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I had techfit padded bra before - it's comfortable and I like it a lot. So I bought it again online. Unfortunately this latest techfit padded bra design is not as comfortable as its older version. It's a bit too tight and the stiff material/design is not very comfortable for me either. So return it in the end.
Really liked them when trying them on as they weren't see through at all and very flattering but they fell down just from walking downstairs. Tight round the legs so size down would make that to small but probably needed a size down for waist. Would be perfect with a drawstring waist
when I ordered these I thought that they would be high waisted, however, with my curvy shape they're not, but I do still enjoy wearing them and they are very comfortable not just for the gym and running but just to wear around the house.
I needed something tight and long enough that does not go up every 5 minutes and thus it is a good investment but, I'm 176cm tall and it still runs a bit too long and comes down on my knee which is a bit annoying at times. So I would recommend it but not to people smaller than me...
I ordered these because I need a pair of tights for running and crossfit exercises and thought these might be the ones. I've previously owned a pair of Adidas Supernova tights and they were and still are one of the best exercise tights I've had, these however don't compare well. They rouche/crinkle around the leg and don't flatter the wearer, they didn't feel supportive enough and were a little on the loose side, I'm a size small. I've returned them and will buy a pair of Supernova tights.
The tights are good quality, the lining is not too thick but the only problem is that they run loose around the thighs (especially considering that my thighs are wide as it is and I went for a size M). Maybe the material is too mellow or the waist band too loose because every time I run or move around, they fall off easily which can be annoying if you want to focus on your workout.
I never thought in a million years I'd purchase a sports bra for $40. I'm not top heavy so the ones I usually buy on clearance at Walmart or Target suits me just fine. I decided to pick one of these up after feeling it in the store and liking the feel. I wore the sports bra today for the first time. I did a hour cardio today and although I sweated, I noticed my body was cool therefore I wasn't dripping as I should have been. Although being active in the gym, wanting to see your hard work by way of sweat, it was great not to feel the sweat running down my body as usual. I also felt as if I had extra energy since my body remained so cool. Ladies, skip a mani/pedi or 2 to get this sports bra and thank me later
Really comfortable couldn't even feel I had it on and it fits really well. Only slight criticism is when I'm doing certain exercises there's still quite a bit of movement but, for the most part it works well!
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 these in both camo and black. I find these have greater range of motion than other Adidas compression shorts, even Techfit I've had in the past, but aren't quite as substantial as others. For one they lack the little plasticy bands at the bottom, which sort of mimic kinesiology tape and add a bit of extra compression. They also aren't as thick, which is good in the sense that they offer lighter, cooler, more flexible compression. Also, the gusset in the crotch doesn't extend over the butt, so they ride up more easily. They are basically high-grade underwear, which is great, really, but there are better hardcore sport options as well. I have a 29-30 waist and wear small but that is pushing it. If your waist is any bigger, go Medium or larger.
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.
Overall I like the shirt. Only wish it wouldn't ride up when I run. I have the base tights too and the shirt always rides up so I have to constantly pull it back down during a run. A thin strip of clear rubber around the bottom might solve the problem!
These leggings are very nice and fit well. However, what the image doesnt show is that the colour way is split over the crotch and upper thigh. In the picture one can see that the calves are a different colour but it appears the rest of the leg is one colour. In fact it is two tone. The effect sort of highlights the crotch and bottom area- which isnt very flattering.
I have tried this product on a couple of runs I am a slightly larger gent with no issues, would recomend these for any activity. Bought three more pairs that good. Tiny critisim is that the labels are awkward to get out without pulling stitching picky really.
highly recommended it to everyone. I purchased a XL but it kinda tight for me then i decided to going up to XXL and then the XXL is perfect fit, comfortable except for the back length of the shrit is slightly short so i dont know it suppose to be like that or what but whatever.