Firewall 180 Zap Tight - No Chamois - Women's by SUGOi
When your training buddies turn down an afternoon workout in frosty weather for sipping red wine and nibbling dark chocolate next to the fire, don't let it get you down, the Sugoi Firewall 180 Zap Tights with no chamois are there to be your friend for training, no matter the weather. With durable softshell panels that repel the weather it's easy to get out when the days are a bit grey and the weatherman gives a forecast that's iffy at best, and warming thermal fabrics insulate you to keep you cozy when those temperatures dip. Sugoi's Firewall 180 softshell fabric capture both stretch and insulation for thermal protection with more comfort than other fabrics on the market. Offering water resistance, you don't have to fret if a storm begins to break when you're halfway through your run or ride, and Zap panels illuminate under headlights when the storm inevitably leads to dim and dreary lighting. Opting for a warm and thermal fabric with ample stretch, MidZero is paneled across the back and lower legs to allow for maximum comfort in your fit, with a touch more breathability than the softshell panels can allow. Since these tights don't have a chamois, they are truly versatile and can be easily used for an array of outdoor activities, but you'll want to pair them with your favorite chamois underneath if you decide to hop on the bike, or you may be doomed to saddle sores and achy sit bones. With a form fitting cut they will sit snugly ontop of a liner short, or can be worn on their own with no excess fabric to whip around in the breeze or create cold pockets against your skin. A rear pocket and side pocket offer small storage spots for your keys and ID when you're heading out, and ankle zips make for easy on-and-off with warm winter socks and burlier winter cycling boots and shoes.
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