Pressio Men's Thermal Running Leggings

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Color: Black
Size: Small

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The Pressio Men's Thermal Running Leggings are your secret weapon for conquering chilly weather runs with ease. Precision-engineered to combine warmth, comfort, and style, these leggings are designed to keep you performing at your best, no matter how low the temperature drops.

Pressio Thermal Run Tight are a Compression Tight featuring a drawstring waistband are designed to help power you through your workout by supporting your limbs for less muscular soreness, aligning your muscles for greater power output, and increasing your blood flow for enhanced warmup and recovery.

  1. Thermal Insulation: Featuring advanced precise thermal regulation down to minus 5 degrees, these leggings provide an extra layer of warmth without adding bulk. Stay cosy and comfortable during those cold winter runs, allowing you to focus on your performance.

  2. Moisture-Wicking Technology: Don't let sweat dampen your stride. These leggings incorporate moisture-wicking technology to keep you dry and comfortable, ensuring you remain chafe-free and ready to tackle any distance.

  3. Breathable Design: Despite their warmth, these leggings maintain breathability. Strategically placed ventilation zones ensure that excess heat and moisture escape, preventing overheating during your runs.

  4. Reflective Details: Safety is paramount, especially during low-light conditions. These leggings feature reflective accents that enhance your visibility, keeping you safe and seen during early morning or evening workouts.

  5. Ergonomic Fit: Designed with an ergonomic fit for men, these leggings allow for a full range of motion. Whether you're sprinting, pacing, or cooling down, they move with you, providing comfort and flexibility.

  6. Stylish and Versatile: With a sleek design and modern aesthetics, these leggings are not only functional but also stylish. Transition effortlessly from your run to daily activities, making them a versatile addition to your active wardrobe.

Whatever your views, there is a pressure from the industry and the world generally to become more sustainable when making your running choices, around kit and packaging. We also have a duty to the planet to look after it and leave it in a better state than we found it.

There are many strange decisions in the running industry right now, such as the single use shoe from Adidas, which goes against what the rest of the world is trying to achieve, especially brands like Kylian Jornet and Camper's Nnormal, making more hard wearing, longer lasting, targeting making items more sustainable

During recent times in the improvements in the performance fabric space has been at the sacrifice of ethical and sustainable approaches.
Brands like Pressio and Nnormal are changing this and are leading the way around sustainability, and are at the forefront of the recent emergence of recycled yarns.

Certainly from a Pressio perspective, and given their wealth of experience, they understand which are the market leading suppliers of raw materials, through their yarns from both a performance profile and traceability and ethical standpoint.
Pressio have have teamed up with industry leaders such as Unifi, USA and Aquafil, Italy, with its acclaimed ‘EconylⓇ’ brand. What is central is that they are all fully certified by organizations such as Global Recycled Standard, so you can be sure that the raw materials are certified and traceable throughout the supply chain.
Pressio provide not only the best sustainable running gear on the market, it is also the most ethical running gear out there too, and their compression garments are the industry leading compression.

Pressio have taken a look at their entire supply chain, from yarn, to knitting mill, production houses and shipping. To find the best practice methods ensuring they are offering their customers world-leading products and the best way to look after both the planet and the people working on it.