|Question for you tall guys||2melow|
Nov 3, 2002 8:11 AM
|What winter tights are you using that fit you? I'm still trying to find a pair of tights that fit, looking for the equivalent of a Craft Storm tight, Pearl AmFib, or another type that has wind blocking properties yet is still breathable and VERY warm. Pearl makes some microfleece tights I have in a tall large size, but it is getting chilly with those and knee warmers over them
I'm sick and tired of wearing my ski socks and having my booties *barely* cover the sock/tight gap with my current short winter tights (AmFibs). To make matters even worse, i'm a rail at 6'3" 160# and finding stuff that fits has been a challenge.
Thanks in advance!
|re: Question for you tall guys||Pjkad|
Nov 3, 2002 3:58 PM
|I buy most of my stuff from Boure. Excellent quality and the sizes fit me well (I'm 6'6"). I got their tights and they cover my long legs in full.
Nov 4, 2002 4:24 AM
|I have custom tights and custom bibs from them. The quality seems good and it's nice to have some stuff that fits.|
|Patagonia Loose Tights work for me at 6'4"||cory|
Nov 3, 2002 7:07 PM
|They're fairly warm and, as the name implies, not skin tight, which I like. If it's really frosty, I wear microfiber shell pants over them. About $75, I think, but there's a Patagonia Outlet in Reno that sells them for half price, and sometimes half off that.
Nashbar Long sizes also fit me pretty well, and they're much cheaper.
|try this one...||Rode Warrior|
Nov 4, 2002 9:54 AM
They make a very warm fleece tight, that I used down to 15 Degrees F last winter, and my legs never got cold. I heartily recomment them to anyone. And even though my legs aren't as long as yours, the medium tights reached to my shoes.
Now I find out they changed their name. Hmmmmmm.
|Here's the product||Rode Warrior|
Nov 4, 2002 10:05 AM