Maloja Tualatin Tight - Women's

Maloja Tualatin Tight - Women's
Maloja Tualatin Tight - Women's
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Tualatin Tight - Women's by Maloja
Inspired by hard-to-reach locales and mountain life, Maloja clothing exudes off-beat, energetic style matched by seriously functional construction. Whether you log laps on the Nordic trails before work on your skate skis most mornings or spend winter dabbling in a bit of everything, the Maloja Women's Tualatin Tight will be your upbeat companion through it all. Crafted with MitiTech Thermal fabric, the Tualatin comes prepared to insulate your hardworking muscles in the cold, without trapping moisture next to your skin. It continuously pulls moisture to the surface so it can evaporate, and was engineered to remain resistant to pilling and abrasion throughout its lifespan. Lycra fibers maintain the tight's form-fitting silhouette as you run or ski, and flatlock seaming throughout creates a smooth, chafe-free feel against your skin. The laser-cut waistband and leg endings will match your starry-eyed wonder amongst glittering winter scenery, while seamlessly integrating with the rest of your cold-weather training gear.

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SKU: MLJ005J
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