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Mountain Hardwear Mighty Power 3/4 Tights with MicroClimate Zoning Panels (For Men)

Closeouts. Mountain Hardwear's Mighty Power 3/4 tights are a runner's dream, thanks to MicroClimate Zoning mesh panels located at the thighs and behind the knees to deliver improved breathability.

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  • Reviewed by John@Duluth from Duluth MN on Wednesday, March 20, 2013
    Comfortable alternative to full-length tights in latitudes where shorts have to wait until May or June! Also nice for using a bike trainer in the garage. Fit comfortably over my biking shorts. Smartly engineered and constructed by Mountain Hardwear: material did not bunch or pinch behind my knees while running or cycling; cuff is secure, but not "tight"; waist does not roll, and the drawstring is a must-have for me. Zip pocket at back is comfortable with a couple of dollars wrapped around a key...a credit card bothered me back there. These are NOT thermal tights, neither are they wind-proof. I'm 6'2", 205#, 36/37 waist and found the Large size fit perfectly. These were a good, useful buy, especially at the STP price.
  • Reviewed by Ultramax from Washington on Wednesday, March 13, 2013
    Great fit, great quality. I use them for running, hiking and yoga. Love the zippered rear key pocket.
  • Reviewed by Brad from Illinois on Thursday, March 7, 2013
    These tights are perfect for everything from 25-45 degrees. The fit is a little funny though. They don't stay up real great, and it would be awesome if they had a brief in them like some other manufacturers are starting to do. All in all, a good deal.
  • Reviewed by SC from Texas on Thursday, January 31, 2013
    My first 3/4 length. I like them but a little loose. I'm 6'1" 195 and I should have bought a medium instead of a large. I still wear the large when i need a little more warmth under hunting gear etc. but am going to order a medium to actually run in. Fit is maybe just a bit larger then UnderArmour which seems to run a little large too.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fred from Charlottesville on Friday, January 4, 2013
    These are just a bit thicker than the regular knickers and provide a bit more warmth and wind protection as well. They still have the freedom of movement of the regular knickers. The feel good and do not restrict your motion at all.
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