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Mountain Hardwear Women's Super Power Running Tight

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SKU: OL4901
Product Code: 39771

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Power through any cold-weather workouts with your new Mountain Hardwear® Women's Super Power Running Tight.

  • Snug, anatomic fit.
  • Soft drawcord for a customized fit.
  • Wide, low-profile waistband for comfort.
  • Zip pocket for secure storage.
  • Flatlock seams prevent chafing.
  • Gusset inseam for mobility.
  • 27.5" inseam.
  • 90% Polyester / 10% Elastane.
  • Weight: 8oz.


  • 4 star rating (Based on 1 Review)
    100% of Fit Survey Respondents said this item "Feels true to size"

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    By from
    on 10/28/2014
    Feels true to size

    The fleece lining is noticeably warmer, which I really appreciate (along with the reflective parts of the tights).  

    The weird part, which some women may appreciate, is the higher cut of the waist.  To keep the between-the-legs section from sagging and rubbing against your thighs, the waist band hits relatively high along/little above the navel.  This is not an issue at all when riding the bike, but the sagging was annoying when I used them on a run.  Otherwise, very happy with the pair!


Mountain Hardwear

Mountain Hardwear believes in boldness: that anything is possible, and that anything worth pursuing involves challenge.

That's why this brand is dedicated to making top-grade outdoor and athletic gear—adventurous, innovative gear that will take you across the next great challenge. Mountain Hardwear believes in giving you the best tools and apparel so you can lunge for the goal that's just out of reach. So you can share in hardship, enjoyment, and awe. So you can celebrate the magnificence of the outdoors. So you can take on your mountains—both literal and mental—and come out on top.