Information about Mountain Hardwear Mighty Power 3/4 Tights (For Men)
Closeouts. Strategically shaped stretch-jersey panels come together with chafe-free flatlock seams and breathable mesh panels to produce Mountain Hardwear's Mighty Power ¾ Tights you'll never want to run without again.
Inseam gusset for mobility
Chafe-resistant flatlock seams
Low-profile, envelope-like back pocket just under the waistband
Inner mesh security pocket
Wide, low-profile waistband with an inner drawstring
Mesh panels on each calf offer additional ventilation
Reviewed by Hershmo from Richmond, KY on Wednesday, January 11, 2012
This was my second pair. I liked the first so well. I have ran in these from 50 degrees down to 28 so far and while starung out they may be a bit on the chilly side on the colder mornings they were great during the run.
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Reviewed by Gearguy from Southern Indiana on Wednesday, January 23, 2013
On my last review on 3/5/2011 I stated that they were almost perfect if the would hold up.Well after two years they are still going strong. Have worn these frequently and they are holding up very well.I wear these for work, exercise, and even around the house when it is cold. Still good.
Reviewed by Dave, the disenchanted from The great Midwest on Saturday, October 27, 2012
I like knickers or 3/4 length tights for cycling. They keep knees warm and protected. Bought these for cold weather, but mesh panels make them better suited to warm, or mild cool weather riding or running. Fabric and construction seem to be good quality. Reflective details are nice. Center rear pocket isn't very useful for me.
Reviewed by photojon from chicago suburbs on Monday, October 8, 2012
This is my second pair of these. I really like the weight and fit of these over bike shorts, the reflective touches, and the ventilation behind the knees. The only bad issue with them is that they are very susceptible to fraying if they make any contact with Velcro, or any rough surface. I'm still using my first pair, but they are getting a bit fuzzy around the seams where they contact my bike saddle.
It is like a capri, the inseam is 21", when pants are generally 32".
Answered on 2/2/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
It's not a full-length tight, but it's a little longer than some other 3/4 length pants I have. They also have a full-length version of the Might Power tights, if that's what you're looking for.
Answered on 2/4/2011 12:00:00 AM by Cardio Bob from Portland, OR