Under Armour Coldgear Compression Tight Women's Leggings - Black, XS
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The Under Armour Lady ColdGear Compression Long Tights feature a Dual-layer ColdGear fabric which retains heat, with quick drying technology. The 4-way stretch construction increases movement and the ergonomic waistband increases comfort and heat retention. The Moisture Transport System absorbs sweat to enhance comfort and increase heat and reduce cold air flow exposure.
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Top Customer Reviews
These are not particularly compression-ey but they do definitely hold your shape better than loose trousers.
I don't wear them as an underlayer - I just wear them on their own, to play netball and go running. They are not see-through in any way so nothing to worry about there! They are nice and warm but do not make you hot, if that makes sense.
I would 100% recommend getting these :)
I'm not too convinced on their compression to aid recovery abilities. They feel like normal running leggings do. I get more compression from normal support tights. Maybe I need the size smaller? I am a size 12 and bought the medium.
it all together!!! I was apprenhensive about whether they would
remain supporting but they've been washed 3 times and are still
nicely tight. They are a wee bit long for me..im a 32" leg and
could cut 2"off the bottoms no prob.Overall i am really happy
with these in the gym and on the road running..not too warm and they breath.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very long wearing - I've had these for some time now and they're great for both badminton and even hiking - no pilling yet from thigh rubPublished 4 months ago by amagirl
Good thick leggings. Bought these for doing tough mudder so wanted something thick that wouldn't fall apart at the first obstacle. Read morePublished 6 months ago by ndt
Love the Cold Gear Compression cloth from Under Armour, not to tight, warm and comfortable.Published 20 months ago by Bjork Olversdottir