Craft SubZ Padded Tight - Women's

Craft SubZ Padded Tight - Women's
Craft SubZ Padded Tight - Women's
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SubZ Padded Tight - Women's by Craft
You're committed to your winter base miles, regardless of what Mother Nature has to say about it, so suit up with the SubZ Padded Tights for extra warmth when the temperatures dip. These tights offer a slim fit ideal for running or cycling, plus added insulation over the knee and thigh to keep you feeling toasty and ready to go.

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SKU: CRA00HM
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