Like Ron Hill tracksters but thicker.
I’ve got a pair of Alturas like above but they surely can’t survive another winter of daily use.
Not seeing anything like them. Everything has a chamois in it ,rather than being designed to wear over Lycra shorts.
Point me in the right direction please.Posted 1 month ago
Fox Flexair (stay with me) I find are great in winter, slim legs, tight ankle cuffs, quiet… I even rode them out on the gravel bike last winter when the weather was minging.Posted 1 month ago
Montane Power Up Pro Pants. My wife has them for hillwalking and I’m thinking of a pair too.Posted 1 month ago
I used to have some Trackster winter leggings that were thicker?…
Endura used to do the Multi tight, which was basically a trackster. I’ve used cheap ‘North Ridge’ fleece tights for winter commutes a wellPosted 1 month ago
showers pass skyline or showers pass track pants, both excellentPosted 1 month ago
Power stretch fleece leggings here. Got one old mountain hardware pair and a newer Rab pair. Great for winter hill stuff too once you’re over the tights look (not so regular on a man but normal on women). Either that or if on a budget look for some winter leggings on the women’s clothes department. They’re exactly the same thing but leg shape might not work for a man.Posted 1 month ago
Lusso do two different tights – Thermal Roubaix & Max Repel & both of these can be specified on the website with or without pads & aren’t a ridiculous price.
I’ve not worn either of these, but have got Lusso shorts & they are very comfy and seem to be lasting well.Posted 1 month ago
Good call Stumpy. I have the repel leg warmers and are happy with them so the trousers should be good.Posted 1 month ago
Decathlon (from the football section)
Now reduced to £12.99!
I’ve got a couple of pairs, I usually take them bikepacking as they make a decent pair of warm trousers for the evening combined with a down jacket and double up as riding tights if it’s cold/wet.Posted 1 month ago
OP, you want shorts and longs hanging off your stomach at the same time? Have you tried bibs? They can be a bit more comfortable. These are very good and seem to last forever. You can (could) get them in both padded and svelte for wearing shorts underneath.Posted 1 month ago
Do they still do Ron Hill Trackster Treks?
They were exactly like the tracksters but thicker!Posted 1 month ago
and they had pockets tooPosted 1 month ago
tinas, those Decathlon football tights look like a good option!
I’ve seen a few Decathlon things lately that look worth a punt – might have to fill up a shopping basket – only problem is a lot of their items are currently out-of-stock online.Posted 1 month ago
The right direction is bibtights with a pad and no shorts underneath. I’ve got a pair of Endura thermos which are good down to about 5 degrees, the WindChill tights are even warmer, never had cold legs in those even at -10 in the snow during the Beast from the East in 2018Posted 1 month ago
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