GoLite Cross Timbers Zonal Tight - Men's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit GoLite's Cross Timbers Zonal Tight page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Brushed stretch-fleece throughout front of legs Anti-chafe flatlock construction Reflective logos and piping Ankle zippers Hidden key pocket 30 1/2" inseam - size M

- GoLite.com

These men's tights from GoLite are perfect for cold weather aerobic workouts. This tights' dual-fabric design provides outdoor runners warmth where needed most. PRODUCT FEATURES: Brushed stretch-fleece throughout front of legs Anti-chafe flatlock construction Reflective logos and piping Ankle zippers Secure-zip rear stash pocket Drawstring waist closure MATERIALS: 210 g/m - 53% nylon, 36% polyester, 11% spandex; 290 g/m - 88% polyester, 12% spandex

- Appalachian Outdoors

The dual-fabric design of the Men's Cross Timbers Zonal Tights from GoLite provides winter runners warmth where needed most.

- Altrec Outlet

The Cross Timber Zonal Tights from GoLite are a lightweight tight that feature a dual-fabric design to provide warmth in the colder winter months. Runners will love the feel of the brushed stretch-fleece against the front of their legs and will be very pleased with the comfortable anti-chafe flatlock construction. A drawstring waist closure, reflective piping and a rear stash pocket are a few extra futures to keep you happy.Features: Reflective logos and piping Ankle zippers Secure-zip rear stash pocket Drawstring waist closure Specs: Weight: 8 oz.

- Mountains Plus

GoLite Men's Cross Timbers Zonal Tight

MSRP:
$85.00

The GoLite Men's Cross Timbers Zonal Tight is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 28, 2014 at GoLite.com.

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