Black + White Collection Contender Women's Running Tight - Stripe
Built from Italian fabric, you’ll look forward to sliding these on in the morning, knowing you’ll feel great—and look incredible—for the rest of the day.
Women’s Contender ¾ Tight
Ah, the tight—a central element of any person’s wardrobe. We’re fairly certain we’ve nailed it, testing and then creating a tight you feel awesome about in any context: running, lifting, namaste-ing, or simply wearing as a casual piece for work or around town. We made sure the waistband is wide, comfortable, and—most important—stable, staying in place regardless the activity. Built from Italian fabric, you’ll look forward to sliding these on in the morning, knowing you’ll feel great—and look incredible—for the rest of the day.
Designed for the Professional
Not simply the exact same tight as the thermal with the fabric swapped out, we included ankle zippers to accommodate the limited stretch of the wind-proof fabric. We truly left no details out in designing this line, resulting in the ultimate garment for the toughest end-user: you.
The Fastest Fabrics
All of the G.O.A.T. Thermal line uses a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) fabric that is 99% waterproof while remaining breathable. That DWR capability keeps the spray from your rear wheel from soaking your backside, making the prospect of a long ride much more palatable. The three-way stretch makes movement not only easy but pleasing, which will have you reaching for these bottoms instinctively. Focus on the work at hand, not how cold (or sweaty!) you are.
Designed by Artists, Made by Hand
Our designers come from a diverse set of backgrounds, but they share the same vision: making you look like the coolest person for miles. Our iconic look got that way by defying the staid looks we saw around the triathlon and cycling world, and we continue to innovate each season. After our artists make the look, our seamsters and seamstresses build the garment by hand in our Vista, California factory, living our claim to Made in the USA.
Your Second Skin
If you’re riding in the conditions that necessitate these bad boys, you really do need a second skin, and we think that need has been met. Ride on the worst days, and the only thing worse for the wear will be your drivetrain. You may find yourself relatively comfortable upon returning home—comfortable enough to get that bike and chain rinsed before heading for a shower yourself, and that would be the greatest outcome we could imagine. p>