Firewall 180 Zap Tight No Chamois - Men's by SUGOi
For the multisport athlete, danger is everywhere in winter. Whether it's the trainer lurking in the closet or the local gym's row of treadmills lined up in front of TVs droning cable news, horrific boredom is an ever-present threat. Defeat boredom by avoiding the treadmills with the No-Chamois Sugoi Firewall 180 Zap Men's Tights, a set of britches with equal parts water-resistance, thermal insulation, and reflectivity. The Firewall 180 Zap Tights add enough protection to keep you running through all but the deepest of winter's depths, leaving your training blissfully TV-free. The tights combine two fabrics: Firewall 180 up front and MidZero in the rear. Both materials insulate with a soft, brushed inner face, but Firewall 180 also incorporates a membrane and DWR treatment to add weather-resistance to your body's leading edge. Despite the extra protection, Firewall 180 is still flexible enough to not hamper your stride, and both materials breathe to help eliminate the accumulation of clammy internal moisture. The tights' outseams are equipped with the eye-catching shine of Sugoi's Zap fabric, which uses microbeads of glass in order to aggressively reflect artificial light. Zippers populate the tights in two places: the security pocket and at either ankle cuff. Sugoi double lines the front crotch panel for extra core protection, and the tights' chamois-free construction and accommodating fit means you can also pull them on as an outer layer over your preferred summer-weight bib shorts.
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