Men's 3SP-Dura Saga Tight

( 8 Reviews )

These awesome 3SP® Dura tights have flatlocked seams, 7-inch zippers at the ankles, and a contoured, flattering cut. Our 3SP® Dura fabric provides the superb performance features every winter athlete desires: wind protection and the uncanny ability to wick and dry faster than any fabric on the planet. This will be your warmest tight! The Saga is made with a non-roll elastic waistband with internal drawcord, internal key/card pocket and gripper hem.

  • 3SP-Dura™ (90% polypropylene, 10% spandex) 3SP (90% polypropylene, 10% spandex) Fabric Made in USA
  • Tight, close to body fit
  • Comfort rise
  • Non-roll elastic waistband
  • Inside key/card envelope pocket
  • 7" ankle zips
  • Gripper elastic inside leg hems
  • Chafe-Free inseams
  • 3SP-Dura™ fabric blocks the wind to 35 mph
  • Available in 2 lengths: Medium-Long, Large-Long
Men's Saga Tight   Fit: Fitted; Comfort rise
Waist 29-34" 31-37" 31-37" 31-37" 33-39" 33-39" 33-39" 35-41" 35-41" 37-43"
Garment Inseam Length 28.5" 27.5" 29.5" 31.5" 28.5" 30.5" 32.5" 31.5" 33.5" 32.5"

*Note that inseam lengths may vary between pant styles and may vary from pant to pant slightly in the same style and size due to the stretch nature of our fabrics.
The measurements of one pair may not match charts below exactly due to the nature of cutting and sewing stretch fabric.

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8 Reviews

Dave B. 10th Apr 2018

Warmest Tights EVER

I've run in the cold climes of CO for decades & own tights from all the major brands (they start with the letter, N, B, U, C, R). When it's cold & windy out, I always grab my Saga's! ALWAYS! These are the warmest tights EVER. Size note: They run a tad long. I wear 34W 32L pants, and the Large-Short fit me perfectly.

JN 22nd Mar 2018

not comfortable

These are not as stretchy as other tights I've tried, probably because they are on the thicker side for tights. If you have average or better than average size legs they seem too tight. The fabric bunches behind the knee, which isn't very comfortable. If you have reasonable glute development (ie you don't have a flat *ss), then these are too small in the seat and the waistline dips down in the back. If I bend over or tried biking in these I'd have plumbers butt. I'm not fat or big boned, fairly average build, but these were not comfortable and seemed fitted for a very lean under-muscled frame.

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