Style Number: T1442705
We’ll admit it: We’re guilty of wearing yoga pants for just about everything. Comfortable, stretchy, easy – but not super useful when it comes to the great outdoors. Solution: The Versatrail Tight. A modified yoga pant, these recycled poly leggings are reinforced in all the right places with a specialized 4–way–stretch woven. Woven paneling on the seat and throughout the legs provides maximum durability (no chafing or pilling here!) and prevents snags and abrasions on the trail. Drop in back pockets and a side zipper pocket have just enough storage, all while retaining the comfy/stretchy/easiness of your favorite yoga–pant. Take the path less traveled – you’ll be prepared for whatever’s in store.
- UPF Rated excellent 50+
- bluesign® approved fabric
- Self–waistband with flat comfort fit
- Knit fabric at waistband, front thigh and back leg; woven fabric at seat nd front leg
- Gusseted crotch
- Zipper secure stash pocket at right thigh
- Drop–in pocket at waistband
- 27.75” inseam
- Machine wash cold, lay flat to dry
Fabric: Versa Rcp 4W Stretch Woven
Fabric Content: 80% Recycled Polyester 20% Spandex
Recycled poly: Check. Water-friendly: Check. Lightweight: Check. Quick drying: Check. Uninhibited movement: Check. Thanks to its four–way stretch and DWR finish, Versa hits all the marks for better–than–naked, eco–responsible, land–and–water amenable summer wear. This is a bluesign® approved fabric.
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Ratings & Reviews
Functional & Fit Great!
Love everything about these tights! The no-snag woven material used on the "seat" of the tight is genius if you find yourself sitting on a tree stump at a camp fire. Nice design touch! I also love the zipper pocket for securing my car key while hiking.
By: Toad & CoThis girl gets the functionality of the Versatrail Tight! Stay safe (and comfy) out there!
I love these tights. Exactly what I wanted. My only complaint is that they don't have a drawstring. They stay up well enough that I kept them, but I think I'm going to add a drawstring to them. No fun to have to keep pulling your tights up when you are scrambling over rocks.