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3 powerful pairs of running tights

Reviews — Posted 30/03/15

These running pants will have you feeling sleek, swift and ready to slay the pavement.

Nike Legendary

A classic for a reason, the Nike Legendary leggings are designed with comfort, support and style in mind. The sweat-wicking fabric hugs your legs in a fitted and flattering design, providing fantastic support and compression. Made from soft nylon with just the right amount of spandex, they have a stretchy feel that gives you freedom of movement. Plus, the high, wide waistband has a secret bonded pocket – perfect for storing your keys while you’re out smashing your personal best.

nikestore.com.au

Tarryn Lucas Fitwear

Black is stylish and all, but if you prefer a little colour in your exercise clothes, Tarryn Lucas Fitwear has you sorted. These vibrant cropped tights from Tarryn’s brand new collection are designed for a second-skin fit, with smooth seams and a polyester/spandex blend for lots of stretch. Plus, they’re emblazoned with gorgeous scenic photographs of the South Coast by Serenity Shots Photography, including Pambula Beach, Kianinny Bay and Merimbula Lake. It’s pretty much impossible NOT to feel motivated with these bright colours on your legs.

tarrynlucas.com

2XU MCS

Are you all about compression? 2XU’s next generation tights have your name all over them.  Muscle Containment Stamping (MCS) is the most advanced compression sportswear yet, designed for maximum performance, in any sport. Combined with 2XU's vigorous PWX proprietary fabric, that's some pretty powerful stuff. Flexible and breathable, the MCS compression tights are a revolutionary fabric support system designed to trace over key muscle, tendon and fascia groups to give you a high level of support, allowing you to go harder while protecting against muscle trauma and boosting recovery post-workout.

2xu.com.au

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