I was recently sent a pair of the Tommie Copper recovery compression running tights. I’ve been a big fan of compression tights so I was excited to give these a review.
The Tommie Copper Feel
Right out of the box the tights were impressive.
The material was thicker than I was used to. To me this was a good thing. A lot of times you’ll have compression tights on, and the wind blows right through them, so you have to wear multiple layers. And my preference is to wear the tight with a pair of short on top.
After pulling on the Tommie Copper tights for the first time I liked how tight they were around my knees.
Once concern I had was they went very high on my waist. But I was able to simply roll them down to the level that I liked.
One problem with a lot of compression tights is that they slide down as you wear them. I’m convinced they will all do this, but it’s a question of how much (and often) will they slide down…
The Tommie Copper tights had what I would call, a less than average slide down rate. Meaning I didn’t have to pull them up as often as the average compression tight. That being said, they still definitely need to be pulled up a few times during the day to keep that good feeling fit.
Overall, I really enjoyed wearing the Tommie Copper recovery compression running tights.
I typically wear them on my recovery days from CrossFit where I might go for an easy run, or do some rowing on the erg.
Where to buy
You can grab a pair of the Tommie Copper recovery compression running tights at the link below.
If you have any questions at all about this product please let me know.