Sub Sports Cold Men's Thermal Compression Baselayer Leggings
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- Thermal Compression Base Layer Leggings That Keep You Warm In Cold Conditions
- Maintain Optimum Muscle Temperatures - Soft Internal Fibres Provide Superb Comfort And Insulation
- Stay Dry - Moisture-Wicking Fabric Transports Sweat Away From The Skin And Minimises Chafing
- Increase Muscular Power & Endurance - Compression Fit Improves Blood Flow And Oxygen Supply To Your Leg Muscles
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Sub Cold Men's Compression Leggings
Beat the chill with Sub Cold Compression Leggings – thermal sportswear designed to keep you warm in cold conditions.
Increase your power & endurance
Inside, the super-soft internal fibres help to insulate you from the elements and ward off injury by keeping your leg muscles at their optimum performance temperatures. The compression fit also aids blood flow back to the heart, meaning that your muscles are supplied with more oxygen and that you'll benefit from increased power and endurance.
Unlike alternative, bulky cold weather garments, their lightweight design gives you maximum freedom of movement and efficiently wicks moisture away from the skin, helping you to stay dry and chafe-free.
Huge choice of colours
All Sub Cold baselayers also come in a variety of colours, making it easy to find the perfect match for your club strip or to put an individual stamp on your training gear.
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About Sub Sports
Sub Sports is a leading technical sportswear brand based in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Founded in 2008, we have grown from a small start-up company to become one of the UK's leading baselayer retailers, providing athletes of all levels with innovative, high-quality baselayers that improve performance and offer exceptional comfort.
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Top Customer Reviews
I needed an additional pair of cold tights for winter running whilst my Under Armour cold gear tights were in the wash so I finally decided to take the plunge and buy a pair of Sub Sports purely due to the price.
So what's the verdict? Generally good but not without faults.
Firstly the bad:-
The sizing seems slightly off. I'm 5'10 with a 34 waist and about 31" in the leg but the legs are really long (the model wearing the prototype must have been a giraffe?.) I purchased a medium size and as such I have to fold the extra material in the legs under at the bottom. Its not the end of the world but it does irritate me when I put them on. The ankles around the seams were incredibly tight too when I first put them on. I struggled to get my feet through them initially but are ok now. Finally, the elasticity in the waist band isn't great compared with my other tights and this does make them feel inferior in quality. Only time will tell if the elastic holds true.
The compression element of the tights doesn't blow me away. It's by no means bad but just not as good as others. Skins and Under Armour versions definitely have the upperhand here, but then again they are more expensive so I have taken this into account.
There are positives though.
I've been out for about 10+ runs in them now in all conditions. In windy conditions these tights have kept my legs warm and I've felt no wind chill at all, definitely a plus for me.Read more ›
These tights are very nice and provide excellent warmth.
The sizing is odd. I fit a Small in Skins and In these i needed a Youth XL. As these tights are long! Plus you can pull up the waist way past your belly button.
The waistband is soft and warm, the ankle cuffs are tight and require some effort to pull over your feet. To to fair their isn't much stretch in these compared to the premium brands.
They do have a compressive fit but are a little more restrictive compared to Skins and 2XU.
The design and cut are very simple yet comfortable. The male front panel is designed to support your man area. They are a little squashed but not overly. They do cup you well but also press them up against you. Not the worst and not the best.
Wearing these as underwear for many hours isn't too bad. Wearing these as outerwear, you need to be confident about your body as they are form fitting in all areas.
As for their thermal properties:
Ive ran in cold windy British weather wearing just these, a Skins S400 top, gloves and a simple tech tshirt. I couldn't feel the cold or wind on my legs. Top marks for thermal properties.
Considering the price these are pretty good tights. Beware of the long leg length and those of you with massive quads or calves may need to try a few sizes to get the right fit. Good thern
My only gripe is the constriction around my gentleman's area. Now, I'm not suggesting I am some latter-day Dirk Digler but for the first couple of training runs I experienced significant discomfort to my old chap leading to regular manual re-organisation. Much to the alarm and disgust of some respectable young ladies taking an evening stroll. However, I can report that after a couple of washes and some stretching of the fabric they are now a more supportive fit and I am no longer in fear that the next couple of months of marathon training are going to seriously impact on my ability to father children.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am 175cm tall and 73kg. I bought the Medium version which fit me very well. I mean, they are tight but this is to be expected of any compression gear.Published 17 hours ago by Xavier LEGROS
This product is very poor quality. First time I slipped it on the stitching pulled on both legs. Shame as it looks good and is warm and compression was right but the stitching... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Geoff Arnold
100% Perfect Really Warm Very Comfy Great Value Very Fast Delivery Very Good Packaging Recommend Seller And Product To EveryonePublished 17 days ago by 2F4ST4U
Way too small... I'm a medium and these were so tight it was pretty much impossible to put them on. Maybe Medium size in Asia? Not for UK thats for sure!Published 1 month ago by Mr. R. B. Cropper