Product Code: A1942128

  • TNF White


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Product Information

When you’re facing medium intensity challenges in cool to cold weather, get off to the best possible start in the Men’s Warm Tights baselayer. Engineered for a next-to-skin fit, the tights feature advanced HyActive technology to provide outstanding thermal insulation with minimal weight, its double-layer construction and hollow-core yarns trapping warm air against the body when you need protection from the cold.

It’s equally good when you work up a sweat too, rapidly moving moisture away from the skin to the surface to leave you cool, comfortable and focused. Attention to small details means athletes get minimal seams and odour resistance as part of this great baselayer package.

FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY on all orders 23rd - 24th November 2015

Product Features

  • Weight: 107g
  • Fabric: 95% HyActive Hollow Core Polypropylene, 5% Elastane
  • Easy care
  • Flatlocked seams
  • Hollow core fibres and open fabric structure for lightweight warmth and faster wicking
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Lightweight
  • Odour resistant
  • Quick drying
  • Stain resistant
  • Two-tone fabric
  • Wicking

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The fashionable low cut waist at the rear is both uncomfortable and inappropriate for outdoor use
Confirmed purchase: 07 October 2015
Published on: 24 October 2015