Mountain Hardwear Super Power Tight - Men's

Specs

Weight 8.5 oz / 242 g
Inseam 31 in / 79 cm
Body Fabric Stretch Techâ„¢ Terry

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Mountain Hardwear's Super Power Tight page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Donand#39;t let cold-weather conditions slow you down. Mountain Hardwearand#39;s Super Power tights feature a smooth-faced, thermal-weight fabric with microfleece backing, flatlock seam construction and a low-profile fit to facilitate your high-intensity winter workouts. Available Colors: SHARK, BLACK. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Mountain Hardwear Super Power Tight is the ultimate cold-weather training piece. Thermal-weight stretch fabric with a smooth face for durability and microfleece backing for warmth. Pinch and pull the fabric to see how its stretch makes it different from standard microfleece or baselayer garments.

- Mountain Gear

For comfort during cold-weather training runs, these men's thermal-weight tights offer a smooth face for durability and microfleece backing for warmth.

- REI

Stretch the Mountain Hardwear Men's Super Power Tight over your legs and go from zero to moving (through frigid winter landscapes). Wick. Q moisture wicking keeps you cool and dry, and a microfleece backing keeps you warm enough to vanquish the minions of cold.

- Backcountry.com

Mountain Hardwear Men's Super Power Tight

MSRP:
$70.00

The Mountain Hardwear Men's Super Power Tight is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 14, 2016 at Sierra Trading Post.

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