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Pace Compression Leggings - Original

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After extensive research and development, we’ve created a world first and totally unique fabric that combines all the benefits you expect from our high-performance merino fabrics, with the high performance of compression garments. Now you don’t have to choose between the breathability, temperature-regulation, moisture wicking and the odour resistant qualities of Merino or the fit, feel and performance of a compression garment - you can have both.

The sleek design and firm, contoured fit feels like a second skin, keeping you warm and comfortable, plus helping you to feel and perform at your best in the outdoors. 

Importantly, these are merino-rich so they are fully temperature-regulating which means they’ll not only keep you warm when it’s cold, but they will breathe and insulate like all our garments do to help prevent overheating when you warm up. 

Tag-free labels, flatlock stitching and a flexible and ultra-soft elasticated waistband, eliminate chafe and maximize comfort. Mid-rise fit. 

Designed to be a firm, ‘contact fit’ layer.

Model is 6'2" and wears size large. True to size. 

Size Guide. Contact Fit.



Snow Sports

Midweight 280gsm 

76% superfine Australian Merino Wool

15% Elastane for compression, lift and support

9% Nylon for added durability










Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Richard W. (Adelaide, AU)
Works for me

This is my 2nd pair. I don't see myself as a leggings bloke so wear shorts over them. Perfect for recovery, camping, bush walking and around the house. Woll on the skin works for me.

Chris Black (Melbourne, AU)
Great product!

Big fan!!! I bought these to wear while snowboarding. I’m finding that I’m a little more sensitive to the cold the older I get. I’ve got a few other pairs of compression tights, but find I get cold in them if the temps drop below -5c. While the compression isn’t quite as good as my other compression tights, these are definitely the warmest and equally as comfortable. Will be buying a couple more pairs before my next Japan trip.

Christopher Lacey (Adelaide, AU)

Possibly the best thing I’ve ever done to my legs is put these leggings on!

J Michael S (Pullman, US)

I’m relatively new to compression garments but a long time user of Merino wool and I am very pleased with the way these tights combine the advantages of both. I’m a cyclist and am most impressed by the quality of these. On cooler days I wear these over liner shorts with either a long bike-friendly pant or shorts over the tights. They appear to be very durable and offer very good compression which effectively reduces soreness and recovery time. As a cyclist in my mid-60s I appreciate them as an excellent investment.

Tim (Newtown, AU)

I have been a long time wearer of compression gear from the start of skins onwards. I need them more and more for sore knees and back but discomfort is always a factor. My new Merinos are fantastic as they are so much more comfortable without any loss of support. I will find it hard to take them off this winter and am already thinking about a second pair!

Eric (El Dorado, US)
Mixed review in the NorCal

I primarily wear tights to help support a knee issue, plus the benefits of compression are real, most of my tights are spandex / lycra (shiny) or polyamide / elastane which is cloth-like.
I needed something warmer, but not "long-john's" because I don't wear baggies or shorts over them. I use an inner comp short. Finished Wool tights for guys are hard to find.. most are made like underwear.
Be very carefully putting these on, I tore mine in the calf area, however I was able to repair it.
Since we are having a mild winter, I have had these out for my morning 6 mile trail runs in 33 - 37 degrees and felt comfortable in them. They handle the sweat by pulling it away and evaporating, even better than my polyamide Ruhn tights and it doesn’t soak it up like spandex or lycra. I recently ran them 25 miles in the forest with a temp range of 35 - 50 and I hardly noticed they were there. Did not have to adjust or pull them up, they just become part of you. Compression is just right, not rubber band like 2XU, and not flat like UA. For hard climbs and steep descents and everything in between I was impressed with the fit and performance.
My issues are:
The waist band - Even though it wasn't a real problem, it just doesn't look finished, it should look like outer-wear.
No pockets- An outside patch pocket or inner key pocket would be great.
My goal was warmth and compression and these IO hit the mark. Aside from minor details, they are great performance wear for a relatively light garment.
I am a lot rougher on my other tights and never had a tear or problem, so the durability is in question. Since there is little or no competition in this category: Mens Wool compression tights, Im inclined to give them 5 stars.