ever wear the white ones out of the house.
proppen1 #183

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/13/2011 08:36:51Copy HTML

Thanks for information Shadow. Do you or anybody know how the size is with N2N, are they regularly or do you have to size up/down?
ShadowT #184

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/13/2011 09:21:55Copy HTML

 That's part of the reason I hesitated.  According to their charts, I should be a size medium.  Their thongs fit me perfect in a size medium, especially in the waist, but they're too tight in the crotch to be comfortable for all-day wear.  I ended up buying size Large for the thongs; they're looser in the waist, but I can wear them 24hours or more.  Medium looks better, large is more comfortable, but that's just me.

I also have two pairs of their Dream Lounge pants, and I really wish I bought those in a size small.  I'm swimming in the mediums, but they're also a relaxed cut.  At this point, much of what I wear is between a 30 and 31" waist, so I'm on the border between small and medium with any brand and it's has been a challenge to buy any pants at all.  For $20, I was going to give the size small a try.

BarelyCovered #185

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/14/2011 12:53:08Copy HTML

 Bought 2XUs new elite model. I will report more when I got them and how they effect  my perfromance during my workouts!
thonglife #186

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/18/2011 03:38:08Copy HTML

The most important thing to me about running tights is that they fit snug between my legs. I need the top of the inseam to come to the top of my inner legs so there is no extra fabric to chafe when I run. I've found Men's Nike Drifit and Roadruuner Sports both fit me that way. I also tried Under Armour Women's Heat Gear leggings recently and while they fit perfect in the front and inner leg, they were too low in the rear and kept sliding down to expose my thong when I ran. If they had a drawstring, that would probably help.
mack_back #187

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/19/2011 03:45:22Copy HTML

I as well bought UA women leggings found nice fit. http://m.underarmour.com/underarmour2/product/productDetail.do?subscript=1&itemId=1217540&indexNum=3As you see they are Capri leggings. Yes, they to don't have an draw string to tighten the waistband. Like the color better then boring black that I have so many of. Feel people will notice me wearing UA women's Capri give me odd looks knowing in the U.S they don't make Capri tights for men only seen it in the uk.
Also bought adidas women Capri again people will know they are female tights by the brand. All fit very well just as good or better then mens dri fit Capri tights by Nike.
SlidingG #188

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/19/2011 10:32:43Copy HTML

Lately, for ultimate comfort, I'm going commando under my spandex shorts at my health club, with a tank or tee on top that mostly covers the goods.  My shorts are old and stretchy and pretty revealing, but so far no complaints.  Another guy goes commando wearing looser, old knee-length tightswith shorter tops.  Very revealing, but folks must not be complaining since he's been doing it for quite a while.  Strikes me as natural, not nasty, just the normal effect of males dressing comfortably.     
Thongdude87 #189

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/20/2011 07:44:34Copy HTML

 mack_back: I must admit that I don't know much about the technology of compression wear. But personally I feel it often makes a difference, it might just be that it feels good to have garments close to my skin, not to mention that I like the look.
But, as a note: I compete in Powerlifting, and in Powerlifting we use what is called lifting gear. This gear are the suits one wear while competing in order to lift as heavy weights as possible during a meet/competition. The gear is comprised of a squat suit, a bench press shirt and a deadlift suit. These garments are extremely tight and compressing and when you have the right size you need at least one helper to get these suits on. As I mentioned above, they are used specifically to aid in your lifting heavier weights than you would be able to without one. I cannot think of any other type of garment that compresses a body as much as Powerlifting gear does.
So what I think the manufacturers purpose of compression clothing is, is to mimic these same abilities to aid an athlete when performing a physically demanding sport. And, speaking strictly for myself, it also gives some manner of mental assistance, in that I "feel" that it helps, without it necessarily doing so. This excludes Powerlifting gear of course. They are proven to work, elsewise a Powerlifters max lifts wouldn't differ from not using gear.
Anyways, that's my two cents.
gilb_vh #190

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/22/2011 11:07:49Copy HTML

 for those looking for a somewhat sexier running outfit: I've been using the RUFSKIN long, capri and short tights for a few years now. They are very good quality, not see-through (including the silver one). At 1,78m and 70 kgs, I wear a size S and they do fit like a glove.
ShadowT #191

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/22/2011 01:55:44Copy HTML

FWIW, I have worn the women's UA Heat Gear Tights to the gym the last couple days; no cover up over the tights.  I did 45 minutes on an elliptical yesterday, 30 mins today.  They're certainly more comfortable than floppy track pants.  When I wore them under other pants, I could have sworn my heart rate stayed lower, but my heart rate seemed normal these past two days.  I can vary quite a lot like that though, especially with this cold I'm fighting and trouble sleeping.

I thought these would be cooler than the track pants, but they really don't seem to be.  They also seemed itchy yesterday, but I think that's just me not being used to tights and having hairy legs.  Although they are low-rise with no drawstring, they didn't feel like they were falling down or anything.  I have no butt though, so I really don't ever get that pants-falling-down feeling.
Gstringing #192

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/25/2011 06:33:37Copy HTML

I got the Skinz low rise black calf length tights and really like them.  I am curious if anyone has the Nike dry fit capris..I want to get some in a 34" waist, possibly the style for women..can anyone who has these reply with how the fit is? looking at the Nike Legend Tight Fit Women's Training Capris...thanks so much.
mack_back #193

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/25/2011 07:12:41Copy HTML

Own Nike filament dri fit Capri in mens mono butt style. Fit is good like the inner thigh vents. Find the fit true to size but compared to other Capri tights I own the no seam back feel is different then any tights I worn. I feel as my rear end material is loose or sagging and the fit is wrong but in reality it looks okay. My preference is having tights snug along my rear end to the point of seperating my cheeks. Prefer thinner material leggings with no seam found them fantastic in ventilating moisture from my body. Yet opaque enough to not be see through. Also snug enough at the butt to fit without any doubt your material is wrapped around my skinAs far as the legend Capri goes you may find the leg seam to loose and behind the knees fabric bunching or wrinkling up with no ventilation. While mens Capri filament are tight fitted along the calves not allowing materials sliding up or down the leg. Also behind the knees Nike has ventilation fabric different then the entire garmmet for cooling effect. Most tights like Asics or others don't offer such thought into there Capri tights. Good idea when cycling or body temperatures get high behind the knees lot of sweat takes place and fabric that breaths is important. So Nike is a safe bet but be careful taking on women size clothes sometimes the fit along the rise is not comfortable for men or to much material.
peterjde #194

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:12/29/2011 05:40:25Copy HTML

I have Mizuno Exodus 3/4 men's tights.  They are snug, and are relatively low waisted (but not too low), and have the ventiated portions behind the knees.  I wear them for running when the temperature is in the 40-50s; below that and I switch to full tights.
JM_Runs #195

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/05/2012 03:12:56Copy HTML

20897 #196

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:01/16/2012 10:05:43Copy HTML

I just received a pair of these tights from this ebay seller. The fit, feel,  and colors are great. The material is thin and clings to my body. My only complaint is they are too thin to wear in the winter but will be great for spring and summer. The tights arrived in 8 days, but thats probably because I am in California. 
Gstringing #197

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:02/08/2012 06:21:26Copy HTML

I put in a special order to Skinz for the low rise black calve length tights made with black cotton-lycra material and got them today.  They did an awesome job and I really love them....they are super tight and are a little shorter than calve length, just below the knee- just what I wanted!!! highly recommended!!!
Chantelle4both #198

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:02/11/2012 02:53:01Copy HTML

 I own about 4 pair of capri length running tights & you get what you pay for! The best pair (are of course the MOST expensive) and are Lululemon. Comfortable, sexy, and VERY functional! Wore them ( a size 6 - should have maybe went with size 8) on a run 2 weeks ago. I got lost and my 5 miler turned into 11. Amazing moderate compression feel to them with a slight shine. They are a fall model so a bit warm for being indoors or on warmer days.
peterjde #199

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:02/11/2012 05:40:22Copy HTML

My current favorite tights are from Saucony.  Black, full length with mild compression in the calves, they are relatively low-rise.  After I got back from the gym this morning, I had some errands to do, and continued wearing them to the post office, grocery store and drug store.  Since it is winter, I did have a coat on, which covered the t-shirt I was still wearing.  I got a few glances while in line at the post office, but no comments.
backstrap357 #200

Re:Running tights.

Date Posted:04/07/2012 10:31:01Copy HTML

Sometimes I think that society wants to forget that men have penises. Not everyone, obviously, but a fairly large group seems to hate any fashion that may accentuate a man's package. Even if the guy is really fit.  I think they get mad at themselves for looking so they turn the situation inside out and get mad at the guy for attracting attention to his groin.
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