From Fellrnr.com, Running tips
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These are my preferred running tights, with a useful level of compression. I've worn these for recovery until my wife added in some extra pockets in the back from some old Race Ready shorts. The tights come without even a key pocket, which is an annoyance, but they do have a waistband with a fastening cord. Like all graduated compression tights, they do tend to slip down slightly, but the waistband keeps them in place. I find they are far more comfortable than Form Fitting tights and I miss them if I run in my 'ordinary' tights.
=== [http://www.runningwarehouse.com/descpage-ZAT.html Zoot CompressRx Active Tight] (
These tights offer high levels of compression and use a variable weave to apply the different pressure to specific areas. The tights are a little tricky to put on, and the lack of distinct waistband causes them to slip down
somewhat. Like the 2XU there are no pockets, but there is also no waistband. This means pulling them up periodically, which is a distraction. On the other hand, the high level of compression is an advantage. === [http://www. runningwarehouse.com /descpageMRA-SMAPTT.html Saucony Men's AMP PRO2 Training Tight] (worth considering) === http://img.runningwarehouse.com/ProductImages/SMAPTT. JPG