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ODLO'S TIGHT 3/4 SMOOTH SOFT FOR WOMEN is designed to give a fit similar to a second skin. These Smooth Soft BL Bottom 3/4 running tights are the perfect garment to face training in spring-summer .
Ideal for Nordic walking , they lend themselves to multiple free-body activities.
Crafted from extremely soft 230 active jersey fabric, these capri-style running tights offer plenty of stretch and a form-fitting fit without being overly tight.
The unrestricted freedom of movement and relaxed feel of the tight Smooth Soft 3/4 Bottom reflect ODLO's commitment to meeting the demands of both elite athletes and recreational runners. In addition to the performance and excellent softness of the technical jersey fabric, these tights feature a zipped key pocket that offers the security you need to face those long summer runs with confidence.
This garment is suitable for summer training because it is very breathable, but also excellent in autumn as it still has a protective function from the cool outside.
Features and Benefits
- Freedom of movement
- For low impact training
Odlo, a constant success
Odlo , a Norwegian brand famous all over the world, was born in 1946 from the passion of its founder, Odd Roar Lofterød Senior .
Father of one of the national junior ice speed skating athletes, just for his son, he designed the first elastic and functional pants in synthetic fiber Helancada , perfect for training.
Soon the fabric was perfected and the first complete suits were made for both ice speed skating and cross-country skiing.
The success was such that Odlo dressed the entire Norwegian ski team at the 1964 Winter Olympics .
In 1994 they developed the "Effect by Odlo" fibre, the first technical underwear with silver ions to combat bad odours.
Odd Roar Lofterød Senior remained at the helm of the team until 1979. His motto was: “make sure you are always one step ahead” .
And so did its Odlo , which in over 70 years of activity continues to excel in fabrics and technologies, continuing in research and experimentation to offer ever more performing garments.