About Orca Killa Kompression Core 1/2 Tights - UPF 50+ (For Women)
Closeouts. Intense training requires the intense performance of Orca's Killa Kompression Core 1/2 tights. 70 denier KillaSkn Kompress fabric provides active muscle compression to reduce muscle fatigue, promote blood circulation and aid recovery.
Specs about Orca Killa Kompression Core 1/2 Tights - UPF 50+ (For Women)
General Women's Size Chart
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Note: Please use the following sizing chart for general reference only. Sizes between different vendors and manufacturers do vary. Item specific sizing is best found in the item description.
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Most Helpful 3-Star Review
These aren't fashion shorts-- they're serious compression gear, and they're going to be tight. That being said, I think these run a little small even based on Orca's own sizing ... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Min from Tucson, AZ on Friday, April 13, 2012Sizing on these is tricky. Do visit Orca's website before you order-- you really need to understand what the sizes mean.
These aren't fashion shorts-- they're serious compression gear, and they're going to be tight. That being said, I think these run a little small even based on Orca's own sizing chart. Waist and the bands at the bottom of the legs are particularly tight. The real reason I returned these was not sizing, per se, though. I normally wear CW-X compression gear, and their tights come up to my natural waist. These Orca shorts have a lower rise, and I didn't like the feeling that they were slipping down. I could foresee that becoming a real issue during a long run.
If these do fit you well, I think they'd be decent compression shorts and certainly a good deal for the money.
- Best Uses: Running
- Cons: Poor Fit
- Describe Yourself: Avid Athlete
- Fit: Feels too small
- Was this a gift?: No
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