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When the air starts biting, bite back in the Sugoi SubZero Tight. This warm and cozy peached tight has weather protection and thermal benefits to keep your muscles warm and working like a well-greased machine.


  • Black (BLK)


  • Approx. 28" inseam, 32.5" outseam (size small, unstretched)
  • Reflective logos both legs
  • 2.5" x 3.5" internal envelope pocket
  • Gusseted crotch
  • Gripper elastic at ankles
  • Elastic waistband with drawcord


  • Subzero DWR: (90% Polyester/10% Spandex) fabric provides a brushed inner warmth with water and wind resistant outer surface

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I just got these. I'm a women's medium in pants and while I tried on the women's medium in these, I actually liked the men's small better, which is what I got. The cut is better for me because my body is more straight than curvy. Here are my first impressions. I went went out for a walk/run in temperatures in the high 20s. While I wasn't totally insulated, I was warm enough. I find I am warmer in pants than tights, but I decided the freedom of wearing tights offsets being a bit cooler. The tights are very fitted, which I wanted. I tried on some other tights at the running store, but they were cold. These were the only ones warm enough. I noticed after one wearing that there is a rough spot on the tights. I think my coat rubbed against it. Nothing rough on the coat, just a cinch cord. So I am guessing that these tights will show worn spots pretty quickly. I'll have to live with that because I do like the tights.
From: Sue, Boulder, CO, USA. January 21st 2015

Comments: I prefer to have toasty legs while running. I typically run 4-6 miles and wear these alone for temps down to 30. Anything below 30 and I add my Asics Thermopolis overtop. I live in Iowa and run out in the country, so wind is always a factor. If you run somewhere where there is little to no wind, these would work well below 30 degrees.
From: Anonymous. December 16th 2014

Comments: These tights are a great addition for running in cold Northern Illinois. I am usually a size 6/8 and found a medium was
a good fit. They are very snug, but stretchy so they remain comfortable. I took them for a short 4 mile run, temps in the 30's and a half mile in my legs were downright toasty. I haven't tried them in colder weather, but I am imagining they would do good. For a thicker running tight, I found them a good value. I also own the Under Armour Frosty tight, and I think I like these better so far. There is a hidden key pouch on the inside, and a drawstring around the waist to get a custom fit. Pants come an inch below my belly button. There are two reflective logos (one on each leg). Bottoms by ankles have little grippers and they are indeed tight around the ankle, but you want them that way so the cold wind doesn't come in.While they are functional in that they are warm & comfortable, I wish they were more stylish with subtle piping or details (maybe a reflective element on the back of the calves?) and I really wish they had a zippered pocket. While the little pouch is okay, it is not functional. I'd like a zippered pouch to secure a gel or map. All in all they are a good basic cold weather running tight. I would recommend this product.
From: Elizabeth, IL