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Tights that go the distance and keep you comfortable. From soft and technical, to compressive and moisture-wicking, topped with ample storage and a stay-put fit. Our tights are designed with a spectrum of run needs in mind. Stride out for any adventure in any weather.
Bad Weather Flyout Tights
Bad weather can't keep us down. Not the wind, snow, or freezing rain - which is exactly when you should wear these tights. These are pinnacle defy-the-elements tights, based on their combo of two ultra high performing fabrics. First, waterproof Say Anything fabric from Schoeller® does exactly that: it keeps cold rain and snow from getting through on the area where you need the most protection, on your quads. The rest of the tights are made from our best-selling Flyout Compression, created by the masterminds at Polartec® and is loved for being both thick and stretchy. The leg opening includes a detailed, tulip cut, and are designed to stop just above the ankle. We added two hidden zip pockets at the side of the leg, and of course a big rear zip pocket that will fit your phone or other items. Bad weather? No matter.
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I thought it would be heavier on the fabric. Still feels the cold with 35 to 40 degrees weather. Disappointed
Excellent material - great warmth for outdoor activities in cold temps.
It was my first time buying Oiselle tights and I bought these along with the regular flyout tights (which I give a 5-star). I'm 5'3", 27" waist, 36" hips and while the size chart puts me at a 4/6, I bought a 2 in these (same as I wear in Oiselle shorts). Trying them on for the first time, I didn't think I was going to be able to wiggle them up over my butt! The material stretches but the stitching around the waist and ankles doesn't have a lot of give. Anyway, I did manage to get them on and once they're up the fit is just fine. But, as other have stated something does feel a little "off"... I can't quite figure it out, but because the front panel isn't stretchy it's like the motion of running kinda pulls them down as you go. I can't decide if I had sized up to a 4 if it would be better or worse. Regardless, they do keep you warm and the pockets are great.
I’m honestly disappointed. The crotch where the panels meet has runs (like pantyhose would) after one run. I’ve wondered if I need to go up a size yet there is a ton of fabric that is bunched up around my waist and hips. I tried them again on another run and had to stop regularly and fix the tights because they’re too big….yet too small? Definitely wish the tight part had more compression.
It may just be that my thighs being bigger while hips/waist are smaller is the culprit. Regardless, they just don’t work well for me.