Nike Women's Printed Gradient Hyperwarm Dri-FIT Tights
i love these tights ...they are a perfect fit, super soft and comfortable, keeps me dry and WARM, and i can easily fit them under sweats without feeling bulky when i run!!!
January 16, 2013
good running pants
This pants are great for cold outdoor runs. The waist band is kind of high but I can live with it.
The only downfall is that it doesn't have a back pocket for your ID or money.
Love the print though.
January 2, 2013
I received these as a gag gift this year (purple) - and have to say I have a love/hate relationship with these tights! I am a guy - and hate running in all black! Have worn InSport color tights for a long time. So, I thought I would take the gag a step further and actually run in these tights one afternoon...and all I have to say is WOW, best tight I have ever run in! They keep you warm - but not to a point of overheating. They are waterproof and great for running through snow. They hold up to strong wind gusts. The inside material is comfortable and they don't move around while running. Finally, they have a great price point.
I am not thrilled with the 2-tiered color scheme as a guy...but went out and got a pair of the black tights - on sale - and will wear these throughout the winter months while running! After all, as long as you are warm and comfortable...us runners wear whatever!
December 31, 2012
i am in love with these nike tight the lock in heat and they are great for runnin.. unlike east by the do not rip and you can move freely in them. but what i love most of all is the bright color they are very appealing..so appealing that i had to get both colors. i highly recommend these :)
December 4, 2012
I absolutely LOVE Nike Hyperwarm gear and these tights are no exception! These tights look super cute and fit great! They stay up while running and lifting, while keeping your legs warm throughout. I am typically a medium in Nike tights, but I like to go up a size to the large in the hyperwarms for the length (I like to be able to tuck them into my running shoes). With the new double elastic band on this years' tights, there isn't much difference in the M & L sizes, so if you are concerned about length, go up a size!
November 15, 2012