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.
Super Power Tights I've been a marathon runner for 10 years now and I recently purchased my all time favorite pair of running tights at the Mountain Hard Ware website. The product is high quality, great fitting, and keeps me warm on the cold running days. I recently ordered one test pair, I am now ready to purchase a few more this week now that I know how great the product is! December 1, 2013
great fit, warm I used to make my own lycra tights for running... so I felt like I was stepping out of the stone age when I pulled these on!The fit is great going on, and remains so to the end of long runs. They are decidedly warmer than previous tights I have worn, yet not overly so. After only a week of use, I'm thinking they will be optimal for a broad temperature range from 15-20°F (without much wind) up to 50°F or so.The fabric does offer wind protection, yet seems very breathable. November 21, 2013
Perfect fit! I'm 5'7 155 lbs and the size small fits perfectly. Haven't tested it out in the cold but the material feels really nice on the skin. September 13, 2013
Another slam dunk by MH Due to spotty snowfall over the last couple years, I have found myself running more and more during the winter. In most places you don't need to gear up for that, but on the shores of Lake Superior in January it's a necessity. I purchased the Super Power's in October, and have tried them in varied conditions over the last several months. Right out of the box the fit was perfect. I'm 5'7" with 30x30 pants and the small was spot on. I was hoping I would have enough room to wear some windproof boxer-briefs (Craft makes the best if your taking notes) when the conditions got windy and sub-zero, and that was the case. You might get a little worried when you start running at around 20f, but they warm up quick and breathe really well once you get cooking. They are too hot for cardio activity above 35f, in my opinion. Perfect piece for cold weather running or XC skiing. I'd say the comfort range runs from 30f to -10, depending on the wind, of course. They've stayed comfortable at -10 windchill with wind-proof briefs, and I'd say they could go down another 10 to 15 degrees. The cuffs are full-length down to the shoe tops, which is nice for winter trail running. You will not be disappointing if you are looking for something that breathes well in dry, cold conditions. I've also wore them winter biking with 3/4 length pants. The back zip pocket, which sits nicely in the small of your back, can take a reasonably sized cell phone, a couple gels, and a house key. VERY pleased with this product. January 4, 2013
Keeps you warm... I've only worn them once, so how they hold up will be a big question, but really liked the fit and warmth. October 27, 2012
Excellent feel and fit for full length tights I don't wear tights until the temp drops below 20 but when I do these are very comfortable. Nice construction, good seams, great fabric. October 24, 2012
super fit! feel great fit great cant wait to get them out on some cold winter days and races! October 11, 2012