If you want to stop movement... shorts with linings just don't do the job found nike compression do the job. Also they manage my tights... and no rubbing.
I agree with compression shorts. I had a pair of Nike which at the time I loved. It was only after I bought some Under Armour that I realised that I hadn't really like the Nike at all, I'd merely put up with them.
I need to get myself some more pairs, unfortunately they are a little pricey They do work a treat though.
I wear them under my running gear so never a problem with looks.
Some of the pictures would seem to suggest that these can be worn on their own, but personally I wouldn't be comfortable running like that.
They are just different brands of Compression Shorts.
The pair I currently have are apparently for the winter, but they seem to be okay when I am running in the warmer weather - again, without being able to compare with a different pair, it is hard for me to judge!
I think with it coming up for Summer, the HeatGear would probably be good to buy.
From what I recall, it may be cheaper to buy instore for 1 pair, but if you are planning on getting more than 1 then ordering online would be cheaper (due to the P&P)
Many runners wear them without anything on top, myself included..TBH when your running nobody is really that bothered checking out your package.
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