Adrian Moro support fashion tights for men
Adrian "Moro" Opaque Tights with support, no fly - NEW!
Practical, durable, warm second skin for your legs - Moro is a very classy looking camo style, that can serve both as practical underwear or base layer during fishing trips, excursions and other outdoor activities; or as a sports or fashion garment worn with short trousers.
It's semi-thick (using 60 den yarn), which means it follows your leg contour precisely, without forming the disturbing wrinkles we all know from traditional thermal underwear.
When you don't wear these tights, their size will be reduced to a minimum, allowing more space for other items in your bag or backpack.
The material is just enough opaque that you don't need to worry about your leg hair if you decide to wear the Moro visibly.
The pattern is not printed, but knitted into the fabric (you'll see it if you turn them inside out), resulting in more strength (but still single thickness), which translates into support, which is good news for all guys who are active.
The manufacturing quality is very high, with only flat seams. No fly opening or reinforced toes, but comes with a comfortable male panel.
Contents: Nylon 85%, Spandex 15%.
Colors: One color, black (Nero).
Three Sizes: M, L, XL
Our advice is to go up a size from where you would normally fall on the Activskin size chart. If you normally take a Large in Activskin, order an XL in Adrian. We think these tights tend to be on the small side compared to Activskin.
Made in Poland.
Posted by Lee Fanny on 19 Mar 2017
I wore these for the first time yesterday, Love the color and look of the pattern. They were a little harder to get on/off than the last pair I purchased. However, I would recommend them.
Posted by Dana Crawford on 7 Mar 2017
Another winner from Adrian (sold by GLS!) The weave method is very similar to the Grating style. These are slightly sheerer though. I'm 6' 4" 210lbs and they fit very well. The one thing that surprised me is that they are pretty compressive. Not compressive enough for medical grade but definitely should be placed in the support tights category! I can definitely see wearing these for working out or for support therapy.