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Feb 11, 2005 at 5:12 am #1215887Keith FranchoisMember
Just curious what people are using when just a pair of supplex or light softshell pants aren’t enough and they want a pair of leggings that will keep the chill off without getting them too warm and sweaty. I’m looking at the Mountain Hardwear Featherweight X-Tend and Hyperdry Tights as well as the Sahalie Underlite Tights but don’t know if people have other recommendations or thoughts about those ones. Also, I looked at the Sahalie (Early Winters) website for the superlight leggings Ryan has spoken about but the only ones I see listed are listed for women- is this the same pair? Thanks for any input.
KeithFeb 11, 2005 at 5:32 am #1335650Bob NunninkMember
A light choice and a cheap choice are a set of legwarmers that cyclists wear. They also sell armwarmers. These are slip tubes of nylon that give a ton of warmth and are easy to roll on or off. Try perforance or bike nashbar. Both have them on sale this time of year
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