To be fair I really do not know why in this country most manufacturers like to put us in dark colours. So really liked the splash of colour this has. I mean look at the women's section and you get every colour of the spectrum and in these dreary winter months a little colour is good. Can be worn alone or under a pair of shorts but it looks fab.
I really love wearing the tights and they're super comfortable but the material seems really flimsy and easily tearable. My first pair of tights from adidas got a hole after 3-4 washes near the waist. Wouldn't recommend it for the price.
Like is an understatement when referring to the techfit base tights I just purchased. Why? Because when I eased into the smoot fabric my techfit tights, which left me feeling as if I had eased into my second skin. It's for this reason why I would have to say I love everything about my techfit tights.
these were actually good. I used them for basketball, in training I fell over on my knees (note that I only had them for about 2 weeks) and that was the first time I had fallen over in these. Then the exact same thing happened to my brother.
I'm 5'8 and size 'M' fits me perfectly. Great design and comfortable fit. Tights are thin, great for warm weather but not see-through like other brands. The waist band is quite tight so suits a tight waistline better.
Once you get the product on, there is not a bad word to say about them. The only problem is getting thr cuff of the tights over your feet. Thr cuff is not elasticated and is likely to tear if your not careful.
I usually wear a small in compression tights from all the majors (nike, under armour). And though they all fit well, compression is never the right word. They may compress muscles for thick muscular people but for regular guys like me (and I'm not skinny), they just fit. So when I saw Adidas had x-small, I took the chance and bought it. These actually do compress my legs. As for quality, I have yet to say. I'll revisit that later on down the line. So going forward, other brands should follow Adidas's lead and make compression for average, regular sports guys with smaller sizes.
Nice urban camo design, tight without being too constricting, clima cool makes them very breathable. Stitching around the crotch means you get less visible 'bulge', which is great for me as I wear them at the gym, I wouldn't recommend wearing no underwear as they can become slightly see through when stretched. Great for squatting and lunges, no bunching material or sagging waistband! I'm 6'2 with fairly muscular legs, I bought a size L and they fit perfectly but I can see how they would be a bit long if you were a shorter guy.
Got a pair of these tights in my standard size (small) and they seemed smaller than most techfit bottoms (pants and shorts) that I've had in the past. They are even smaller than team issue and other various Adidas compression, which I think fit even smaller than techfit. Anyway, maybe I got a defective pair as the waistband ripped off within and hour. The irony about these, though, is that the material of the legging bit is actually incredible. It is super-flexible but still offers compression, great for a complete range of movement to a degree I've never encountered in a compression tight, including past techfit styles. The material here is also lighter and thinner. Not sure what went wrong with mine--whether they were defective, or the material too thin and they really should be folding the waistband over the material before sewing so there isn't just one flimsy seem. II'd even blame myself for buying too small a size but all my other techfit gear still fits in the same size and I bought the exact matching shorts to these and they fit fine.) Maybe Adidas decided to tighten the waist on the tights as a loose waist on tights can lead to tights coming down when a person is running in them, somewhat unlike shorts. At any rate, even if you have a slim waist, as I do, go up a size from your usual is my only advice if you want these.
perfect fit i am 36" waist 6'2" tall was dubious about the length when they came out of the packet (they looked like 3/4 length) but once tried on the stretch in the material was really good without being too tight great product quality
To be honest, choose a much larger-than-yours one, like getting an XL To be frank, I tried to use the Adidas size table to find the perfect fit for me, but, regarding this product, I will recommend you choose a much larger size compared to yours. Why ? Because In my case, I am 60 kg roughly, with the height is about 1m 7. (Thin and kind of tall). I chose the XL size for this one, and I was right. I bought similar Adidas products like this, yes they are comfortable, I agree, but the size is too tight if you choose your normal right size. For example, in my case, I usually pick Medium (most of the times) or Large size, but with training stuff like this, definitely I choose the XL. Now I have them, the XL size clothes, and I would say they now fit me. In short, to the training stuff or clothes, go for a much larger size than your normal size. It is true.