Sugoi Jackie Tight

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Free Shipping. Sugoi Women's Jackie Tight FEATURES of the Sugoi Women's Jackie Tight Helix fabric with strategic mesh paneling for breathability and cooling Stretch drawstring with moisture wicking signature elastic waist One zip back pocket for storing run essentials Flat seams for increased comfort and low profile fit Transfers moisture Breathable fabric SPECIFICATIONS of the Sugoi Women's Jackie Tight Fabric: Helix, Support Mesh Fabric Blend: 88% Nylon, 12% Spandex Fabric Metrics: 7.90 oz/yd2 - 268 gsm Inseam: 28in. / 71 cm

- Moosejaw

The Jackie Tight is a light winter tight loaded with excellent features. Made of Helix and Support Mesh fabrics, the tights allow for superior moisture transfer with its dry wick and breathable design. With ankle zips and mesh panels, the Jackie Tight offers incredible fit and function. * 3S Flat seam * Zone construction: mesh panels * 7" ankle zips * Inside key pocket * Mesh back zip pocket * 28 inch inseam

- Mountains Plus

For cool morning runs, the Sugoi Jackie tights get you motivated to get out the door with comfortable performance fabric. Matte-finished nylon knit blended with spandex provides moisture management and full stretch. Supportive mesh panel behind knees is blended with spandex for excellent stretch, recovery and breathability. Locking ankle zippers ease on and off. Features a zippered back pocket and an inside key pocket. Flatlock seams reduce chafing. Sugoi Jackie tights feature an elastic waist with drawstring. Closeout.

- REI

The Sugoi Jackie Women's Tight keeps you on the road and off the treadmill during cooler weather. Mesh panels provide ventilation, and Helix fabric wicks away sweat to keep you dry and comfortable. Two pockets keep your house key and pedometer secure, so you can run without feeling loaded down.

- Backcountry.com