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Lights out, game on. The Nightrunner tight is the perfect companion to the Night Runner jacket, providing high-tech performance for low light conditions. This tight is the second skin for those of you putting in the essential miles through winter.
Ronhill have been pioneering the use of reflective materials since the 1980’s and continue to stitch safety features into their cutting-edge performance gear. Stretchy, soft and streamlined, these highly reflective tights will keep you both comfortable and visible as you fly past the streetlights.
They also feature a specialised brushed internal finish that offers thermal protection against biting winter conditions. The compressive material of the Night Runner tight hugs your muscles and the back zip pocket provides a secure spot for small essentials.
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More about this brand
Ronhill are named after Dr Ron Hill MBE - scientist, world record breaker and runner. But not just any runner; Ron was a serious runner. And when you’re clocking the kind of mileage he was (in excess of 100 miles a week) you start to notice where your gear is letting you down - and for Ron it was clothing. In the 1960s there was nothing. Just cotton shorts that weighed a tonne when wet.
No waterproofs, no lightweight shoes, no vents. So Ron took matter into his own hands and founded Ronhill. Drawing on years of experience, Ron pioneered simple but revolutionary new innovations in sports apparel – like the shorts with a side split and the development of new, moisture wicking textiles. Today’s industry standards in performance apparel were Ronhill world firsts. And that’s why they’re more than just a sports fashion brand; they’re a running institution.